The Pentagon's 'Psychological Kevlar Act of 2007' puts forward the idea of using different drugs to insulate combat soldiers from the stressful psychological element of killing. It is also said that it could maximize soldiers' lethality by bypassing their moral autonomy. Pravda.Ru has interviewed a war expert to find out more about it.
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