Content, Cognition and Connectivity: information and National Security
Representatives from the Afghan National Security Forces take notes and react after an information report came into the Operations Coordination Center Province-Kandahar (Photo:  Senior Airman Daryl Knee, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)  



Jeffrey L. Caton, John H. Greenmyer, Jeffrey L. Groh, and William O. Waddell

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Information as Power is a refereed anthology of United States Army War College papers related to information as an element of national power, compiled by the Information in Warfare Working Group of the U.S. Army War College. The anthology provides a resource for USAWC graduates, senior military officers, and interagency national security practitioners to better understand the information element of power and to better address related national security issues.

This fifth volume provides eight USAWC AY2010 resident student papers; four of the papers address 'Information Effects in the Cognitive Dimension' and four address 'Information Effects in the Cyberspace Domain.'

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