November 2005
Fourth-Generation War & Other Myths;11/1/2005, preceding p1
Book Chapter
Summarizes a critique of Fourth Generation War (4GW). Inception of the notion of 4GW; Generations through which warfare has evolved according to the theory; Arguments of the proponents of the war following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.


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