NETWAR


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NETWARNavy Network Warfare Command
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En terminos empiricos, la Netwar produjo un replanteamiento de las estrategias militares pensadas en forma arcaica bajo el axioma de "gana el que tiene la bomba mas grande" (Pisani 2002, 18).
If netwar was the means, the law-fare strategy was to excite such passions abroad that Sri Lanka, like Mexico, would be forced to end its Vanni Humanitarian Operation (the Vanni is the region in which the LTTE stronghold was located).
The Netwar type of terorism manifests itself by small--scale actions, in which terrorist groups based on modern doctrines, strategies and technologies, use organisational structures in the form of networks that are adapted to the information era.
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El modelo teorico de la netwar (guerra en red), ideado para explicar el comportamiento de los actores armados y no armados en los conflictos armados del siglo XXI, ayuda a comprender el modo como operan actualmente dichas facciones insurgentes y como lo seguiran haciendo en el futuro proximo (32).
John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, "The underside of Netwar," Institute of Public Affairs Review 54, no.
Los analistas observaron que el EZLN emprendio una nueva forma de lucha que denomino Netwar Social o guerra socio-informatica, que consistia en formar una red de organizaciones sociales de muchos paises vinculadas informaticamente, las cuales se coordinarian para hacer una "guerra de redes sociales" que limitaria al gobierno mexicano y apoyaria la causa zapatista.
Their methods may well be based on netwar principles as described above.
In contrast to this known type of terrorism, the more loosely guided netwar terrorists of our present age are conceived to employ wholesale-scale terror as part of an agenda that has setting off global conflict--inter-civilizational war--as its chief strategic aim, with an ultimate objective of transforming the entire global system.
Netwar, as defined by the term's originators, John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, involves "small groups who communicate, coordinate, and conduct their campaigns in an internetted manner, without precise central command.
On seeing-as-targeting, see Samuel Weber, "Target of Opportunity: Networks, Netwar, and Narratives," Grey Room, 1, no.