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      Cyberspace and Naval Power

      Journal of Advanced Military Studies
      Marine Corps University Press

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          Seapower has come to cyberspace as a measure of the so-called greatest transfer of wealth in history given the efforts of China and other states to steal intellectual property online. But the first greatest transfer of wealth comprised Europe’s rise to prominence post-1500 ACE. What historians call the “rise of the West” came to fruition with a forfeiture of the ideological promise of sharing the benefits of Western civilization worldwide. Cyberspace promises to align both threads of the new naval power, economic gain, and ideological conviction, a novel change in the history of conflict at sea all made possible by the technical marvel of cyberspace.

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          Journal
          Journal of Advanced Military Studies
          JAMS
          Marine Corps University Press
          27702596
          2770260X
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          : 13
          : 2
          : 167-181
          Article
          10.21140/mcuj.20221302009
          443defe4-c9b6-4b3b-b35a-addbea538870
          © 2022

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          Theory of historical sciences,Political science,Modern history,General history,Contemporary history,History

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