network war
 n.— «In a network war, the rigid hierarchical structure of a conventional army has difficulty engaging the flattened structure of a hybrid force such as Hezbollah, in which the sophistication of a conventional force is packed into a horizontal cell structure.» —“Know thine enemy” by Paul McGeough in Nabatiyeh, Lebanon The Age (Melbourne, Australia) Aug. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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