Author profile: Alex Edney-Browne

Alex Edney-Browne is a PhD candidate in International Relations in the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Melbourne. Her thesis investigates the psychological and physiological affects of military drone technology on people living under drones and US Air Force drone operators. Alex’s research is interdisciplinary, engaging with science and technology studies, critical international relations and biopolitics. Alex can be followed on twitter, here.

Like Drone Strikes, ‘Eye in the Sky’ Is Much Less Accurate than Claimed

Like Drone Strikes, ‘Eye in the Sky’ Is Much Less Accurate than Claimed

Eye in the Sky fails to explore the real utilitarian calculations, and ethical concerns, of the US Coalition drone programme.

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

White Women War Reporters: Interrogating the ‘Third Gender’ Category

White women war reporters are being classified as a third gender, enabling them to break into the war reporting career, but this only perpetuates patriarchal ideas.

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