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American Politics

Ballistic Missile Defense

2000

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Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense Systems And Rhetorical Madness, Ibpp Editor Jun 2000

Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense Systems And Rhetorical Madness, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes examples of political rhetoric on anti-ballistic missile defense systems from the two main presidential candidates in the United States. These examples may be undone by their consequential implications for military and politico-military deterrence and the development and proliferation of nuclear weapons even as they may garner success as campaign attack vehicles.


Ballistic Missile Defense And Security Threats: Whistle-Blowing Syndromes, Ibpp Editor Mar 2000

Ballistic Missile Defense And Security Threats: Whistle-Blowing Syndromes, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes misinformation and disinformation threats to United States Government (USG) security that have been too often ignored in public discourse on ballistic missile defense policy.