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A SLAM-DUNK In Tom Clancy's all-new, unique novel, OP- heart: Acts of War, Syrian terrorists have attacked a dam contained in the borders of Turkey, threatening the water offer in their very fatherland. it's not madness, however the first step in a deceptively basic plan: to strength all-out warfare within the heart East.
What they don't comprehend is new neighborhood Op-Center is now online in Greece, and its staff can see precisely what the rebels are attempting to do. yet those terrorists are extra creative than someone thinks.
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26 (September 2, 2008); Alice Miller, “The New Party Politburo Leadership,” China Leadership Monitor, no. 40 (January 14, 2013). 30. Document 27, “State Informatization Leading Group Opinion on Strengthening Information Security,” is apparently classified, but it is frequently referenced in open sources; see “China’s National Information Assurance Policy Framework: Ministry of Public Security Multi-Level Protection Scheme,” USITO Issue Paper 626, United States Information Technology Office, 2009.
53. Jon R. Lindsay, “Reinventing the Revolution: Technological Visions, Counterinsurgent Criticism, and the Rise of Special Operations,” Journal of Strategic Studies 36, no. 3 (2013): 422–53. 54. On Chinese nationalist “hacker wars” see Desmond Ball, “China’s Cyber Warfare Capabilities,” Security Challenges 17, no. 2 (2011): 81‒103; and Scott Henderson, Dark Visitor: Inside the World of Chinese Hackers (Fort Leavenworth, KS: Foreign Military Studies Office, 2007). 55. On “wicked” problems see Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber, “Dilemmas in a General Theory of Planning,” Policy Sciences 4 (1973): 155–69.
He then articulates philosophical principles to help nations avoid cyberwarfare, arguing that most important thing is to extend the notion of sovereignty into the domain of cyberspace. Ye’s normative prescriptions anticipate the discussion in the chapters by Li Yuxiao and Xu Lu and by Fred Cate of international Internet governance. The chapters by Cate and McKune both point out that there is some East-West controversy about how best to govern the cyber commons, in particular regarding how norms of “Internet sovereignty” might affect the legacy “multistakeholder” regime.