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Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: USAF Counterproliferation Center, 2002. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. v, , 325,  pages. Notes. Contributors. Barry R. Schneider is the former Director, U.S. Air Force Counterproliferation Center, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Author of and contributor to numerous books, including Know Thy Enemy (2002), The Gathering Biological Warfare Storm (2004); The World's Most Threatening Terrorist Networks and Criminal Gangs (2009); and Battlefield of the Future: 21st Century Warfare Issues - Air Theory for the 21st Century (2012). Jerrold M. Post (February 8, 1934 — November 22, 2020) was an American psychiatrist and author. He was an analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) and the founder of the Center for the Analysis of Personality and Political Behavior. Post created a number of "psychobiographies" on notable individuals during his tenure at the C.I.A. and is credited in some sources as inventing the field of political psychology. This diverse collection of articles includes discussions on strategic deterrence, the Muslim Brotherhood, Pakistan's leaders, North Korea's leadership, Iran's leadership, Iraq's past experience with Saddam Hussein, Syria's leadership, Libya's leadership, behavior models of adversaries, and the need for precise assessments of rivals.
Tokyo, Japan: CItizens' Nuclear Information Center, IMA Project, 1997. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Wraps. , xvi, 335,  pages. Tables. Figures. Acronyms, References. Ink notations and institutional stamp inside the front cover. Having been long involved in issues of Japanese and worldwide civil plutonium programs -- sharing worldwide concerns over safety, security, economics and social aspects of plutonium utilization--the Citizens' Nuclear Information Center felt it urgent to conduct an independent full scale impact assessment of MOX (mixed oxide of uranium and plutonium) use in light water reactors and applied for research grant of the Toyota Foundation in 1995. As the proposal was approved by Toyota, the International MOX Assessment (IMA) Project --was started in November 1995 as a two year project until the end of October 1997. The full title of the project is Comprehensive Social Impact Assessment of MOX (uranium-plutonium mixed oxide) Use in Light Water Reactors.