, Number 6

James Der Derian

As the global war on terror bogged down in Iraq and Afghanistan, a new interand intra-service struggle emerged within the military, between what we might call the 'transformationists' and the 'neotraditionalists'. The transformationists put their faith in network-centric warfare and precision munitions to resolve the intractable political, civil and religious conflicts of the twenty-first century.

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