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Title: Across Sovereignty-International Law in “Drones Politics”: Civilian Surveillance- Political Enemies
Other Titles: ข้ามอธิปไตย-กฎหมายระหว่างประเทศ ในการเมืองทัศนา ผ่านโดรน: การละเมิดเฝ้าตรวจตราพล เรือน-ศัตรูทางการเมือง
Authors: Eumsin, Payan
Keywords: Visual Politic
Drone in Politic
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2021
Publisher: The 13th NPRU National Academic Conference Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University
Abstract: This research article presents ‘the real world of politics. It is reflected in Hollywood’, that has been violent of the law by using drones to monitor civilians. “The state cause violence claim by national securitynational interest.” Power will rearranged in a ‘Visual Cultural’, based on the image of ‘Drones Politic’, explaining ‘Visual Politic’. To understand the relationship between a real power and a power through ‘Political Views/Image’, drone made a soldier, to be fierce on “serving-military-duty”, and other hand, he is humans, violate individual verification by “Drone technology”. Claiming, drones transcend air-navigation-law, violate International Law. Drones are indifferent sovereignty, over territories. Drone perform missions (operating across borders nation-state), affect order of world politics.
Appears in Collections:Proceedings of the 13th NPRU National Academic Conference

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