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The Uncertain Future of Warfare

Nov 21, 2018 | 11:00 GMT
A Chinese military honor guard waits to welcome Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Oct. 26, 2018.

A Chinese military honor guard waits to welcome Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Oct. 26. To surpass the West militarily, China would need to fully transform itself into an interventionist power.

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The most useful analysis on the future of warfare highlights how cultural, institutional and professional biases can cloud objective thinking on forthcoming military conflict. For example, analysts often fall into the same trap: imagining the conflicts they would like to fight rather than the conflicts that are most likely to...

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