information warfare

Donald Trump won the electoral college vote, but lost the popular vote by more than 2.5 million votes. Or did he lose both
Information warfare requires an infrastructure of broadcasting, social media, and other communication assets that can direct messages to the same audiences the Russians target, but do so more effectively.
An early draft of his article explicitly suggested the killing of law professors.
For the last few weeks commentators, politicians and many sectors of the western public have been perhaps surprised by Vladimir Putin's somewhat reconciliatory tone towards the U.S. and the West.
Think of the Olympic torch coverage in a context beyond Tibet, beyond China, beyond the Olympics -- namely "asymmetric" information warfare.