Three Axes of the Future War
There is a different vision of the future of war. While previously wars were growing increasingly massive in scale, today they are increasingly remote-controlled affairs as new technologies are influencing the nature of modern conflicts and worsening the international security environment. Information and cyber technologies make this vector practicable. Noteworthy in this sense is the evolution of strategic concepts in the leading countries, which reflects their perceptions of the likely future of wars. Any state expecting at least to endure a future war must timely identify the key risks involved in technological development and appreciate how it can contribute to the potential of a possible future military conflict. Mindful of the huge asymmetries in military budgets of various countries, the policymakers around the globe have to cut corners and look for alternatives to direct military confrontation, with an emphasis on the cyber and information spaces as most possible battlefields in a potential confrontation.
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