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Some Principles of Cyber Strategy

21 Aug 2014 Security Watch

Although cyberspace has existed for decades, the strategic principles of cyber-warfare have not yet been devised. In beginning to do so, John J. Klein believes that similarities between the cyber and maritime domains suggest that the thought of Sir Julian Corbett should be used as inspiration. More on «Some Principles of Cyber Strategy»


Bullets Captured in Kabatiya, courtesy of  Israel Defense Forces
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Coordinating a Global Strategy for the International Arms Trade

21 Aug 2014 Security Watch

Globalization has allowed the international arms trade to circumvent state-based arms transfer controls and put more weapons into more hands than ever before. To mitigate these challenges, Rachel Stohl thinks the international community should develop a multi-layered strategy that tackles irresponsible and illicit arms transfers. More on «Coordinating a Global Strategy for the International Arms Trade»


USS Chicago completes a training maneuver
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Mine and Undersea Warfare for the Future

20 Aug 2014 Security Watch

Joshua Edwards and Dennis Gallagher believe that the Advanced Undersea Weapon System will provide the US with vital asymmetric advantage in future maritime conflicts. As they see it, this lower-cost force multiplier will allow commanders to apply more clandestine solutions and free traditional platforms to undertake more appropriate tasks. More on «Mine and Undersea Warfare for the Future»