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Don't miss this fascinating article on "dark" networks (a more PC word
that "terrorist"). I want to add to this that I recently met an
acquaintance of one of the authors, a top level colonel who had returned
from Afghanistan the day before. He said that he worked closely with
the author, that he did SNA almost daily and that the type of thinking
in this paper was important in the current strategy there.
This paper gets to the roots of SNA because it has a sociological
application, it is well written and give insight into important current
events. It is one of the most interesting I have seen in a while.
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