Asymmetries of Conflict: War Without Death
For more than ten years the intelligence community has warned of the risk of terrorist attacks. The West's concern with its own affluence and dominion has created disparities and resentments. But military establishments have continued to be transfixed by weapons systems with ever greater firepower, and politicians by the size of defence budgets.
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