, Volume 86, Number 4

Paul Cornish

For as long as there has been technology (the application of science and innovation) and for as long as there has been strategy (the use of forces and resources to achieve political goals) there has been a relationship of sorts between these two preoccupations. This article inquires into the nature of the technological-strategic relationship which governments, such as that in the UK, draw upon as they confront international terrorism.

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