Drone exposé: The journalism that forced the Pentagon’s mea culpa | The Listening Post

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Published Sep 25, 2021, 9:08 AM
United States drone warfare is finally being exposed. But why did it take American news outlets so long to get to such a big story?

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Emran Feroz, Founder, Drone Memorial
Christine Fair, Security Studies Program, Georgetown University
Spencer Ackerman, Author, Reign of Terror
Vanessa Gezari, National Security Editor, The Intercept

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