In a step toward regulating the proliferation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) around the globe, the U.S., along with 44 other nations has signed on to a set of rules for the sale and use of armed drones.  The U.S. government is racing to keep up with rapid advances in unmanned technology, both in the commercial and military sectors. The agreement, a huge win for the State Department, not only sets the stage for a broader conversation about armed UAV export control, but could also ...

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