Edited by George Perkovich; Ariel E. Levite. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2017. 297 pp. Index. Illus. $34.93.
Reviewed by Lieutenant Raymond Dennis, U.S. Navy
Each time we access the internet or use our mobile devices, the effect of cyber technologies on society is clear. Conversely, how cyber conflict—its weapons; its manner of employment—occurs is perplexing to most. George Perkovich and Ariel Levite of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace have teamed to compile essays that aim to demystify cyber conflict.