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    barry lyndon at |

    molto interessante l’articolo di Matteo Dian.

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    barry lyndon at |

     ecco un punto di vista critico alla strategic guidance obamiana ed al principio dell'”air-sea battle“:

    http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=792#.T7uPw68UaZ8.twitter

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    barry lyndon at |

    segnalo un documento, pubblicato dallo US Army War College, relativo alle capacità di cyberwarfare cinesi e alle implicazioni sulla sicurezza nazionale USA:
    http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a552990.pdf
    dalle conclusioni dell’autore:
    “…America must recognize that its superpower status is challenged by the People‘s Republic of China‘s cyber power. In addition, the U.S. must recognize that, just as the USSR and USA never fought a nuclear war, China‘s cyber capability does not mean that cyber war is inevitable […] The two states are competitors for economic and political power, but not any more than any other states competing for world markets and domestic prosperity. And if China is building a modern military, complete with cyber warfare capabilities, so is the United States. […] This is not to suggest that the U.S. and PRC could not go to war. Taiwan‘s potential independence is the most likely reason for a Sino-American military conflict. China‘s cyber power could be a great force multiplier for the People‘s Liberation Army in a war over Taiwan, asymmetrically reducing the U.S. advantage at the tactical and operational levels of war while causing economic damage and interfering with American command and control at the strategic level“.

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    AllegraBrigata at |
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