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Friday, February 26th, 2016

Evolutionary Reality of the Revolution in Military Affairs: Results of a Comparative Study

Revolution in Military Affairs has been one of the driving concepts for creating modern armed forces capable of coping with the challenges of a contemporary security environment. Revolutionary change in military affairs has been interpreted as discontinuous, radical, non-incremental, and even disruptive change. Evolutionists, however, oppose this view and stress...

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