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New Article in Psychology Today by Peter T. Coleman - Communicating with Rogue States: The Power of the Weak

Syria, North Korea, and Iran. Today these three nations share the dubious distinction of being labeled by the international community as well-armed rogue states ruled by leaders who are insane, criminal, or worse and who pose grave threats to regional stability and peace. They also share the fact that they have completely stymied the UN, the US and most of the international community, who currently appear to have few viable solutions on the table for mitigating the escalating hostilities and rhetoric.
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-five-percent/201304/communicating-rogue-states-the-power-the-weak

Published Monday, Apr. 15, 2013

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New Article in Psychology Today by Peter T. Coleman - Communicating with Rogue States: The Power of the Weak

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-five-percent/201304/communicating-rogue-states-the-power-the-weak
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