February 5, 2014
The falling cost of acquiring drones will see them increasingly used in warfare and surveillance, a leading think tank said Wednesday, although it believes citizens are unlikely to accept fully autonomous deadly attacks.
The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) made the claim in its annual assessment of global military capabilities.
It also noted a continuing trend of Asian military spending surging ahead as European defence budgets shrink.
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