Ep. 70 – Fighting a "Virtual War"

February 07, 2019 00:34:09
Ep. 70 – Fighting a "Virtual War"
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Ep. 70 – Fighting a "Virtual War"
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Show Notes

In this episode, retired US Army Col. Steve Banach talks about "virtual war," which he argues is transforming the way conflict plays out. He discusses the hallmarks of the concept, and explains why it requires us to fundamentally rethink the mental models we use to understand war.

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