Title: Sudden Justice
Author: Chris Woods
Woods, Chris (2015). Sudden Justice: America’s Secret Drone Wars, New York, NY: Oxford University Press
UG1242.D7 W66 2015
Date Posted: August 24, 2016
- View to a kill : armed drones on the battlefield — Birth of a predator : the origins of lethal drones — The rise of targeted killing : Yemen and Palestine — The cauldron : Iraq 2003-2011 — The occasional assassin : Bush in Pakistan — The enemy without : Western citizens killed by drones — Obama’s obsession : “AfPak” — Game face on : the intimacy of remote killing — An absence of transparency : Yemen and Somalia — The long road home : Afghanistan and Pakistan — The inconstant value of a civilian life — Countermeasures and critiques — Appendix: Reports of Westerners killed in US targeted strikes, September 2001 to December 2014.
- Afghan War (2001-)
- War on Terrorism (2001-2009)
- Uninhabited combat aerial vehicles–United States.
- Uninhabited combat aerial vehicles (International law)
- War on Terrorism, 2001-2009.
- Afghan War, 2001-
- United States.
This book is reviewed by Hayden Peake in the article Drone Wars.
 Bergen, Peter L. (2015) and Daniel Rothenberg, eds. Drone Wars: Transforming Conflict, Law, And Policy. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press