In 2014, I served as a member of the bipartisan task force on US drone policy convened by the Stimson Center, a nonpartisan think tank. The task force examined the strategic implications of American policy, from targeted killing abroad to regulating domestic airspace. We developed eight realistic and achievable policy solutions for various government agencies, including the FAA, to produce policy that matches our long-term security and economic interests. Unfortunately, those agencies have made little progress.
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