INFORMATION WARFARE AND NON-CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS

Journal Title: Impact Strategic - Year 2006, Vol 18, Issue 1

Abstract

A review of non-conventional weapons likely to be used in Information Warfare is presented. Strategic implications and consequences of usage by non-state actors are assessed. The threat represented by these weapons and measures to counter it are outlined. Notes on why conventional non-proliferation methods are not effective against this threat are presented.

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Massimo MAURO

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Massimo MAURO (2006). INFORMATION WARFARE AND NON-CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS. Impact Strategic, 18(1), 72-75. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-83074