Strategic Culture: The Impact of Technology on the Military
This paper analyzes the impact of technology on the military in the context of strategic culture. The contributors examine how much the revolution in military affairs (RMA) might change actual combat processes in the future, and how likely it could be that network-centric warfare can replace weapons-centered war. The paper states that the existing low-intensity conflict opponents do not fit neatly into a future warfare category, as shown by the war in Afghanistan.
© 2007 Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich
This panel was chaired by Stephanie Neuman and featured Stephen Biddle, Jack Treddenick, Kenneth W Estes and Sean S Costigan as participants.