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Lights making shapesSpeed and adaptability become all-important as asymmetric warfare becomes the norm. Twenty-eight nations now have weapons-grade plutonium. Troops must deal with the proliferation of proxies, collapsing governments and humanitarian disasters beyond the scope of anything seen previously. Turmoil in Arab nations, and weapons proliferation poses new risks. Coalition building around specific problems becomes more common, making the survival of existing alliances such as NATO problematic.


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