Cyberwar and Netwar: new modes, old concepts, of conflict
Arquilla, John J
Ronfeldt, David F.
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The information revolution is transforming warfare, contend the authors. No longer will massive, dug-in armies fight bloody attritional battles. Instead small, highly mobile forces, armed with real-time information from satellite and battlefield sensors, will strike with lightning speed in unexpected places. The winner: the side that can exploit information to disperse the fog of war yet enshroud an enemy in it.
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