"This book examines the interaction between technology and international relations.... Sanders concludes that managing technology to gain maximum social benefit is an integral part of political wisdom; technology should influence statesmen concerned with world politics just as world politics affect the direciton of technology.... This volume is an outstanding contribution to a field little understood and even less written about than one might imagine."- The Friday Review of Defense Literature
Hooah, Another Military-Esque School to Boost Grades: So Far, So Good. (Notebook: Education Information from Schools, Business, Research and Professional Organizations) Pascopella, Angela.
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Virginia Universities Team Up on Nation's Cyber Security; Focus on Public Policy and Law Gives Research Effort Unique Focus. (Tech Talk) Roach, Ronald.
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Research Universities in the New Security Environment: Some Hasty Government Responses to September 11 Posed Problems for Universities; with a More Collaborative Approach, Higher Education Can Play a Vital Role Greenwood, M. R. C. Riordan, Donna Gerardi.
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How Guns Can Help Medical Research; Can the Performance of Britain's Military Industrial Complex Be Seen as a Role Model for the Health Service? Dr Steven Cutts Explains Cutts, Steven.
The Birmingham Post (England), November 2, 1998