Deane-Peter Baker


It has become commonplace among analysts of all persuasions to insist
that in recent years warfare has changed radically. Of course change in warfare is
nothing new – like any human activity it is subject to the powerful influences of
societal and technological change. But this is different. The shifts that these analysts
point to are, they insist, radical. That is to say, they contend that these changes
represent a fundamental altering of the nature of warfare.

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