Jihadist use of the internet to distribute information and multimedia content is closely aligned with John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt’s concept of “Netwar:” jihadists’ leaderless, yet “networked organizational structure”...KEEP READING
New CPD Perspectives: Netwar in Cyberia
"Netwar in Cyberia: Decoding the Media Mujahidin" dives deep into the elusive world of network-driven terrorism, which is particularly well-suited to evade top-down, traditional CVE methods.
"No public diplomacy initiative can expect to counter the impact of the jihadist movement until they have understood what that movement is trying to achieve," writes Fisher, warning that claims of ISIS' decline can be shortsighted. "This interconnected network constantly reconfigures itself, much as a swarm of bees or flock of birds constantly reorganizes in mid-flight."
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