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Future War by Robert H. Latiff

Future War

Future War by Robert H. Latiff
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Sep 26, 2017 | 208 Pages
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“[Robert H. Latiff’s] background as a weapons expert and trained philosopher gives him unique skills to examine the subject of war, technology, and ethics. . . . Readers interested in the future of warfare and evolving technologies will relish this thought-provoking account.” —Library Journal

“A cautionary and chilling consideration of how wars will be conducted in the near future.” —Booklist (starred review)

“A thoughtful and thought-provoking book that addresses a range of political and sociological issues beyond what the title Future War infers.  It comports with the highest tradition of ‘truth to power.’ A compelling book.” —Honorable James R. Clapper, former U.S. Director of National Intelligence

“In a lucid and powerful volume, Robert Latiff outlines what is coming in the conduct of global conflict—from cyber to bioengineering, from artificial intelligence to stealth. His vision is clear and his message chilling: a must read for strategists and military practitioners.” —Adm. James Stavridis, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander

Future War is a cri de coeur by an eminently qualified author urgently calling us to our senses to recognize the leaching of ethics and humanity from an increasingly autonomic and remote form of warfare. A must read.” —Vint Cerf, co-inventor of the Internet

“’Our nation has a serious problem,’ Robert Latiff writes in Future War. ‘Technology is moving so fast that few can understand it.’ This is the core challenge to which the author brings his valuable twin perspective as an Air Force general and a teacher on ethics and values. His book is a useful guide to weighing the many dilemmas that won’t go away anytime soon, the moral implications of our changing weapons and changing wars.” —P. W. Singer, author of Ghost Fleet

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