Fifth Generation War and ‘Open Data' TECHNOLOGY (A Global Perspective)
2021
Taha Shabbir, Saeed Memon, Muhammad Ali Panhyar, Samina Abbasi, Mohsin M. Yasin

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Abstract

Warfare's structure is evolving. The traditional facets of warfare are undergoing a transformation: conventional methods of warfare are dwindling, while newer strategies and technologies of warfare, such as intelligence warfare, asymmetric warfare, media propaganda, and hybrid warfare, are filling the void, blurring the distinctions between combatant and noncombatant, as well as between war and peacetime. Carl von Clausewitz established the fundamental structure of modern warfare in his magnum opus On Battle. He described modern state warfare as "a duel on a larger scale" and clarified its intent as "a continuation of politics through other means," with its core elements of "state rationality, military command chance, and populist anger."

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