It is almost a truism to say that our expectations regarding future events are influenced by our past experience. In this sense, the book The Future of War : A History, Lawrence Freedman, did not seem to bring other evidence that the evidence that the military officials define their strategies based on the success of the earlier conflict and their desire to exploit new technologies to avoid the mistakes made by their predecessors. Nevertheless, The Future of War offers a vision far more nuanced. Freedman shows how the military strategists... Article reserved to subscribers
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