Book Review: Information Technology and Military Power
February 01, 2022
Texas National Security Review
Summary: A cynical attitude toward technology is certainly nothing new in military analysis. Naysaying is a perennial accompaniment to technical change in warfighting, from early reactions to the machine gun to some of the current rhetoric around unmanned aerial vehicles.
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