01 Jun 2012

Private Sector Implications of Operation Olympic Games

The New York Times revealed today what many experts had already asserted regarding the United States role in the Stuxnet attack. While speculation of U.S. involvement complicated international relations on cyber conflict, an acknowledgement of U.S. involvement in a forum such as the New York Times heralds in a brave

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13 Mar 2011

Project Responder: National Technology Plan for Emergency Response to Catastrophic Terrorism

The National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT) in Oklahoma City focuses on “preventing and deterring terrorism or mitigating its effects.” Since April 2001, MIPT has funded Project Responder, an effort by Hicks & Associates, Inc. and the Terrorism Research Center, Inc., aimed ultimately at improving local, state

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31 Jan 1999

Unrestricted Warfare

The following selections are taken from “Unrestricted Warfare,” a book published in China in February 1999 which proposes tactics for developing countries, in particular China, to compensate for their military inferiority vis-à-vis the United States during a high-tech war. The selections include the table of contents, preface, afterword, and biographical

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