martedì 17 febbraio 2015
"Bin Laden viewed his terrorism as a prologue to a caliphate he did not expect to see in his lifetime. His organization was flexible, operating as a geographically diffuse network of autonomous cells. The Islamic State, by contrast, requires territory to remain legitimate, and a top-down structure to rule it. (Its bureaucracy is divided into civil and military arms, and its territory into provinces.)"
Bin Laden, orizzontale e a rete. ISIS, gerarchico-funzionale e così ventesimo secolo (prima metà).
What ISIS Really Wants, di Graeme Wood. The Atlantic, marzo 2015.
Pubblicato da Lucio Picci a 21:51