How to give the military’s tactical information warriors a chance

When Jim Mattis stepped down as the Secretary of Defense, momentum for information operations slowed. Here’s how Pentagon leaders could accelerate it again.

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When should the Army’s cyber school teach information warfare?

As Army Cyber Command shifts toward teaching information warfare, the cyber school is figuring out how to make the transition.

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Russian AI-Enabled Combat: Coming to a City Near You? – War on the Rocks

Being a Russia scholar interested in how artificial intelligence (AI) will influence international security and warfare, you often feel like the Jan Brady of the Bunch.

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Army fights fake news with propagandists and hackers in one unit

Cyber and intelligence experts unite to battle disinformation as character of warfare changes

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Advanced Persistent Manipulators, Part Three: Social Media Kill Chain

This brief is part three of a three-part series. It outlines the stages in a social media kill chain for analyzing and mitigating the efforts of Advanced Persistent Manipulators.

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Britain hosts ‘Five Eyes’ security alliance ministers for cyber talks – Reuters

Britain hosted a meeting of senior security ministers from the U.S.-led ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence alliance on Monday for talks on tackling cyber threats ranging from political hacking to child pornography.

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Is the Air Force Serious about Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance?

The U.S. Air Force claims to have the best intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) force in the world, and a plan to enhance decisive advantage amidst great power competition.

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A Response on Persistent Engagement and Agreed Competition

Jim Miller and Neal Pollard offer an important and positive assessment of the strategy of persistent engagement. Here, the authors engage their perspective on how to describe cyber activity short of armed conflict.

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