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  • Cyberwar, Netwar and the Revolution in Military Affairsby Edward F. Halpin; Dr Philippa Trevorrow; Professor David C. Webb; Professor Steve Wright

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 160.00

    The end of the Cold War, the Revolution in Military Affairs, 9/11 and the War on Terror have radically altered the nature of conflict and security in the Twenty-first Century. This book considers how developments in technology effect the prosecution of war and what the changing nature of warfare means for human rights and civil society. more...

  • Global Information Warfareby Andrew Jones; Andy Jones; Gerald L. Kovacich; Perry G. Luzwick

    CRC Press 2002; US$ 91.95

    Like no other book before it, Global Information Warfare illustrates the relationships and interdependencies of business and national objectives, of companies and countries, and of their dependence on advances in technology. This book sheds light on the "Achilles heel" that these dependencies on advanced computing and information technologies create.... more...

  • Information Strategy and Warfareby John Arquilla; Douglas A. Borer

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 54.95

    This volume develops information strategy as a construct equal in importance to military strategy as an influential tool of statecraft. John Arquilla and Douglas A. Borer explore three principal themes: the rise of the ?information domain? and information strategy as an equal partner alongside traditional military strategy the need to consider... more...

  • First Strikeby Matthew J. Flynn

    Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 40.95

    Preemptive warfare is the practice of attempting to avoid an enemy?s seemingly imminent attack by taking military action against them first. It is undertaken in self-defense. Preemptive war is often confused with preventive war , which is an attack launched to defeat a potential opponent and is an act of aggression. Preemptive war is thought to be... more...

  • The Evolution of Strategic Thoughtby The International Institute for Strategic Studies

    Taylor and Francis 2008; US$ 47.95

    The Adelphi Papers monograph series is the International Institute for Strategic Studies' principal contribution to policy-relevant, original academic research. Collected on the occasion of the Institute's 50th anniversary, the twelve Adelphi Papers in this volume represent some of the finest examples of writing on strategic issues. They offer... more...

  • The Culture of Warby Martin Van Creveld

    Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 35.00

    A respected scholar of military history and an expert on strategy, Martin van Creveld recently explored the modern world?s shifting method of combat in The Changing Face of War. Now, in The Culture of War, he argues that there is much more to war than just soldiers killing one another for whatever reason. War has always been a topic of deep intrigue.... more...

  • Ancient China on Postmodern Warby Thomas M. Kane

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 54.95

    Sun Tzu and other classical Chinese strategic thinkers wrote in an era of social, economic and military revolution, and hoped to identify enduring principles of war and statecraft. The twenty-first century is a time of similarly revolutionary change, and this makes their ideas of particular relevance for today?s strategic environment. Placing these... more...

  • The Principles of War for the Information Ageby Robert Leonhard; Robert Scales

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 19.00

    One of the most cogent and respected strategic theorists in today's military sounds the alarm: We have no viable doctrine for tomorrow's war. The advent of the information age renders the hallowed Principles of War useless. Forged in agrarian times and honed by the more modern conflicts of the industrial age, the principles that have guided generations... more...

  • Miyamoto Musashi's The Book of Five Ringsby Leo Gough

    Infinite Ideas 2009; US$ 8.95

    Written circa 1645, "The Book of Five Rings" is considered a classic treaty on military strategy, much like Sun Tzu's "The Art of War". The author was a samurai warrior called Miyamoto Musashi and he wrote the text on his expert teachings of kenjutsu (the art of the sword) and the martial arts in general. Here, Musashi's... more...

  • Makers of Ancient Strategyby Victor Davis Hanson

    Princeton University Press 2010; US$ 21.95

    In this prequel to the now-classic Makers of Modern Strategy , Victor Davis Hanson, a leading scholar of ancient military history, gathers prominent thinkers to explore key facets of warfare, strategy, and foreign policy in the Greco-Roman world. From the Persian Wars to the final defense of the Roman Empire, Makers of Ancient Strategy demonstrates... more...