The Unanticipated Consequences of Remote Warfare
Remote warfare has upended traditional notions of war as a duel. Physically withdrawing bodies from the battlefield in this low-risk form of warfare does not allow for directly reciprocal violence. And by radically altering our ideas of where the battlefield is and how long the war lasts, remote warfare risks the enemy seeking retaliation by alternative means. The threat of violence “at home” has long been a powerful short-term impetus for managing threats at arms reach, however the act of doing so may risk further problems in the longer term.

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