Future Warfare: Possible Developments from a European Perspective; Strategic Insights, v. 10, Special issue (October 2011), 7-15. Topic: Global Trends and Future Warfare ; Part I: Alternative Perspectives: Traditional Powers, Rising Powers, and the Developing World
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This paper is laid out to outline the European view on how the security environment might change in an increasingly globalized and multi-polar world, and how that might impact the future of warfare in the next fifteen to twenty years.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights, v.10, Special issue (October 2011), 7-15. Topic: Global Trends and Future Warfare ; Part I: Alternative Perspectives: Traditional Powers, Rising Powers, and the Developing World
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