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Wealth of Nations : The Future of War: How Globalization is Changing the Security Paradigm

Capt. Johnny Sokolosky Jr., U.S. Army, MILITARY REVIEW, 2016년 발간

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On 11 September 2001, the world experienced a cataclysmic event that has since defined U.S. national security policy. While the United States shifted its focus to the increasing threat of transnational terrorism, globalization continued to wield its influence. At the most basic level, globalization is the integration of trade, ideas, services, information, technologies, 

and communications. A gradual movement toward globalization has existed since the birth of civilizations, but in the past few decades the phenomenon exponentially progressed with advances in communication and transportation technologies. The range of modern globalization’s effects is quite significant. At the local level, globalization allows citizens to drink relatively inexpensive coffee from 2nd Place, 2015 DePuy Contest Winner(Illustration by Michael Hogg, Army Press)

Ethiopia at Starbucks. At the strategic level, globalization is responsible for rapid growth in emerging economies such as China and India. While the effects of globalization are widely contested and not fully understood, what is becoming clear is that globalization is a force that is significantly changing how the world works. Predicting the future of war is a fool’s errand, but an examination of global trends provides insightful clues to the security environment that will shape how the United States conducts war in the future. As a result of globalization, the security environment the United States now faces is shifting away from interstate conflict. Therefore, its military strategy must reflect this change by enhancing its capacity to project power in a future dominated by intrastate conflict, transnational terrorism, and urbanization. The following sections will address these global trends and provide recommendations for how we can face the challenges that stem from them despite the fiscal realities at home. 

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- Decline of Interstate Conflict

- Rise of Intrastate Conflict

- Effect on Transnational Terrorism

- Growth of Urbanization

- The Way Ahead

- Conclusion

 

 

 

 

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