Lawfare: A Supporting Arm in Modern Conflict
By David B. Harris & Aaron Eitan Meyer
The twentieth century, like each previous century, has seen shifts in how wars are fought. To give an example, the large-scale tank battles of World War II have not been seen since the Sinai battleground of the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Yet the biggest shift in military development does not lie in technological upgrades of vehicles and weapons, but in tactical application; a notable manifestation being terrorism.