The Current American Approach To War: "Unmanned"
If we know a great deal about our enemies, we can beat them in war.
Especially if we know exactly where they are.
Military expert William Arkin says these are common lines of thought among warriors, and he finds big problems with them in Unmanned: Drones, Data, and the Illusion of Perfect Warfare.
Arkin's book looks at current approaches to military intelligence and hardware--primarily drones--and finds them working against their intentions.
He visits to make his case.