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Clausewitzian Friction & Future War
Barry D. Watts. Examines the possibility that technological advances in the means of combat would produce transformation in the fundamental nature of future war. Discusses predictions that changes would include great reductions in, or elimination of, various impediments to timely & effective action in war for which the Prussian theorist & soldier Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831) introduced the term “friction.” The primary question is whether Clausewitzian friction would succumb to future changes in warfare, or whether such impediments reflect more enduring aspects of war that technology can but marginally affect.
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