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We must learn what to do if the lights go out

In The News, 10 May 2019
Modern Deterrence, Military Sciences
Late last month, as troops at Fort Bragg, the United States’ largest military base, were conducting a deployment exercise, the power went out. For hours, the 50,000-odd soldiers and officers at the base struggled to carry on with their work, the inconvenience compounded by the fact that they had no idea what had happened.
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Elisabeth Braw
Associate Fellow

Elisabeth Braw is an associate fellow; she directs the Modern Deterrence programme, which focuses on how governments, business and civil... read more