Annihilation from Within: The Ultimate Threat to Nations

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The great value of Mr. Ikle's book: to make us consider the worst. -- Walter Laqueur The Wall Street Journal 11/2/2006 Should be on every Pentagon reading list. -- Austin Bay Washington Times 12/13/2006 Ikle addresses a reality we prefer to ignore. -- George Walden Bloomberg 1/5/2007 A sobering exploration of the perils of progress. -- Eric Cohen Weekly Standard 2/26/2007 A book that should be read by every serious citizen, especially those responsible for our national security. -- R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. American Spectator July/August 2007 A grim assessment of America's vulnerability. -- David Ignatius Washington Post 7/5/07 An extremely important and readable book... that requires attention. -- Richard W. Rahn The Washington Times 8/15/07

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The great value of Mr. Ikl 's book: to make us consider the worst. -- Walter Laqueur The Wall Street Journal Should be on every Pentagon reading list. -- Austin Bay Washington Times Ikl addresses a reality we prefer to ignore. -- George Walden Bloomberg A sobering exploration of the perils of progress. -- Eric Cohen Weekly Standard A book that should be read by every serious citizen, especially those responsible for our national security. -- R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. American Spectator A grim assessment of America's vulnerability. -- David Ignatius Washington Post An extremely important and readable book... that requires attention. -- Richard W. Rahn The Washington Times

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Descripción Columbia University Press, United States, 2006. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 211 x 147 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this eloquent and impassioned book, defense expert Fred Ikle predicts a revolution in national security that few strategists have grasped; fewer still are mindful of its historic roots. We are preoccupied with suicide bombers, jihadist terrorists, and rogue nations producing nuclear weapons, but these menaces are merely distant thunder that foretells the gathering storm. It is the dark side of technological progress that explains this emerging crisis. Globalization guarantees the spread of new technologies, whether beneficial or destructive, and this proliferation reaches beyond North Korea, Iran, and other rogue states. Our greatest threat is a cunning tyrant gaining possession of a few weapons of mass destruction. His purpose would not be to destroy landmarks, highjack airplanes, or attack railroad stations. He would annihilate a nation s government from within and assume dictatorial power. The twentieth century offers vivid examples of tyrants who have exploited major national disasters by rallying violent followers and intimidating an entire nation. To explain how we have become so vulnerable, Ikle turns to history.Some 250 years ago, science was freed from political and religious constraints, causing a cultural split in which one part of our culture remained animated by religion and politics while the other became guided by science. Since then, technological progress and the evolving political order march to different drummers. Science advances at an accelerating pace while religion and politics move along a zigzag course. This divergence will widen and endanger the survival of all nations. Drawing on his experience as a Washington insider, Ikle outlines practical measures that could readily be implemented to help us avert the worst disaster. Nº de ref. de la librería AAH9780231139526

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Descripción Columbia University Press, United States, 2006. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 211 x 147 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this eloquent and impassioned book, defense expert Fred Ikle predicts a revolution in national security that few strategists have grasped; fewer still are mindful of its historic roots. We are preoccupied with suicide bombers, jihadist terrorists, and rogue nations producing nuclear weapons, but these menaces are merely distant thunder that foretells the gathering storm. It is the dark side of technological progress that explains this emerging crisis. Globalization guarantees the spread of new technologies, whether beneficial or destructive, and this proliferation reaches beyond North Korea, Iran, and other rogue states. Our greatest threat is a cunning tyrant gaining possession of a few weapons of mass destruction. His purpose would not be to destroy landmarks, highjack airplanes, or attack railroad stations. He would annihilate a nation s government from within and assume dictatorial power. The twentieth century offers vivid examples of tyrants who have exploited major national disasters by rallying violent followers and intimidating an entire nation. To explain how we have become so vulnerable, Ikle turns to history.Some 250 years ago, science was freed from political and religious constraints, causing a cultural split in which one part of our culture remained animated by religion and politics while the other became guided by science. Since then, technological progress and the evolving political order march to different drummers. Science advances at an accelerating pace while religion and politics move along a zigzag course. This divergence will widen and endanger the survival of all nations. Drawing on his experience as a Washington insider, Ikle outlines practical measures that could readily be implemented to help us avert the worst disaster. Nº de ref. de la librería AAH9780231139526

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Descripción Columbia University Press, United States, 2006. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 211 x 147 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In this eloquent and impassioned book, defense expert Fred Ikle predicts a revolution in national security that few strategists have grasped; fewer still are mindful of its historic roots. We are preoccupied with suicide bombers, jihadist terrorists, and rogue nations producing nuclear weapons, but these menaces are merely distant thunder that foretells the gathering storm. It is the dark side of technological progress that explains this emerging crisis. Globalization guarantees the spread of new technologies, whether beneficial or destructive, and this proliferation reaches beyond North Korea, Iran, and other rogue states. Our greatest threat is a cunning tyrant gaining possession of a few weapons of mass destruction. His purpose would not be to destroy landmarks, highjack airplanes, or attack railroad stations. He would annihilate a nation s government from within and assume dictatorial power. The twentieth century offers vivid examples of tyrants who have exploited major national disasters by rallying violent followers and intimidating an entire nation. To explain how we have become so vulnerable, Ikle turns to history.Some 250 years ago, science was freed from political and religious constraints, causing a cultural split in which one part of our culture remained animated by religion and politics while the other became guided by science. Since then, technological progress and the evolving political order march to different drummers. Science advances at an accelerating pace while religion and politics move along a zigzag course. This divergence will widen and endanger the survival of all nations. Drawing on his experience as a Washington insider, Ikle outlines practical measures that could readily be implemented to help us avert the worst disaster. Nº de ref. de la librería BTE9780231139526

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