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Title Information warfare in the age of cyber conflict / edited by Christopher Whyte, A. Trevor Thrall, and Brian M. Mazanec.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.

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Description 1 online resource (xix, 249 pages) : illustrations.
Series Routledge studies in conflict, security and technology
Routledge studies in conflict, security and technology.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Bio/Hist Note Christopher Whyte is an Assistant Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. A. Trevor Thrall is Associate Professor in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, USA, and a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, USA. Brian M. Mazanec is a researcher of cyber conflict, strategic warfare, and intelligence and teaches in the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies at Missouri State University, USA, and in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, USA.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 04, 2020).
Subject Information warfare.
Disinformation.
Propaganda -- Technological innovations.
Propaganda, International -- History -- 21st century.
Disinformation -- United States -- History -- 21st century.
Democracy.
Social media -- Political aspects.
Cyberspace -- Political aspects.
Disinformation -- Government policy.
United States -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
United States.
2000-2099
Genre History.
Contents Part 1. The nature, history and correlates of information warfare in the age of cyber conflict -- The convergence of information warfare / Martin C. Libicki -- A brief history of fake : Surveying Russian disinformation from the Russian empire through the Cold War to the present / Aaron F. Brantly -- The Ideological battlefield : China's approach to political warfare and propaganda in an age of cyber conflict / Elsa B.Kania -- Cyber Conflict at the intersection of information operations : Cyber-enabled information operations 2000-2016 / ColinFoote, Ryan C. Maness, Benjamin Jensen and Brandon Valeriano -- Part 2. (Cyber-enabled) Information at war -- Bear market? Grizzly steppe and the American marketplace of ideas / A. Trevor Thrall and Andrew Armstrong -- Commanding the trend : Social media as information warfare / Lt Col Jarred Prier -- Cyber by a different logic : Using an information warfare kill chain to understand cyber-enabled influence operations / Christopher Whyte and Ugochukwu Etudo -- Cyber-enabled information warfare and influence operations : A revolution in technique? / Miguel Alberto Gomez -- Part 3: Building resilience: Questions of legality, diplomacy and society -- Might or Byte(s): On the safeguarding of democracy in the digital age / Christopher Colligan -- On the organization of the U.S. Government for responding to adversarial information warfare and influence operations / Herbert Lin -- Virtual disenfranchisement : Cyber election meddling in the grey zones of international law / Michael Schmitt -- Stigmatizing cyber and information warfare : Mission impossible? / Brian Mazanec and Patricia Shamai -- Part 4. The fluid shape of modern information warfare -- How deep the rabbit hole goes : Escalation, deterrence and the 'deeper' challenges of information warfare in the age of the internet / Christopher Whyte.
Summary "This book examines the shape, sources and dangers of information warfare (IW) as it pertains to military, diplomatic and civilian stakeholders. Cyber warfare and information warfare are different beasts. Both concern information, but where the former does so exclusively in its digitized and operationalized form, the latter does so in a much broader sense: with IW, information itself is the weapon. The present work aims to help scholars, analysts, and policymakers understand information warfare within the context of cyber conflict. Specifically, the chapters in the volume address the shape of influence campaigns waged across digital infrastructure and in the psychology of democratic populations in recent years by belligerent state actors, from the Russian Federation to the Islamic Republic of Iran. In marshalling evidence on the shape and evolution of information warfare as a broad-scoped phenomenon aimed at societies writ large, the authors in this book present timely empirical investigations into the global landscape of influence operations, legal and strategic analyses of their role in international politics, and insightful examinations of the potential for democratic process to overcome pervasive foreign manipulation. This book will be of much interest to students of cyber-security, national security, strategic studies, defence studies and International Relations in general"-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author Whyte, Christopher, 1988- editor.
Thrall, A. Trevor, editor.
Mazanec, Brian M., editor.
Other Title Print version: Information warfare in the age of cyber conflict London ; New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2020. 9781138600911