This book is about a cyberwar with China. This new type of war, says the author, is China's effort at bending another country's will to its own. It is clever, broadly applied, successful, and aimed directly at the United States. This war is neither conventional nor accidental. The U.S. military is at a disadvantage because it is part of a system of government that is democratic, decentralized and mostly separated from American businesses. This system has served the country well but is not a path that China sees as worth following. This book is not a qhow toq book of strategies that might be developed to fight a cyberwar. It is a way to grasp and categorize what the Chinese are already doing, to make sense of it. Until the U.S. sees itself as in a war, it cannot begin to effectively prosecute it.Espionage, Cyberwar, Communications Control and Related Threats to United States Interests Dennis F. Poindexter. has a lever that ... If they decide to limit my credit, I can try to find someone else to give me another credit card or live with the limit. They can raise my ... We keep the cost of our debt down by keeping interest rates low. If the demand ... I had this choice to make the other day at Home Depot.
|Title||:||The Chinese Information War|
|Author||:||Dennis F. Poindexter|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2013-03-22|