Dragon Bytes by Timothy Thomas
This book reads as basic counter-intelligence chaff. Its scattered analysis uses verifiable external facts as a foundation, and then proceeds to get lost in its own musings. Regardless, it has a couple good moments as it lays the foundation, i.e. when reviewing how to beat someone (say the US), you just need to survive longer than anyone else has the will to fight. So it makes sense to use whatever means (the media) to sap the limited staying power of a split democracy.