Aquinas's Commentary On The Metaphysics

#126- Unrestricted Warfare Part 2

Scott and Karl finish their two-part discussion of Unrestricted Warfare: Two Air Force Senior Colonels on Scenarios for War and the Operational Art in an Era of Globalization. 

As Scott points out, this book was largely born out of an analysis of the Gulf War. Karl asks, “If the media, as these Chinese authors argue, was a weapon of war in the First Gulf War, when did it stop being a weapon of war?”

While Unrestricted Warfare is marketed as an anti-American manifesto, Karl and Scott agree that it’s a military manual, and it’s even-handed.

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