Armed Drone Export Standards Sought by U.S. and Dozens of AlliesBy
Declaration says the aircraft fall under international law
Israel, China haven’t agreed to sign on to the declaration
The Obama administration is working with as many as 40 nations to develop principles for the export of armed drones --- and unarmed versions configured to carry weapons -- in recognition of the booming demand worldwide for pilotless aircraft.
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