Brave New War: The Next Stage of Terrorism and the End of Globalization

John Wiley & Sons, 20 abr 2007 - 224 páginas
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"For my money, John Robb, a former Air Force officer and tech guru, is the futurists' futurist."

The counterterrorism expert John Robb reveals how the same technology that has enabled globalization also allows terrorists and criminals to join forces against larger adversaries with relative ease and to carry out small, inexpensive actions—like sabotaging an oil pipeline—that generate a huge return. He shows how combating the shutdown of the world’s oil, high-tech, and financial markets could cost us the thing we’ve come to value the most—worldwide economic and cultural integration—and what we must do now to safeguard against this new method of warfare.


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Reseña de usuario  - sgtbigg - LibraryThing

Robb has some interesting ideas about the future of warfare, namely that "open source" warfare has/will replace conventional warfare. While I can't do his explanation justice, he basically contends ... Leer reseña completa

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Reseña de usuario  - Donogh - LibraryThing

Had a ropey introductory 30 pages or so, some better editing here would have made it a lot more accessible, but once you get through that it's a very worthwhile piece, with some serious insights into how globalization has influenced the path of war in Iraq (and elsewhere). Leer reseña completa

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The Superempowered Competition
Disorder on the Doorstep
A New Strategic Weapon
The Long Tail of Warfare Emerges
Systems Disruption
OpenSource Warfare
Part III
Rethinking Security
A Brittle Security Breakdown
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John Robb, a former U.S. counterterrorism operation planner and commander, now advises corporations on the future of terrorism, infrastructure, and markets. He is a graduate of Yale University and the Air Force Academy, and his writings on war have appeared in Fast Company and the New York Times.

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