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Chaos Theory and Strategic Thought

@inproceedings{Mann1992ChaosTA,
  title={Chaos Theory and Strategic Thought},
  author={S. R. Mann},
  year={1992}
}
  • S. R. Mann
  • Published 1992
  • Political Science
  • A revolution that can change strategic thought is underway. The bittersweet truth is that this revolution has little to do with the "new world order" set to follow the end of the Cold War and the success of Desert Stonn. The true revolution is in science, and its effects may change the pattern of both warfare and strategic thought. Yet our attention is fixed on short term international reshuffling. Absorbed by the transitory, we ignore the epochal. Scientific advances are pushing us beyond… CONTINUE READING
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