Drone Proliferation to Terrorists Proxies

March 11, 2024 00:59:28
Drone Proliferation to Terrorists Proxies
Social Science of War
Drone Proliferation to Terrorists Proxies

Mar 11 2024 | 00:59:28

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Show Notes

How is increased nonstate actor access to drones impacting war today? That deeply challenging question is the focus of the first episode in the new season of Social Science of War. As always, the podcast sets out to bring together guests from both academia and the practitioner and policy worlds to apply cutting-edge scholarship to real-world challenges. Dr. Nakissa Jahanbani hosts this episode and is joined by retired Lieutenant General Ken Tovo, a former commanding general of US Special Operations Command, Dr. Kerry Chávez, a political science instructor at Texas Tech University, and Mr. Behnam Ben Taleblu, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

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