by J Michael Waller Insight magazine, 15 April 2002 At the ancient Egyptian temple city of Luxor six men clad in police uniforms flagged down two busloads of Japanese and European tourists, seized them and drove the buses across the dunes toward the Valley of the Queens. The men raked the buses with gunfire, then hacked and stabbed the terrified passengers...
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This website is devoted to ways and means of defeating the enemy without fighting him, what we call political warfare. Ancient Chinese general Sun Tzu had a similar concept, which has been translated as "the acme of skill."
The site is especially inspired by Samuel Adams, arguably the father of the American Revolution, whose use of political warfare as an instrument of strategic influence inspired divided colonists to seek independence and a new political system.
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PoliticalWarfare.org is edited by Dr J. Michael Waller, who for 14 years was the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at a graduate school of national security affairs in Washington, DC. He is Managing Director of Oceanic Advisors, LLC, a company that provides strategic consulting services to public- and private-sector entities.
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