A simple definition of Asymmetric Warfare.
When weapons were small, and societies nomadic, War was considered a contest of strength. While weapons developed as time went on, they did so uniformly. War became a test of numbers, the biggest armies tended to be the most victorious. Then came the age of technology. Societies competed on a range of levels for better machinery and more technologically advanced weapons, the bigger the bomb, the stronger the power. In the late 20th and the more sensationalized 21st century, war has become asymmetrical as larger powers equalize the technology of their weapons and, in most ...
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