And another lovely review …

This one is from Global Policy, and offers another occasion to reflect on the general fantastic-ness of all the contributors to Remote Warfare.

It is essential reading for researchers interested in how the technologies of remote warfare have been imagined, presented, and resisted. For researchers interested in the geopolitical logics of remote warfare … this text sheds new light on how the constitutive “remoteness” of remote warfare has come to be mediated and encountered by Western publics through a range of different forms of popular culture.