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A clarion call to prepare for cyberwar. But what’s the threat?

Summary:  American professionals writing about national defense are intelligent and well-educated, usually with distinguished careers. But their writings should be datelined “from Oz”. Today we examine another example, about the law of cyberwar.  {1st of 2 posts today.}   “Preparing for Cyber War: A Clarion Call“ By Michael Schmitt (bio here). Posted at Just Security, …

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“Lawfare” – using the law to undermine the Constitution (a powerful tool in the quiet coup now in progress)

Summary:  There are many ways to change a political regime.  Fast and violent often works.  Our ruling elites (and their supporters) instead have chosen slow and steady methods.  This requires masking the nature of the changes made until our institutions have adapted — and Americans become accustomed to the new order.  Hence the need for …

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Words to fear in the 21st century: Lǎo hǔ, lǎo hǔ, Lǎo hǔ

Summary:  Tactical surprise was often devastating in the 20th century.  We should fear it today, but in the 21st century it might take different forms.  Ninth in a series discussing America’s grand strategy in the 21st century.  At the end are links for more information. The radio call Tora, Tora, Tora — in English Tiger, …

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