Wars of Disruption and Resilience: Cybered Conflict, Power, and National Security

Wars of Disruption and Resilience: Cybered Conflict, Power, and National Security

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ISBN-13: 9780820340678
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Publication date: 09/15/2011
Series: Studies in Security and International Affairs Series
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

CHRIS C. DEMCHAK is an associate professor in the Strategic Research Department at the U.S. Naval War College. She is the author ofMilitary Organizations, Complex Machines: Modernization in the U.S. Armed Services, coauthor of Lessons of the Gulf War: Ascendant Technology and Declining Capability, and coeditor of Designing Resilience: Preparing for Extreme Events. She writes about cybered conflict on the New Atlanticist blog.

Table of Contents


Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Globalization and Spread of Cybered Conflict
Emerging Uncivil Cybered International System
Challenge to International Relations Theory
Syncretic Reframing: Security Resilience Strategy for a Cybered World
Security Resilience Strategy: Linking Framework and Tools
Chapter 2. History's Experiments in Security Resilience
Case Studies of City-State Security Strategies
Greek and Italian City-State Wars of Disruption
British and U.S. Small Wars of Disruption
Lessons for Disruption in a Security Resilience Strategy
Chapter 3. Challenges in a New Strategy for Cybered Threats
Political Acceptance of Cybered Threat in Democratic City-States
Technical Design for Cybered Conflict
Operational Constraints on Implementation of Disruption
Chapter 4. Institutional Design for Cybered Power and National Security
Honest Joint Consultation--Knowledge Nexus
Comprehensive Data--Privacy in Behavior-Based Adaptations
Collaborative Actionable Knowledge--the Atrium Model
Gathering What Exists Today
Chapter 5: Disruption and Resilience for National Security and Power in a Cybered World
Marks of the New Cybered Age: Sovereignty, Disruption, and Resilience
Inklings of the Future: The Rise of the Cybercommand
Adapting the Social Contract for Cybered Uncertainty
Bibliography
Index

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