This article in wired.com
discusses the issue of security and the difference between being securing and feeling secure. The article touches on many issues that we study in Sun Tzu's strategy including the limits on information
, the way in which objective and subjective perceptions feed each other and the pivotal role of mission or philosophy, what the author calls the "agenda," in helping us understand the picture. However, he also doesn't realize that there is the methods of Sun Tzu's strategy can improve our decisions based on limited information despite the fact that information is always flawed.