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Strategy in the Contemporary World – the Cyber Dimension

SITCW 5th Ed

The 5th Edition of Strategy in the Contemporary World was published by Oxford University Press on 31 December 2015, and is available from all good booksellers.

Among the many excellent chapters on all things strategic by some of the leading thinkers around is my updated chapter (originally published in the 4th Edition) titled “The Rise of Cyberpower.

Strategy in the Contemporary World is a great introductory textbook for student and layman alike looking to understand the fundamentals of, and trends in, strategic studies.

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Stimson Center Event: The New U.S. National Space Policy

I shall be participating in a panel discussion next Thursday, July 22, on the new U.S. National Space Policy at The Henry L. Stimson Center in Washington, D.C.

My fellow panelists include Peter Marquez, John Logsdon, Maj. Gen. Jim Armor, USAF (ret.), James Lewis of CSIS, Bruce MacDonald, and Daryl Kimball of the Arms Control Association.

See you there!

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