RaveLawfarePeter Singer and Emerson Brooking have written a new book...that is an eye-opening indictment of U.S. folly ... The book is filled with an astonishing array of anecdotes and exemplars, each more chilling than the last ... One useful aspect of LikeWar is how current information operations are contextualized with historical applications ... One of the most engaging and, for this reader, enlightening aspects of LikeWar is its attempt to capture what it is precisely that makes social media information campaigns so consequential. The authors’ conclusion—essentially that people are hard-wired to accept some types of information more readily than others—is distressing because it portends, ultimately, a lack of rationality in human information processing ... The picture Singer and Brooking paint of how social media is being weaponized is compelling, and one that ought to give pause to any practitioner in the field of national security. I am reluctant to be so effusive in my praise, but this is truly a must-read book.