We’re at a tipping point, in which US drone strikes have become the norm, and US military spending has skyrocketed.
We’re watching the film that’s being made about it.
It’s called The Drone Wars, and it’s being produced by the nonprofit group The Intercept.
The Intercept has been fighting the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), the nonprofit organization that has spent more than $100 million on US drone war operations.
The group’s goal is to expose the dark side of the drone program, and to help the public understand how these attacks have affected the lives of people all over the world.
The drone wars has been happening for decades, and the film is based on real events.
In a scene from the film, a drone pilot is shown shooting a drone over Afghanistan, as it crashes into the roof of a house.
He then flies it back to base, where it is destroyed by an explosion.
The pilot then runs toward the house, where he tries to save the baby and a young child, but a bomb goes off in the house and destroys both the pilot and the drone.
The documentary also explores the role of foreign governments and corporations, and their influence on US policy.
The Drone War is based largely on interviews with former and current US officials, journalists, and drone pilots.
It also includes interviews with the families of people killed in the drone wars, and documents documents released by the CIA detailing the use of the drones.
The filmmakers interviewed over 70 former and present military officers, from former top brass to contractors.
Many of these former and active military officers have been involved in drone operations, and have said they were willing to talk to the film for the film.
This documentary is also a continuation of The Intercept’s work exposing the role that US drone wars have played in the world for decades.
The filmmaker, journalist and former military officer Michael Isikoff, also has a background in investigative journalism and has made a series of documentaries about US foreign policy, particularly the war in Afghanistan and the Vietnam War.
He told me in an email that he was inspired to make this film after seeing a documentary on the US drone program.
“We want to be able to shed light on the human costs of drone warfare, so that Americans and the world can come to understand how this has impacted lives and what we could do differently,” he said.
Isikoffs documentary, which premiered at SXSW, explores the US role in drone warfare from the 1970s to the present day.
The film focuses on the drone campaign, and also examines the US war on terror from 2001 to 2015.
It is a rare glimpse into the lives and deaths of people who have died as a result of drone strikes, and an analysis of the role foreign governments, corporations, military contractors, and other entities have played.
This is a film about the drone war, and not just a movie about drones.
Iskoff said that the drone strikes themselves are not the main point of focus in the film—the focus is on the use and abuse of the unmanned aircraft.
He said that there is a very broad and varied range of ways in which the US has used drones.
There are no specific strikes specifically targeted at the United States or anyone who is an American citizen.
Isidro Paredes is the director of public relations at NED.
Paredis told The Intercept that the NED has not made a decision to participate in the project.
But he said that, if it did, the NER would not oppose it.
“The drone war has been the most expensive and most deadly force in the history to use in the 21st century, and so we believe it is the most important project we are pursuing to help inform Americans about the use, abuse, and misuse of these tools,” he wrote in an emailed statement.
“That’s why we have been so actively engaging with interested individuals, including people in the private sector, who are interested in making this film, and who have been asked to give us their input.
NED’s mission is to empower individuals and communities to make informed choices about their own futures and to shape their futures for the better.”
The Intercept, which has partnered with the NID to make its drone documentary, has been in contact with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which has called for the release of the film in the wake of the New York Times and other outlets reporting on drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Afghanistan.
The ACLU is currently working on a similar project to show the US government’s role in the killings of journalists.
The NSA, in a statement to The Intercept earlier this month, said that its drone strikes “are conducted with respect for the rule of law and respect for human life and fundamental freedoms,” and it is reviewing its use of drones.
It said that it has a legal obligation to conduct its operations within the law.
“In order to achieve these objectives, the United