Saddam Hussein’s psychology can be described in terms of the syndrome of “malignant narcissism.” The core components of this syndrome are pathological narcissism, antisocial (psychopathic) features, paranoid traits, and unconstrained aggression.
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Summary: Psychological assessment of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, leadership style implications of Kim’s personality profile, and North Korea threat assessment with respect to U.S. national security.
Profile Hints at Putin Mindset Russian president’s ambitious nature means he’ll never let West get ahead of him By Joe Trenzeluk St. Cloud Times August...
Deposing Saddam Hussein has empowered Iran, with its nuclear ambitions, and placed Iraq under the control of Islamist Shiite leaders closely aligned with Iran — thereby creating an infinitely more serious threat to U.S. national security in the region than existed before the invasion.