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Author: Michael G. Lortz

What I’m Reading: August 2018 – Cyber Conflict, Facial Recognition, Strategic Thinking, and Changes in America

Here is what I was reading this month: Corporate Cybersecurity Is Becoming Geopolitical. Are U.S. Tech Companies Ready? – Harvard Business Review, 8/24/2018 This article details the need for companies to be aware of international actors and their intentions in cyberspace. Written by Ben Buchanan, author of The Cyber Security Dilemma, this article particularly points […]

What I’m Reading: Irregular Warfare Mixtape

Here are a few links that I wanted to share together, independent of my monthly list of links. Consider this a blog mixtape between official monthly releases. These all discuss modern conflict. Why jihadist insurgencies persist – OpenCanada.org, 5/23/2018 Very interesting article that takes an economic approach to insurgency dilemmas. According to author Aisha Ahmad, […]

What I’m Reading: June 2018 – Science, War, Information Conflict, Cyber Conflict, and Looney Tunes

Articles I found most interesting in June 2018: This Is Why Physicists Think String Theory Might Be Our ‘Theory Of Everything – Medium.com, Starts With a Bang, 6/14/2018 A quick look at a very deep subject. Theoretical physics has always fascinated me. Especially string theory. I’ve often wondered if the movement along the strings could […]

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