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Control By Maddox Kent
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The only thing worse than losing control is having control... Tom Sinclair is a man of violence, a thug who beats up suspected paedophiles and burns down their houses. Doctor Kelly Orman is a woman... More > of science, a psychologist who regards even her own colleagues as hopelessly lacking in detachment. Tom helps Kelly to write a scholarly textbook about paedophiles and their victims, a book that she hopes will sweep away the knee-jerk hysterics and slavering headlines in favour of detachment and reason. But as her research deepens and long-buried memories of her own childhood start to resurface, can she keep the evil that men do at arm's length? Can she really hunt monsters without becoming a monster herself? Of course she can. She is rational. She won't let emotion affect her judgement. She won't.< Less
US Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and International Security Handbook By Int'l Business Publications USA
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US Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and International Security Handbook
US Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and International Security Handbook By IBP USA
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US Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and International Security Handbook
US Arms Control and International Security Policy Handbook By IBP USA
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US Arms Control and International Security Policy
US Arms Control and International Security Policy Handbook By IBP USA
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US Arms Control and International Security Policy
UK Arms Export Policy & Control Handbook By IBPUSA
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UK Arms Export Policy & Control: strategy, programs, regulations, contacts
Arms Control and European Security (Enlarged Edition) By Stephen J. Blank Investigation et al.
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The following three papers comprise one of the panels form a conference on U.S.-Russia relations that SSI co-sponsored with the Carnegie Council at Pocantico, NY, from June 1-3, 2011, Carnegie... More > Council's Program on “U.S. Global Engagement: A Two-Year Retrospective.” The papers offer three contrasting looks at one of the major issues in today’s arms control agenda, namely the future of the Conventional forces in Europe Treaty (CFE). The three papers are by leading experts in the field from the United States, United Kingdom, and Russia and provide a revealing glimpse into the very different assessments that are being made by those three governments and the difficult issues involved in attempting to regenerate the process that led to the original treaty in 1990. They also implicitly contribute to a better understanding of the intractabilities facing the major players in any effort to advance not only arms control but also European stability.< Less
Russia and the Current State of Arms Control (Enlarged Edition) By U.S. Army War College et al.
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Arms control remains the central issue in U.S.-Russian relations. This is so for many reasons, not least of which are the respective capabilities of these two states and their consequent... More > responsibility for preventing both nuclear proliferation and the outbreak of war between them. Thus the state of the bilateral relationship is usually directly proportional to the likelihood of their finding common ground on arms control. To the extent that they can find such ground, chances for an agreement on what have been the more intractable issues of regional security in Eurasia and the Third World grow, and the converse is equally true.< Less
Up In Arms By Angelow Three
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An in depth examination of America's 2nd Amendment and gun violence.
The Long Arm By gavin macdonald
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When the two Merton brothers are tortured and murdered, there is no shortage of suspects. Principal among these are the Merton sister, the two Douglas brothers, whose family have been feuding with... More > the Mertons for centuries and various inhabitants of the town of Auchenbland, which is controlled by the Mertons, who have suffered from the Mertons' arbitrary decisions. After an arson attack on the Mertons'family home and the torture and murder of the present tenant of the Merton Arms, Detective Sergeant Alistair MacRae is convinced that the former tenant of the inn, who was thrown out by the Mertons about a year previously, is responsible for the crimes. But Detective Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth shoots down his theory and, after a further murder, is able to arrive at the identity of the murderer by the use of some brilliant logical deductions.< Less

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