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  • The Freakonomics of modern warfare

    Conn Iggulden
  • An important book

    Sir Richard Dearlove, former Director of MI6
  • Lively and provocative ... laced with examples from the history of conflict as well as his own career as a soldier

    Sir Lawrence Freedman
  • A thought-provoking book. Sean McFate has admirably captured the challenges we face with an evolving character of warfare. Technology and the pervasiveness of information have blurred the distinction between peace and war and have opened up seams that our opponents are ruthlessly exploiting, utilising weapons that don't need to go bang

    General Sir Nick Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff
  • Thought-provoking. Sean McFate puts his finger on key issues for Western security

    Jonathan Evans, former head of MI5
  • His iconoclastic book is being hailed by radicals as a wake-up call to governments and armed forces everywhere, to stop doing all the wrong things; to start doing a few right ones . . . Some of what he says makes more sense than much of what comes out of the Pentagon and the Ministry of Defence

    Max Hastings, Sunday Times
  • Radical thoughts on the West's approach to modern warfare

    Sunday Times, Must Reads
  • A fascinating and disturbing book

    Economist
  • Essential Reading

    General Stanley McChrystal
  • Stunning. McFate is the new Sun Tzu

    Admiral James Stavridis

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