Chinese Document – Unrestricted Warfare
Critical piece of modern military thinking from within China. As described in a Hong Kong article in Yazhou Zhouka, the authors state that:
“…we [China] should formally turn nonmilitary activities such as computer hacking, financial intrusion, and media propaganda into methods of warfare and form a many-stranded “combination of non-restriction” with the aim of defeating the enemy and winning victory. The book also mentions the real threat posed to such a military power as the United States by terrorist elements such as Osama bin-Ladin, and also lists “terror warfare” as one of its “varieties of warfare.”
Full Document is in PDF format.