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El concepto de Netwar (Guerra-red) difiere del empleado por el Ejercito estadounidense Netwars (Network Warfare Simulation System), toda vez que "la Netwar es de menor intensidad, como contraparte en el nivel social, para nuestro concepto militar de Cyberwar" (5) (Arquilla y Ronfeldt 2001, ix).
(36.) John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, "Summary," in Networks and Netwars, ix.
Arquilla, John, David Ronfeldt and Michele Zanini, "Networks, Netwar, and Information-Age Terrorism", in Ian O.
The result was the same neutralization of combat power that had earlier been seen in the 1994 Chiapas episode, which led to the emergence of the term "netwar" to describe the role energized networks of Zapatista supporters played in bringing overwhelming global pressure on Mexico over what once would have been thought a local squabble.
of netwar and cyberwar, that "information war can be understood to refer to cyber conflict at the nation-state level involving either direct military confrontation or indirect competition via disruption and deception." 
Fifteen years ago, John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt coined the term "netwar," which they described in a RAND monograph as conflict short of war against essentially "leaderless" networks of "militant radicals" employing "new doctrines, strategies, and technologies." Such conflict, they predicted, will become the "dominant mode of societal conflict in the 21st century."
Experts on security matters in the United States note that the methods of affinity groups make social movements more difficult to infiltrate, to spy upon and to manipulate (Paul de Armond, 'Netwar in the Emerald City: WTO Protest Strategy and Tactics', Networks and Netwars: Crimes, Terrorism, Militancy (Santa Monica, Rand, 2001), p.
The evolution of terrorist actions outside state borders and the internationalisation of this phenomenon in the Netwar direction has raised new difficulties of counteracting on the part of the international community.
(5) On the rise of networks as effective forms of social organizations and their impact on war, see John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, The Advent of Netwar (RAND, MR-789-OSD, 1996); John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, eds., Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy (RAND, MR-1382-OSD, 2001).
The NNFE, the Naval NETWAR FORCEnet Enterprise, is an enterprise approach to how we govern IT in the Navy writ large.
de Armond, Paul 2001 "Netwar in the Emerald City: WTO Protest Strategy and Tactics." John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt (eds.), Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy.
(23.) Paul de Armond, "Netwar in the Emerald City: WTO Protest Strategy and Tactics"; John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt, Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy (Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand, 2001), pp.
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