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Rethinking War: The Mouse's New Roar?

Martin Libicki
Foreign Policy
No. 117 (Winter, 1999-2000), pp. 30-32+34-43
DOI: 10.2307/1149560
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1149560
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Abstract

Emerging technologies and new approaches to war have made it easier for small states to stand up to their bigger brethren-but not in the way that most futurist pundits suggest. The best way to take on superpowers may not be to acquire weapons of mass destruction or engage in cyberwarfare, but to deploy the unblinking eye of the global media.

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