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Dr. Thomas E. Copeland is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA. He was a 2010 Fellow with the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy. His previous assignments include serving as Chief of Staff in the Government Services Division of LexisNexis, and as Director of Admissions at The Institute of World Politics. Dr. Copeland is the editor of Drawing a Line in the Sea: The 2010 Gaza Flotilla Incident and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Lexington Books, 2011); author of Fool Me Twice: Intelligence Failure and Mass Casualty Terrorism (Martinus Nijhoff, 2007); editor of The Information Revolution and National Security (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1999); and author of “Is the ‘New Terrorism’ Really New?” the Journal of Conflict Studies, Winter 1999/2000. Dr. Copeland holds a Ph.D. in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh.
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Edited by Mr. Thomas E. Copeland.
No nation has made more effective use of the information revolution than the United States, but none is more dependent on information technology. To protect American security, then, military leaders and defense policymakers must understand the information revolution.