A Commentary on “Without Sky”
by Brian L. Steed
the Russian conceptualization of modern warfare
Bret Perry, “Non-Linear Warfare in Ukraine: The Critical Role of Information Operations and Special Operations,” Small Wars Journal [14 August 2015]. [accessed 5 January 2017].
Renz, Bettina and Hanna Smith, editors, After “Hybrid Warfare,” What Next? Understanding and Responding to Contemporary Russia, Finland Prime Minister's Office, 27 October 2016. [accessed 16 November 2016].
“Without Sky” on line
Surkov, Vladislav (published under the pseudonym Natan Dubovitsky), “Without Sky,” first published as an annex to the magazine Russian Pioneer, No 46 (May 2014). [accessed 2 December 2016].
“And No Respite.”
Islamic State, “And No Respite,” al-Furqan Media [24 November 2015]. Also available at YouTube. [accessed 25 March 2017]. This video is available through the Jihadology website at the current link.
there is no victory
I refer the reader to a masterful work on the subject of the changing nature in the definition of victory in war: William C. Martel. 2007. Victory in War: Foundations of Modern Military Policy. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Perry, Bret, “Non-Linear Warfare in Ukraine: The Critical Role of Information Operations and Special Operations,” Small Wars Journal [14 August 2015]. [accessed 5 January 2017].
Naji, Abu Bakr, The Management of Savagery: The Most Critical Stage Through Which the Umma Will Pass. Cambridge, Massachusetts: John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, 23 May 2006. [accessed 18 April 2018].
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