What I Learned This Week

The real cyberwar begins. Will the openness of the U.S. put it at a severe disadvantage in the coming non-traditional but inevitable conflict in the “gray zone.”

This may be the greatest unintended consequence of Trump’s war and it is only the first phase of the new “gray zone,” which will dominate relations between opposing countries for generations to come. The investment implications are enormous. “Mastering the Gray Zone: Understanding a Changing Era of Conflict,” is a U.S. Army War College book that explores many of the unconventional methods that would be used in the emerging multipolar world. The “gray zone” represents an incremental and gradual form of conflict, fought on non-traditional battlefronts, by nations seeking to undermine and weaken their opponents. U.S./China trade disagreements quickly morphed into a race for technological an…

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