[DAWN.com] - Many have commended the Obama administration for disclosing the existence of the drone program, while the president's advisor, John Brennan, claimed that the program was “legal”, “necessary”, and “wise” under international law.
[OpEdNews] - Through its spokesperson, John Brennan and then personally, the President disclosed that the United States has been using remotely controlled drone technology to carry out targeted extra-judicial executions in various countries in the Middle East
[The Express Tribune] - While referring to John Brennan's statement in which the American had argued that the use of drones by the US is legal because the Congress passed a law authorising the use of all necessary force against those responsible for the attacks
[Democratic Underground] - You see our preference for capture in the case of Ahmed Warsame, a member of al-Shabaab who had significant ties to al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula. Last year, when we learned that he would be traveling from Yemen to Somalia, US forces captured him
[Lawfare (blog)] - By John Bellinger It is surprising to me that neither the Washington Post nor the New York Times nor the Wall Street Journal has yet to run an editorial reacting to John Brennan's extensive and thoughtful speech on drones last week.