Much about [September 11], and the larger terror campaign of which it is a part, distinguishes it from similar episodes in the past. This is not the work of a localized insurgency against a particular ruler or authority; it is a global assault on the very structure of modern, Western society. And yet, for all of its anti-Western ideology, it is a campaign that is thoroughly grounded in the hightech, transnational processes of globalization.
Research Article| December 01 2001
Waging Postindustrial Warfare on the Global Battlefield
Michael T. Klare
Current History (2001) 100 (650): 433–437.
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Michael T. Klare; Waging Postindustrial Warfare on the Global Battlefield. Current History 1 December 2001; 100 (650): 433–437. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2001.100.650.433
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