Artillery and doctrine in and out of context
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Humans at war will inscribe meaning into the deaths of battlefield companion machines. We already do it for animals.
Lessons for managing expectations in a long emergency from the protagonist of Duck and Cover.
In the imagined battlefields of the gamified past, there is only war.
Cry biomimicry and let loose the robot dogs of war
To tell the story of the lives of figures like Powell is to repeatedly encounter all the moments in which they prioritized service to power over…
On directing violence through the unknown knowns and fogs of forever war.
How a media distribution site and Public Affairs Officers shape public understanding of whether there is a war on.
Games, the Great Divergence, and the financial instruments of violence work
Longevity in warfare, and the functional waste the past hurls like a javelin at the future
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