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The capability to use various frequencies of energy to affect changes in the brain and cognition has been around for years, but recent events in Cuba and China may indicate an increase in the threat of their use as neuroweapons. (image credit: Saad Faruque)
On 21 August, Information Analysis Center (IAC) Field S&T Advisor staff to the Combatant Commands attended a SOFWERX Radical Speaker Series event related to neuroweapons...
June 18, 2018 | Source: War On The Rocks, warontherocks.com, 23 May 2018, Phillip Lohaus
Phillip Lohaus is currently a Research Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on special operations forces, the intelligence community, and competitive...
June 18, 2018 | Source: CyberScoop, cyberscoop.com, 28 June 2018, Ryan Duffy
By the Senate Armed Services Committee’s estimation, the United States has held back in cyberspace. The committee is angling to change that with the latest National Defense...
June 2, 2018 | Source: CNBC News, cnbc.com, 3 May 2018, Daniel Dobrygowski
President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith of Microsoft in April told the RSA cybersecurity conference about attacks that don't involve tanks and warplanes, but bytes and bots...
March 12, 2018 | Source: War on the Rocks, warontherocks.com, 14 December 2017 , Philip D. O’Neill, Jr.
In the future, the American defense establishment’s engagement with the private sector will vary with the mission. The arms-length procurement requirements of a dedicated...
December 18, 2017 | Source: Real Clear Defense, realcleardefense.com, 6 November 2017, Jahara Matisek & Ian Bertram
Earlier this year, The Strategy Bridge asked university and professional military education students to participate in our first annual writing contest by sending us their...