An enemy complex is in modern psychology a mental disorder in which a person falsely believes he or she is surrounded by enemies. Additional disorders of the mind generally accompanied with an enemy complex include paranoia and low-self esteem.
American historian Robert C. Tucker used the phrase in his 1988 book Stalin as Revolutionary to describe the mental state of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.
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