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International Bulletin of Political Psychology

Missile Defense

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Trends. Truth And Narrative: The Case Of Ballistic Missile Defense, Editor Sep 2000

Trends. Truth And Narrative: The Case Of Ballistic Missile Defense, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, and the politics and the narrative politicians tell themselves for pragmatic purposes.


Trends. Are The Bush Missile Defense Guidelines Defensible?, Editor May 2000

Trends. Are The Bush Missile Defense Guidelines Defensible?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses George W. Bush as a US Presidential candidate providing guidelines on the viability and nature of an anti-ballistic missile defense system for the United States, emphasizing the need for public discourse.


Trends. Prisoners Of Time: Discourses On Antimissile Defense Systems, Editor May 2000

Trends. Prisoners Of Time: Discourses On Antimissile Defense Systems, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses positions for and against a US antimissile defense system in the context of differing interpretations of time.


Reification Of The Is: Logical Fallacies And Ballistic Missile Defense Mar 1999

Reification Of The Is: Logical Fallacies And Ballistic Missile Defense

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the illogic that seems to underlie support for fielding ballistic missile defenses against ballistic missiles that carry nuclear warheads and that target the United States.


Trends. Missile Defense Legislation: Script Analysis And The Real Issue, Editor Sep 1998

Trends. Missile Defense Legislation: Script Analysis And The Real Issue, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the United States (U.S.) Senate vote that came one shy of ending a filibuster related to blocking legislation that would require establishing a national defense against long-range missiles as soon as the technology becomes available.