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Trends. Iran, Iraq, And Dual Containment: The Unbalanced Balance, Editor Dec 1997

Trends. Iran, Iraq, And Dual Containment: The Unbalanced Balance, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses his views on whether or not US policy should change in regards to Iran and Iraq in the wake of allegedly conciliatory comments towards the USG made by Iranian President Mohammed Khatami and of continued noncompliance by Saddam Hussein with United Nations (UN)-mandated sanctions.


Trends. The Inspection Crisis: The Iraqi-Us Scorecard, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. The Inspection Crisis: The Iraqi-Us Scorecard, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this analysis, the author further discusses the UN inspections for nuclear arms in Iraq.


Comments On Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The Inspection Crisis: What Iraqi Error In Judgment? Nov 1997

Comments On Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The Inspection Crisis: What Iraqi Error In Judgment?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The Editor continues his diatribe of the Iraqi-UN crisis.


Trends. Miscalculating Miscalculations: Why Iraqi Threats Against The United States (Us) Make Sense, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. Miscalculating Miscalculations: Why Iraqi Threats Against The United States (Us) Make Sense, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the political and psychological impact of of Iraq actions against the US in regards to UN generated nuclear inspections .


Trends. Libya, Iraq, And Sanctions-Busting Through Common Decency Sep 1997

Trends. Libya, Iraq, And Sanctions-Busting Through Common Decency

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses UN placed sanctions against Libya related to the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am aircraft in flight in which 270 people died.


How Can Taiwan Enter The United Nations?: Implications Of The Roc's Quest For International Recognition, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang Jan 1997

How Can Taiwan Enter The United Nations?: Implications Of The Roc's Quest For International Recognition, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

Most existing literature on the issue of Taiwan's admittance into the United Nations (UN) focuses on why Taiwan should have a seat in the UN, by invoking the UN's principle of universality. This paper focuses on how: the strategies and approaches.1

The government of the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan has so far adopted an open-ended yet passive strategy. In 1993 it knocked on the UN's door for the first time since 1971, when the People's Republic of China (PRC) replaced it in the UN. Taiwan requested seven Central American states to ask the ...