LTC Lushenko ’05 to Release “Drones and Global Order”
LTC Paul Lushenko ’05 has written the book Drones and Global Order, Implications of Remote Warfare for International Society which explores the implications of drone warfare for the legitimacy of global order. It is available for pre-order at Routledge.
The literature on drone warfare has evolved from studying the proliferation of drones, to measuring their effectiveness, to exploring their legal, moral, and ethical impacts. These "three waves" of scholarship do not, however, address the implications of drone warfare for global order. This book fills the gap by contributing to a “fourth wave” of literature concerned with the trade-offs imposed by drone warfare for global order.