This week on Up Close, we’re looking at things that end up in unexpected places.
Twenty years ago, no one thought we’d be able to place a flying weapon across the globe from its pilot, and engage in warfare. William Arkin discusses his book, Unmanned: Drones, Data, and the Illusion of Perfect Warfare.
And then, when a young German Jewish woman sat for a famous portrait, no one thought it would end up the subject of one of the greatest art disputes in history. Nancy Moses discusses that and more in Stolen, Smuggled, Sold: on the Hunt for Cultural Treasures.
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