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Obama\'s Former Legal Adviser Urges U.S. To \'Disciple Drones\' MP3

Harold Koh, who was a legal architect for President Barack Obama's drone policies, criticized the administration's lack of transparency on its use of drones. In a speech at Oxford University, the former legal adviser for the State Department suggested the U.S. "discipline drones."» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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