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Assessing change and continuity in the character of war

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Assessing change and continuity in the character of war

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Every age has its own kind of war with its own peculiarities. War’s nature
may be enduring; its character is prone to change – in each era as well as
in each encounter. Ours is a time of considerable, some argue accelerating,
societal, economic, political, and technological change. Accelerating or not,
this megatrend of change permeates almost all walks of human life: how we
live and communicate, how we work and collaborate, how we interact and
create, and, to a large degree, how we fight. It thus affects how we prepare,
equip, and organise for war as well as how we conduct war. Contemporary
war continues to be characterised by the three enduring elements of kinetic
activity, connectivity, and the symbiotic relationship between the human
and the synthetic. The overarching theme that emerges from the contributions
to this volume is the fact that across all three elements there has been
considerable change over the past two decades.

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OrganisatieNederlandse Defensie Academie
AfdelingFaculteit Militaire Wetenschappen
LectoraatKrijgswetenschappen
Gepubliceerd inThe Conduct of War in the 21st Century : Kinetic, Connected and Synthetic
Jaar2021
TypeBoekdeel
ISBN978-1-003-05426-9
TaalEngels

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