Discover how the United States can beat China, Russia, Iran, and ISIS in the coming information-technology wars from the New York Times bestselling author and veteran Washington Times columnist Bill Gertz.
America is at war, but most of its citizens don’t realize it.
Covert information warfare is being waged by world powers, rogue states—such as Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea—and even terrorist groups like ISIS. This conflict has been designed to defeat and ultimately destroy the United States.
This new type of warfare is part of the Information Age that has come to dominate our lives. In iWar, Bill Gertz describes how technology has completely revolutionized modern warfare, how the Obama administration failed to meet this challenge, and what we can and must do to catch up and triumph over this timely and important struggle.
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About the Author
Bill Gertz is a national security columnist for the Washington Times, and senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon. His column on the Pentagon, Inside the Ring, appears weekly. He currently lives in Annapolis, MD with his wife Debra. Find him online at Gertzfile.com and @BillGertz.
Table of Contents
Preface: Where We Are Today vii
Introduction: Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Knew 1
1 World War C: Munitions of the Mind 15
2 North Korea: Eternal Leader's Rocket Becomes Glorious Submarine to Fool Puppet Forces 40
3 United States: Eighty Percent of Success Is Showing Up 67
4 China: The Panda That Eats, Shoots, and Leaves 109
5 Russia: In Russia, President Assassinates You 153
6 Islamic Terror: When Jihad Johnny Comes Marching Home 196
7 Iran: I Went to the Store and They Still Don't Have Whiskey. What Kind of Nuclear Deal Is This? 231
8 The Left: Workplace Violence, Safe Spaces, and Other Politically Correct Nonsense 272
9 Information America: We Have Met the Enemy and It's Not Us 313
Conclusion: Solutions for a New Age 337
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