“2012: The Year in Almosts, Not-Quites, and Nearly-Theres” New Yorker article cites GJC “Living Under Drones” report
December 17, 2012

On September 25, the Global Justice Clinic and Stanford Law School’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic published the report “Living Under Drones”.  The report “Living Under Drones,” describes the conditions of daily life in communities in northwest Pakistan where drones hover 24 hours a day, striking homes, vehicles, and public spaces without warning. Their presence terrorizes men, women and children, driving many to stay away from school, funerals, and routine economic, social, and communal activities.

On December 12, 2012,  New Yorker cites the report in “2012: The Year in Almosts, Not-Quites, and Nearly-Theres.


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