Oct 21 2011

GWOT weekly round-up (October 21)

Drones & Cyberwarfare

Tim Maurer argues that cyber-warfare has the potential to save live, especially compared to conventional conflicts.

Robert Prescott criticises the use of drone strikes.


Barry Rubin discusses Gaddafi’s death.

Rolling Stone magazine looks at the events leading up to NATO’s intervention.

Con Coughlin ponders Libya’s future in the Telegraph.

Mohamed Mesrati reminds Telegraph readers about the human impact that Gaddafi’s tyranny had on Libya.


Jennifer Dyer is sceptical about the latest IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear programme.


Marin Peretz reflects on Gilad Shalit’s return.

Foreign Policy looks at some of the terrorists released as part of the Shalit deal.

Tunisia and Egypt

The Heritage Foundation previews upcoming election in Tunisia and Egypt.

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Adam Brown is editorial manager for the War on Terror blog series at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He holds a BA in International Relations and a MSc in Human Rights with a focus on cyber security and rights.
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