5 edition of The information revolution in military affairs in Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Emily O. Goldman and Thomas G. Mahnken.|
|Contributions||Goldman, Emily O., 1961-, Mahnken, Thomas G., 1965-|
|LC Classifications||UA832.5 .I54 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||2004044254|
The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War Read More» The New Russia in the New Asia July 1, June 6, / Monograph, Publications / By SSI Publications. Preparing for the Next War: Reflections on the Revolution in Military Affairs PDF. Stephen J. Blank. Chapter Four. An Information-Based Revolution in Military Affairs PDF. Norman C. Davis. Chapter Five. Another View of the Revolution in Military Affairs PDF. Jeffrey R. Cooper. Chapter Six. Information, Power, and Grand Strategy: In Athena’s Cited by:
The Real Revolution in Military Affairs. August 5, It doesn’t seem all that long since the United States was considering how advancements in military technology would allow it to use advances in long-range precision weapons, intelligence sensors, and command and control capabilities to dominate conventional wars. The Revolution in Military Affairs Jeffrey McKitrick, et al. From Battlefield of the Future: 21st Century Warfare Issues Warfare Issues. Maxwell AFB, Ala.: Air University Press, September The Revolution in Military Affairs and its Interpreters: Implications for .
The revolution in military affairs (RMA) is an American concept that frames a debate about the restructuring of American military forces in the period of globalization of the American economy. More This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. The Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) became a common term in military and defence circles in the early s when the Gulf War seemed to indicate a dramatic shift in the nature of modern warfare. This idea has roots in the concept of the Military Revolution (MR) which was used by historian MichaelFile Size: KB.
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Goldman and Mahnken remind us that there is no single revolution in military affairs, but rather very different adjustments by states according to their needs and resources. A substantial contribution to the literature on Asian defense policy, and changes in contemporary military art and science."Format: Hardcover.
Singapore Singapore and the Revolution in Military Affairs; Conclusion: The Diffusion of the Emerging RMA in Asia: A Preliminary Assessment; n Editorial Reviews "A formidable collection of authors examine the impact of advanced military information technologies on the leading powers in : E.
Goldman. Goldman and Mahnken remind us that there is no single revolution in military affairs, but rather very different adjustments by states according to their needs and resources. A substantial contribution to the literature on Asian defense policy, and changes in contemporary military art and science."Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.
About this book Introduction The contributors to this volume seek to explore the multi-dimensional (institutional, cultural, technological, and political) environments of several Asian states to determine the amenability of those host environments for the adoption/adaptation of the Revolution in Military Affairs.
"A formidable collection of authors examine the impact of advanced military information technologies on the leading powers in Asia. Goldman and Mahnken remind us that there is no single revolution in military affairs, but rather very different adjustments by states according to their needs and resources.
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Information and Revolutions in Military Affairs - Google Books. Like the industrial revolution before it, the information technology revolution appears to be creating a new ruling class, a new economy and a new society.
Information technology is also transforming military operations and warfare. A vast literature on the revolution in military affairs (or "RMA") cites the important (indeed, dominant) role of information technology in enabling a new military. Asia-Pacific power. BRUCE A. ELLEMAN Naval War College Knox, MacGregor and Williamson Murray, eds.
The Dynamics of Military Revolution, – New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. $28 The editors of this slim volume of es-says have wide ambitions.
In pages of text, they seek to define the nature of military revolutions Cited by: remotely effective: unmanned aerial vehicles, the information revolution in military affairs, and the rise of the drone in southeast asia 5.
funding numbers 6. author(s) grant j. cassingham 7. performing organization name(s) and address(es) naval postgraduate school monterey, ca 8. performing organization report number 9. Thomas G. Mahnken is Visiting Scholar at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University.
He is coeditor of Paradoxes of Strategic Intelligence: Essays in Honor of Michael I. Handel and The Information Revolution in Military Affairs in Asia. Abstract. Defense planners in the United States have been captured by the notion of a revolution in military affairs (RMA), leaping ahead to embrace emerging technologies and transform how militaries go about their by: 3.
2 Michael J. Vickers, “The revolution in military affairs and military capabilities,” in War in the Information Age: New Challenges for US Security Policy, p. Perhaps a word can be added on the work done by Alvin and Heidi Toffler, who have popularized two critical notions: (1) that we are presently in the midst of a dramatic.
Inthe U.S. Defense Department’s Office of Net Assessment published a report on the coming military-technical revolution – what it called the Revolution in Military Affairs. The concept wasn’t a new : Jacek Bartosiak.
Ina Polish banker and self-taught military expert named Jan Bloch published The Future of War, the culmination of his long obsession with the impact of modern technology on foresaw with stunning prescience how smokeless gunpowder, improved rifles, and other emerging technologies would overturn contemporary thinking about the character and conduct of : Christian Brose.
Martyanov’s book is, in a way, two books. One is about the revolution in military affairs that has left the United States behind. The other is about the self-medicating and propagandistic version of reality that Americans mistake for reality.
He is editor (with Thomas A. Keaney) of U.S. Military Operations In Iraq: Planning, Combat, and Occupation (Routledge, ), (with Joseph A. Maiolo) of Strategic Studies: A Reader (Routledge, ), (with Emily O. Goldman) of The Information Revolution in Military Affairs in Asia (Palgrave McMillan, ) and (with Richard K.
Betts) of. The Japanese perception of the information technology-revolution in military affairs: Toward a defensive information-based transformation.
In Goldman, E., Mahnken, T. (Eds.), The information revolution in military affairs in Asia (pp. 81 – 96). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. Google Scholar | CrossrefAuthor: Tom Le. Looking to the next ‘revolution in military affairs’ By Richard A.
Bitzinger. Octo The proliferation of advanced conventional weaponry to the Asia-Pacific region has been momentous, and perhaps even alarming. Since the s, Asia-Pacific militaries have greatly expanded their war-fighting capacities beyond the mere. "Andrei Martyanov's book provides indispensable knowledge for anyone who wants to understand the current geo-political developments." MOON OF ALABAMA "Once in a blue moon an indispensable book comes out making a clear case for sanity in what is now a post-MAD world.
That's the responsibility carried by "The (Real) Revolution in Military Affairs," by Andrei Martyanov (Clarity /5(14).Executive summary. This paper revisits the debate that raged in American defense circles in the s over whether a revolution in military affairs was imminent in the early parts of the 21st : Michael E.
O'hanlon.The revolution of military affairs is the inclusion and expansion of new technology—e.g., drones, satellite imaging, and remotely operated vehicles—within current military tactics. RMA has generally been praised for its ability to reduce casualty rates and facilitate intelligence gathering.