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CONTENTS of 2030s state-of-the-art war technologies

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Cyberwar today is a curiously unbalanced affair, with the most advanced nations being most vulnerable to it, and any less technologically sophistocated enemies being largely immune. Thus, the developed nations tend more often to play defense in cyberwar, and their cruder enemies offense.

-- Monitoring Emerging Military Technologies ["http://www.fas.org/faspir/pir0295.html"], Volume 48. No. 1, Journal of the Federation of American Scientists January/February 1995; apparent author Steven Aftergood

-- Predictions for the new millennium By LANCE GAY, October 25, 1999, Nando Media/Scripps Howard News Service, http://www.nandotimes.com

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