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Topic - Francesca Spidalieri
"There can be little doubt that military conflict in the future will contain a cyber component," said the study's author, Francesca Spidalieri, a researcher at the Pell Center for International Relations at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I.
"Yet, the training of America's next generation of military leaders remains locked in time, focused on traditional military paradigms and traditional rules of war, and too often failing to convey an understanding of the underpinning of the new digital battlefield," Ms. Spidalieri said.