Cyber red teams are still able to gain the upper hand in major training exercises, and combatant command missions "remain at risk when subjected to cyber-attacks emulating an advanced nation-state adversary"
The Swedes called it a “strategic timeout”. Following the end of the cold war and throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Sweden scaled back its military and defence spending dramatically as it believed in a more peaceful world.
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