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Warfare and conflict are no longer just about the clash of uniformed armies and their cutting-edge technology. Conflict in the Information Age is about ideas, values, aspirations, fears and the struggle of people for identity. How will humankind define and wage war in the Infosphere? This book is about a journey into a new place that we have yet to define. It is offered by thinkers in the forefront of American and British government, academic, military, and private industry. Here are some of the issues examined:
· Is Infowar real?
· Who will defend cyberspace?
· What are Information Operations?
· Can and should the military patrol the information highway?
· What are the legal, ethical and moral issues?
· Will information decrease or add to the fog of war?
·Can we safely outsource national security?
· What did Kosovo teach us?
· How would Sun Tzu have employed information war?
· How real is the Insider Threat?
· What is the psychology of future war?
· Will technology be master or servant?
· Can perceptions be managed in peace, crisis and war?
· Who should protect critical infrastructures and how?
· What is the information content in National Security Strategy?
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Colonel Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.) is adjunct faculty at the School of Information Warfare and Strategy, National Defense University.
Douglas H. Dearth teaches at the Joint Military Intelligence Center and has served on the faculty of the Army War College.
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