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Food For Thought On Food As A Weapon In The Sudan, Editor Dec 1999

Food For Thought On Food As A Weapon In The Sudan, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes conceptual Issues surrounding a United States Government policy authorizing food assistance to armed opposition groups in southern Sudan.


Trends. Drug Addictions: National Policy On Illicit Drugs, Editor Dec 1999

Trends. Drug Addictions: National Policy On Illicit Drugs, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the proposed integrating of drug testing and treatment into the various phases of the criminal justice process.


Dumping Anti-Dumping Laws, Editor Dec 1999

Dumping Anti-Dumping Laws, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the rationales behind United States Government (USG) anti-dumping laws and finds such laws harmful to USG strategic interests.


Democracy, Political Violence, And The Problem Of We, Editor Nov 1999

Democracy, Political Violence, And The Problem Of We, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes an unsavory aspect of representative democracy that is less explored than most of its putative benefits.


Trends. Wanted: Russian Nuclear Security And A Primer On Russian Psychology, Editor Nov 1999

Trends. Wanted: Russian Nuclear Security And A Primer On Russian Psychology, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses whether or not the United States Government (USG) tax payer's dollars-if any-should be expended towards nuclear security in Russia.


Democratic Problems In Spreading Democracy, Editor Oct 1999

Democratic Problems In Spreading Democracy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes difficulties in causally linking programs intended to spread democracy with the appearance of democracy.


Fiction, Nonfiction, And Biography: Ronald Reagan, Edmund Morris, And The Lives Of Political Leaders, Editor Oct 1999

Fiction, Nonfiction, And Biography: Ronald Reagan, Edmund Morris, And The Lives Of Political Leaders, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores the dividing line between fiction and nonfiction in the biography of political leaders. Exemplifying this dividing line is the recent biography of former United States President Ronald Reagan by Edmund Morris.


Trends. Demise Of The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty And The Telling Quote, Editor Oct 1999

Trends. Demise Of The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty And The Telling Quote, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the Senate ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.


Reflections On National Character: Is The United States Still A Superpower?, Editor May 1999

Reflections On National Character: Is The United States Still A Superpower?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article comments on the construct of national character and then employs the construct to suggest that the United States (U.S.) Government and the US as a nation and nation-state may no longer warrant superpower status.


Trends. Warnings On Warnings About Polls, Editor Apr 1999

Trends. Warnings On Warnings About Polls, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the current president's foreign policy making efforts.


Sexual Scandals And Subtexts: The Next Wave Is The Last Wave Mar 1999

Sexual Scandals And Subtexts: The Next Wave Is The Last Wave

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies some possible implications of two recent sex scandals with political and politico-military overtones.


Reification Of The Is: Logical Fallacies And Ballistic Missile Defense Mar 1999

Reification Of The Is: Logical Fallacies And Ballistic Missile Defense

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the illogic that seems to underlie support for fielding ballistic missile defenses against ballistic missiles that carry nuclear warheads and that target the United States.


Trends. Immigration And Naturalization Service V. Aguirre, No. 97-1754: Can Crime Be Nonpolitical?, Editor Mar 1999

Trends. Immigration And Naturalization Service V. Aguirre, No. 97-1754: Can Crime Be Nonpolitical?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This articles discusses a recent Supreme Court case revolving around whether foreigners who have committed serious nonpolitical crimes outside the US are ineligible for refugee status regardless of the severity of persecution that would await them at their countries of origin.


Weapons Against Weapons: Effecting Gun Control Policy Mar 1999

Weapons Against Weapons: Effecting Gun Control Policy

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article critiques a recent editorial in The New Republic that compares lawsuit and lawmaking routes to effecting gun control policy.


Trends. Good Kurds, Bad Kurds, Curds And Whey, Editor Feb 1999

Trends. Good Kurds, Bad Kurds, Curds And Whey, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the US foreign policy towards the Kurds in Turkey and northern Iraq, and how the perspective varies by geography and national borders.


Trends. Malaysia And The Senate Trial Of President Clinton: Finally, The End: But To What End?, Editor Feb 1999

Trends. Malaysia And The Senate Trial Of President Clinton: Finally, The End: But To What End?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author takes a look at the ongoing trial in Malaysia of former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim.


Trends. The Senate Trial Of President Clinton: There's More Than One Way To Wag The Dog, Editor Jan 1999

Trends. The Senate Trial Of President Clinton: There's More Than One Way To Wag The Dog, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses "wagging the dog" as it relates to the current presidential scandal.


Privatization And The Private Psychology Of Social Security, Editor Jan 1999

Privatization And The Private Psychology Of Social Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a crucial psychological nexus that mitigates against governmental attempts to privatize social security programs.


Terrorists' Delight: The Soft Psychological Underbelly Of A Superpower In The Post-Cold War Era, Editor Jan 1999

Terrorists' Delight: The Soft Psychological Underbelly Of A Superpower In The Post-Cold War Era, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological vulnerabilities of the one remaining superpower that are being exploited by terrorist organizations--those that are state-sponsored and abetted and those sponsored and abetted by other political actors.