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Military acronym watch: ‘TKC.’ Also, do we have a fundamental right to party?

Reading an old issue of International Review of the Red Cross, I came across a military acronym I hadn’t seen before: "TKC," for "traditional kinetic conflict." The article pointed out something I hadn’t seen before, that several nations, including France, Spain and Finland, have "declared that access to the Internet is a fundamental right of ...

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Reading an old issue of International Review of the Red Cross, I came across a military acronym I hadn’t seen before: "TKC," for "traditional kinetic conflict."

The article pointed out something I hadn’t seen before, that several nations, including France, Spain and Finland, have "declared that access to the Internet is a fundamental right of their societies."

So, do we still have to fight for our right to party?

Thomas E. Ricks covered the U.S. military from 1991 to 2008 for the Wall Street Journal and then the Washington Post. He can be reached at ricksblogcomment@gmail.com.

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