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Discusses sophisticated weaponry which is likely to be used in future wars, and the resulting ultimate danger posed to humankind and life in general.

StatementNeil Ardley.
SeriesWorld of tomorrow
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LC ClassificationsU313 .A73 1982
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Pagination36 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3787135M
ISBN 100531043592
LC Control Number81051681
OCLC/WorldCa8555690

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To show how contemporaries viewed future war in various eras, Freedman cites novels such as H.G.

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To what degree should humans be involved in the decision. But as Paul Scharre writes in his new book Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War, this has all been a long time coming, and we’re currently reaping the culmination of decades of.

Warren Chin. James Kurth posed the question of ‘why we buy the weapons we do’ in an article in the magazine, Foreign Policy in Surprisingly, forty-seven years later, we are still trying to provide a satisfactory answer regarding why we spend so much money on technologically complex weaponry; weapons acquisition typically accounts for over 40 percent.

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This is a compendium of the weapons of war that may accompany our soldiers in the near and far future, as well as an insightful look at the soldier, sailor, and airman of today and tomorrow. Future Weapons Kevin Dockery Limited preview.

Perry’s book has five important chapters on other aspects of his fascinating and rich career: the Bosnian war and his role in bringing it to an end, Haiti and other efforts to build a new mutual defense relationship with Latin America, the challenges of creating an efficient weapons development and procurement system, improving the life of.

Winner of the William E. Colby Award "The book I had been waiting for. I can't recommend it highly enough." —Bill Gates The era of autonomous weapons has arrived. Today around the globe, at least thirty nations have weapons that can search for and destroy enemy targets all on their own.

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Paul Scharre, a leading expert in next-generation warfare, /5(2).This cleareyed focus on the larger dimensions of the military enterprise raises the book above the narrowly technical discussion of new weapons and the tactics they require.

A well-written, thoughtful discussion of the broader issues raised by the Author: Robert H. Latiff.