The Greenwood Encyclopedia of International Relations - Vol. 2

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Rubén E. Moro, History of the South Atlantic Conflict (1989).
fallout. Dust and other material, irradiated by a nuclear explosion, that falls back to the earth’s surface, where it poisons animals, people, and plants for years and even decades afterward.
false flag recruitment. When an intelligence operative or source is deluded into providing information to what he or she thinks is the agent of one country, who is in fact a double agent working for a third country.
falsification. The research effort to prove a hypothesis incorrect in order to exclude it as an explanation. The term was introduced by philosopher of science Karl Popper (1902–1994), who argued that this was the only way scientific knowledge accumulates. Proving theories true is not possible, he said; one may only prove them false, partial, or incomplete. See also causation; paradigm; variable.
Falun Gong.See China.
family reunification. (1) In immigration: A basic principle for permitting follow-up immigration once a primary family member has become established. (2) In human rights: An issue over which diplomaticintervention frequently takes place and in which governments plead with other states on humanitarian grounds not to divide families by refusing exit visas to some members. It was very important to Germany during the Cold War and therefore became a central weave in the human rights “basket” of the Helsinki Accords. It remains a concern in numerous civil wars and interethnic conflicts.
famine. Food scarcity to the point of starvation for large numbers of people. Famine was a chronic problem in China, especially in the eighteenth and

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  • Title Page iv
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xxi
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