Asura's Asura Roga attack inflicts Rage status on random party members, including your character. It's also one of the more infuriating attacks because it swipes control of the party away from the player, potentially making the player rage at their DS. The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You from Asura's Hate Plague!
As mentioned above, Law and Chaos are color coded as Blue and Red. These are also the colors of the Investigation Team and the Strike Team, respectively. Remember which units Zelenin and Jimenez belonged to?
To go one further with Zelenin, the game's 20 Minutes into the Future setting and her being seemingly in her late twenties mean that, in all likelihood, she wasn't a child of the Communist era at all, but rather The '90s, when Russia had been left economically ruined and politically chaotic following the Soviet Union's collapse. She likely longed for law and order well before she went into the Schwartzwelt - perhaps even idolizing the Soviet era despite never actually living through it.
On Jimenez' end, he's probably roughly the same age as Zelenin. A little too young to remember the Cold War, but old enough to remember the vast differences between the relatively-if-not-entirely stable Bill Clinton era and the oppressive buildup of government power under Dubya. He remembers Team God giving power to someone who probably didn't deserve it, he remembers how the rich got richer and the poor got so much poorer during that time, and because he's a soldier, he might have experienced the War on Terror firsthand if he was old enough. Losing friends to the guns of The Other Team God certainly explains his initial hesitance to get close to anyone on this mission, as well. No wonder he went Chaos: between all the damage he saw done by the will of people acting in God's name, joining the other team just made sense.
On top of that, consider that the United States is well-known for its huge military budget, while Japan's modern armed forces have historically been designed for national self-defense and not much else.
Making him American adds a touch of closeness to his relationship with Jimenez, who is also American in both versions.
The computers can't detect the mental parasite. Mitra had some experimental data about them. The parasite's effects grow worse over time. Now look at how Norris behaved in Bootes and how Jimenez acted at times in Carina. Did the parasites really first appear in Delphinus...?
"Fridge" nothing. The first time you meet Mitra, a Bifrons asks about "the delivery" and Mitra tells him to take it to "the squandered nation". That's the name of Delphinus's theme music. The demons were working on that parasite for a very long time.
The "A Squandered Nation" theme is that of Sector Carina. The theme for Sector Delphinus is "A Rotten Nation".