The Art of War by Baron De Jomini was considered by most military experts at the time of the Civil War to be the most definitive work on strategy and warfare. Even today, it is highly regarded as a seminal work in the development of strategy.
Just one year ago, Chinese leaders were still very assertive and eagerly bragging about China’s various achievements through state propaganda apparatuses. These included the documentary film “Amazing China” that opened across the nation in March this year, the notion repeatedly pitched by mainland officialdom that the Belt and Road Initiative is saving the world economy,… […]
With presentations ranging from “Anatomy of a Phish” to “Sun Tzu’s Art of War Applied to Cyber Operations,” AvengerCon has tripled in size in just 3 years. The hacker-style convention, hosted by the 781st Military Intelligence Battalion Nov. 26-27 at Fort George G. Meade’s McGill Training Center, was open to all service members, DoD civilians and […]
A conversation with C.C. Tsai, a Chinese artist and illustrator of Sunzi’s classic “The Art of War” (Princeton University Press, 2018), translated into English by Brian Bruya. When C.C. Tsai decided to adapt Sunzi’s “The Art of War” into a more contemporary format more than 30 years ago, his ambition was to breathe new […]
There’s no war before or since that evoked so many voices from the arts as did the first world war. Until then the great empires had shaped the world and the ruling classes were close to each other. There was a sense of order. Then came huge social, as well as artistic, change.
Teachers and educators can bring The Art of War by Sun Tzu into the classroom. Discovery Education provides free lesson plans which can be adapted easily to your audience. The Lesson Plan Library offers high school lesson plans covering all major school subjects and special interests. Source: The Art Of War | Free Lesson […]