Killer Robots, Space Weapons and The Future of Warfare also, What Civil War 2.0 Looks Like.


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Killer Robots, Space Weapons and The Future of Warfare also, What Civil War 2.0 Looks Like.

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John Yoo on Killer Robots, Space Weapons and The Future of Warfare.

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Encounter Books

In the first episode of Close Encounters, John Yoo and Ben Weingarten discuss Yoo’s new book ‘Striking Power: How Cyber, Robots, and Space Weapons Change the Rules for War’ and a series of topics including the revolution in military technology, what the future of war looks like on land, air and sea, ethical concerns around robots and autonomous weaponry, the Iran Deal, how to stop North Korea, why we are losing the War on Terror, and a great deal more. Learn more about ‘Striking Power’ at John Yoo is a UC-Berkeley law professor and former George W. Bush administration Justice Department official. Ben Weingarten is a conservative writer and Founder & CEO of ChangeUp Media. Encounter Books is a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation dedicated to strengthening the marketplace of ideas. Learn more at Follow us: Published on Nov 15, 2017.

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Article. What Civil War 2.0 Looks Like.



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