The Human Domain and Influence Operations in the 21st Century
Gregg, Heather S.
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Recent military engagements in Iraq and Afghanistan, the proliferation of violent nonstate actors, and the rise of ISIS have sparked a debate on the need to create a sixth domain of warfighting, the human domain. This article builds off of military doctrine and scholarly articles and books to offer (a) a definition of the human domain and (b) its military objective—building influence to affect behavior of a target population better than the adversary.
The article of record may be found at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23296151.2016.1239978
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