Volume XVIII, No. 3: Winter 2010 (Winter Web Edition)

Understanding Warfare in the 21st Century
By James Turitto

The 21st century has witnessed faster communication times and closer international networks, increasing the number of people engaged in warfare and complicating the dynamics of it.

Drone Wars: Armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
By Andew Callam

On August 5, 2009, two Hellfire missiles fired from an American Predator drone crashed through the roof of a house in northwest Pakistan.

Didn’t you get the memo?”: Changing Discourses of Diplomacy in the Age of Information
By Ben Fong

News of the U.S. Declaration of Independence took the same amount of time to reach Great Britain by boat as it did to reach the southern United States by land.

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