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Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage

David Morehouse - Parapsychology - 2000 - 258 pages
When David Morehouse - a highly decorated army officer - was hit by a stray bullet, he began to be plagued with visions and uncontrolled out-of-body experiences. As a ...
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Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing

David Morehouse - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 424 pages
Is it possible to see across space and time? Even those who accept that humans can reach beyond the conventional five senses typically think of psychics as "special" or "gifted ...
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Future Visions for U.S. Defense Policy: Four Alternatives Presented as ...

John Hillen - Political Science - 1998 - 81 pages
"Though threats to American security have changed dramatically in the last decade, U.S. defense policy and military forces look a lot like they did during the closing days of ...
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U.S.-Russian Naval Cooperation

Charles A. Meconis, Boris Nikolaevich Makeev - History - 1996 - 172 pages
Outlines present U.S.-Russian naval cooperation and makes suggestions for the future.
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Global Arms Production: Policy Dilemmas for the 1990s

Ethan B. Kapstein - Business & Economics - 1992 - 259 pages
Why do states collaborate in the production of advanced weaponry? Under what conditions do such collaborative arrangements succeed? What are the implications of armaments ...
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Nuclear Fallacies: How We Have Been Misguided Since Hiroshima

Robert W. Malcolmson - Political Science - 1985 - 152 pages
The world changed irrevocably after Hiroshima, in ways we are only now beginning to understand. Our perceptions of life have been dramatically altered. The polemics of various ...
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Why War? Why an Army?

John M. House - History - 2008 - 224 pages
What is the purpose of war? It is destructive. It causes great anguish and is responsible for countless deaths. Society condemns those people and nations that initiate war ...
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