Video Games and the Militarization of Society
Chapter 9. The Information Empire
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THE INFORMATION EMPIRE
American culture is the culture of the unafraid.
—Major Ralph Peters, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, U.S. Army (1997, p. 5)
Just as wealth is no longer measured by the ostentation of wealth but by the secret circulation of speculative capital, so war is not measured by being waged but by its speculative unfolding in an abstract, electronic and informational space, the same space in which capital moves.
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