Brave New War — A Book Summary

Large, resourceful nation-states can no longer rule the battlefield.

New technologies, such as the internet, are eroding the nation-influence

Criminal and terrorist groups purposefully undermine the nation-state.

Global insurgents maximize their harm by attacking society’s critical systems.

Global guerillas, like software developers, develop their tactics and weaponry through open-source networks.

Because of the internet’s “long tail,” even small global guerrilla organizations can now pose a threat.

Nation-states’ conventional approaches to security are rigid and ineffectual.

To deal with future dangers, we must decentralize our critical systems.




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