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Fear as A Weapon The Effects of Psychological Warfare on Domestic and International Politics

December 1, 2005 No Comment

By Daniele Ganser, World Affairs, Vol.9, No.4, Winter 2005

When we think of weapons, our mind most often conjures up images of military hardware. We think of guns and tanks on land, guided missiles and fighter jets in the air, aircraft carriers and submarines in the sea, and satellites in space. But arguably the most effective, the most dangerous and the most secret weapons are those that we cannot see at all. Fear is one of them.

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