Difference between revisions of "Fourth-generation warfare"

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'''Fourth-generation warfare''' (4GW) is a conflict in which there is a blurring of the separation between  war/politics and combatants/civilians. 4GW wars are more decentralized in terms of their command and control.  
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'''Fourth-generation warfare''' (4GW) is a conflict in which there is a blurring of the separation between  [[war]]/[[politics]] and combatants/civilians. 4GW wars are more decentralized in terms of their command and control.  
  
 
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[[Category:Warfare]]

Latest revision as of 03:20, September 2, 2016

Fourth-generation warfare (4GW) is a conflict in which there is a blurring of the separation between war/politics and combatants/civilians. 4GW wars are more decentralized in terms of their command and control.