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Thinking about how the U.S. exercises its military power 

In my last column, I described some of the more controversial and troubling aspects of American drone warfare in Pakistan, Afghanistan and elsewhere. Especially disturbing were credible reports that significant numbers of noncombatants have been killed in American drone strikes, including those…

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