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1998

Deterrence

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Nuclear Psychologies: On The First Use Of Nuclear Weapons And Reductions In Nuclear Arsenals, Editor Dec 1998

Nuclear Psychologies: On The First Use Of Nuclear Weapons And Reductions In Nuclear Arsenals, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes how the psychological rationales for, and the consequences of, the same nuclear policies can be constructed very differently by different groups of nuclear policymakers. Some possible rationales for these differences are offered.


Words And Actions: The Referent As A Problem In The Deterrence Of Nuclear Weapons Employment, Editor Aug 1998

Words And Actions: The Referent As A Problem In The Deterrence Of Nuclear Weapons Employment, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes difficulties in identifying action referents of the word deterrence. These difficulties pose a significant problem for developing and implementing security policies against adversaries' employment of weapons of mass destruction.


Trends. Pakistan Evens The Score: Do We Need An Overtime?, Editor May 1998

Trends. Pakistan Evens The Score: Do We Need An Overtime?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the recent Pakistani government nuclear detonations.


Trends. Nuclear Tests In India: Is The Buddha Smiling?, Editor May 1998

Trends. Nuclear Tests In India: Is The Buddha Smiling?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses nuclear testing in India.


Why Bombing Iraq As Punishment Is Contraindicated Jan 1998

Why Bombing Iraq As Punishment Is Contraindicated

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological contraindications for bombing Iraq in response to continually impeding the work of the United Nations (U.N.) Special Commission (UNSCOM).