June 3, 2013

NATO's Next War - in Cyberspace

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Wall Street Journal

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The Atlantic Alliance protected its members during the age of the Berlin Wall. We must be prepared to protect them during the age of the firewall.

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TAGGED: NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Europe, cyberspace, Cyberwarfare


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