Strategic theorists frequently lament that military planners are very effective at preparing for the last war, not the next one. Planners today must cope with what conflict may look like in a new domain: cyberspace, the virtual and physical components of the global information infrastructure, what we may think of as a pre-noösphere. This article projects a scenario of what a mostly, but not entirely, cyber conflict in East and Southeast Asia might look like in roughly a decade.
From Strategic Studies Quarterly
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