ICCT Research paper: Towards a European Position on Armed Drones and Targeted Killing: Surveying EU Counterterrorism Perspectives

Published 24 April 2015

In this Research Paper, Asser researchers and ICCT Research Fellows Ms. Jessica Dorsey and Dr. Christophe Paulussen gauge the extent to which European Union Member States share the position of the United States on armed drones and targeted killings. In doing so, it aims to assist in distilling a Common EU position on the use of armed drones and a legal framework for counterterrorism-related uses of force. 

Read the Executive Summary here.

Read the full Research Paper here.

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