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Pike: Mideast Munitions

Interviewee: John E. Pike
Interviewer: Elisabeth Smick
July 26, 2006

Reports of violence in the Middle East are filled with references to missile and rocket fire. In this podcast, John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org, discusses the difference between the terms "rocket" and "missile", and explains which weapons are being used in the current Mideast conflict. He says it is important for the press to be precise when using military terminology.

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