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The problem is, those battlespaces are very poorly developed, both in infrastructure terms -- shitty broadband penetration -- and perceptual terms.
The Green Mile, and from there to the un-funhouse-mirror emotional battlespaces of
In this context, what implications do "feral" Third World cities, "rogue" cities organized along non-Western ideas of urban space and infrastructure, and "wild" cities reclaimed by nature, have for the battlespaces of today and tomorrow? fourth generation warfare and urban studies.
As we have noted previously, there are two battlespaces in the war against jihadism: the physical and the ideological.
Right now, if I want to find out more about the development of the Afghan Air Corps, or what’s going on in particular battlespaces, or with certain development programs, I can probably eventually dig up either a post on a blog such asAfghanistan Shrugged, or a DoD Bloggers’ Roundtable, or an official report from a military command such as CSTC-A.