The latest paper for my postgraduate studies at King's College London ("Technology and Insurgency: Advancing Propaganda, Mission, and Combat") is now out:
"In 2017, the fundamentals of communications have changed, worldwide. This simple truth -- born out of the rise of the Internet, cellphones, digital communications tools, social media, and much more -- have forever augmented the daily lives of humanity. Although these tools have been used to substantially improve lives in countless ways, they have also affected various aspects of conflict. It seems self-evident, then -- with even only a cursory awareness of the subject -- that those involved in a networked insurgency undoubtedly view such tools of technology and media as beneficial. As such, it is a topic worth assessing in greater detail."
Go take a look!
Kyle R. Brady