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Mishandling The Mishandling Of Classified Information? The Wen Ho Lee Case, Editor Dec 1999

Mishandling The Mishandling Of Classified Information? The Wen Ho Lee Case, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article comments on allegations that various United States Government (USG) authorities have mishandled allegations that a Los Alamos computer scientist, Wen Ho Lee, has mishandled classified information bearing on USG nuclear weapons and may have committed espionage in the service of the People's Republic of China (PRC).


Ibpp Research Associates: Seattle, Washington, United States Of America, Catherine Stupar, Editor Dec 1999

Ibpp Research Associates: Seattle, Washington, United States Of America, Catherine Stupar, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article is a November 30, 1999 interview of two Pakistani representatives by IBPP Research Associate Catherine Stupar at the World Trade Organization's 3rd Ministerial Series, Seattle Round.

Author and IBPP commentary are included.


Law Enforcement And Political Demonstrations As The Whole World Watches: The Rise Of Globocop?, Editor Dec 1999

Law Enforcement And Political Demonstrations As The Whole World Watches: The Rise Of Globocop?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article posits that--at present--the promise of global telecommunications-induced progress for human and civil rights may be oversold.


The Yale Political Quarterly 1999 December, The Politic, Inc. Dec 1999

The Yale Political Quarterly 1999 December, The Politic, Inc.

The Politic

No abstract provided.


Trends. The Political Psychology Of Abortion And United Nations Funding, Editor Nov 1999

Trends. The Political Psychology Of Abortion And United Nations Funding, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses United States (US) executive and legislative branches meddling in international policy, especially as it relates to abortion.


Fair Elections In Mexico: Much Ado About Nothing?, Editor Nov 1999

Fair Elections In Mexico: Much Ado About Nothing?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

Competing definitions of fairness may induce furor over the fairness of elections.


Indonesia In Transition: People And Events, Jonathan Ping Nov 1999

Indonesia In Transition: People And Events, Jonathan Ping

Jonathan H. Ping

No abstract provided.


A Subversion Of Democracy In Yugoslavia?, Editor Nov 1999

A Subversion Of Democracy In Yugoslavia?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes how a recent change in United States Government (USG) policy towards Yugoslavia may contribute to subverting the USG professed goal of spreading representative democracy throughout the region and even beyond.


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.


Skepticism And Euroskepticism In British Politics, Editor Oct 1999

Skepticism And Euroskepticism In British Politics, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides an analysis of the variants of Euroskepticism voiced in the British political discourse on furthering integration of the United Kingdom with Europe.


Whorfian Hypotheses Of Linguistic Relativity: An Application For Serbia, Editor Oct 1999

Whorfian Hypotheses Of Linguistic Relativity: An Application For Serbia, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article employs the Whorfian hypothesis to United States, European Union, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policymaking towards Serbia.


Trends. Pakistan: An Iatrogenic Coup?, Editor Oct 1999

Trends. Pakistan: An Iatrogenic Coup?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the recent military coup in Pakistan.


Violating Human Rights To Support Human Rights: A Final Legacy Of Pinochet?, Editor Oct 1999

Violating Human Rights To Support Human Rights: A Final Legacy Of Pinochet?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes the human rights implications of the recent legal decision that General Augusto Pinochet can be extradited to Spain to stand trial on torture and conspiracy charges.


Trends. The Iraqi Crisis, Editor Oct 1999

Trends. The Iraqi Crisis, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the security threat that Iraq presents to the world.


Is Anybody Still A Realist?, Jeffrey W. Legro, Andrew Moravcsik Oct 1999

Is Anybody Still A Realist?, Jeffrey W. Legro, Andrew Moravcsik

Political Science Faculty Publications

Realism, the oldest and most prominent theoretical paradigm in international relations, is in trouble. The problem is not lack of interest. Realism remains the primary or alternative theory in virtually every major book and article addressing general theories of world politics, particularly in security affairs. Controversies between neorealism and its critics continue to dominate international relations theory debates. Nor is the problem realism’s purported inability to make point predictions. Many specific realist theories are testable, and there remains much global conflict about which realism offers powerful insights. Nor is the problem the lack of empirical support for simple realist ...


The Yale Political Quarterly 1999 October, The Politic, Inc. Oct 1999

The Yale Political Quarterly 1999 October, The Politic, Inc.

The Politic

No abstract provided.


The Globalization Of Production And The Changing Benefits Of Conquest, Stephen Brooks Oct 1999

The Globalization Of Production And The Changing Benefits Of Conquest, Stephen Brooks

Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Scholarship

This article examines the conditions under which conquest is likely to reap significant economic rewards. Scholars have largely focused on how the level of popular resistance within the vanquished country influences the benefits of conquest. What needs to be scrutinized in greater depth is how post–World War II economic transformations within the most advanced countries affect the benefits of conquest. This article focuses on examining one particular economic change that has been neglected for the most part in the secu- rity and peace literature: the globalization of production. The article delineates four recent changes in the structure of global ...


Foreign Policy And Language: United States Economic Sanctions Against North Korea, Editor Sep 1999

Foreign Policy And Language: United States Economic Sanctions Against North Korea, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes two elements of language that frequent the discourse on United States foreign policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The analysis bears on the consequences of language for policy.


Trends. Enemy Images And The Inscrutable Chinese: Implications For United States/People's Republic Of China Trade Talks, Editor Sep 1999

Trends. Enemy Images And The Inscrutable Chinese: Implications For United States/People's Republic Of China Trade Talks, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the United States (US) foreign policy towards the Chinese nation.


Trends. Timorous In East Timor, Editor Sep 1999

Trends. Timorous In East Timor, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the attacks, by analysts, on Western powers for not having anticipated that significant atrocities would occur in East Timor if the recent referendum clearly reflected support for East Timor's independence from Indonesia.


Trends. Talking Terrorism: The Case Of Osama Bin Laden, Editor Aug 1999

Trends. Talking Terrorism: The Case Of Osama Bin Laden, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the United States Government's (USG) publicization of the exploits of Osama bin Laden.


Mullah Mulling In Iran, Editor Aug 1999

Mullah Mulling In Iran, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the main threats and psychopolitical options facing religious conservatives who seek to maintain supreme, earthly power in Iran.


Trends. North Korea And The Taepodong 2: When Good Intentions Have Bad Consequences, Editor Aug 1999

Trends. North Korea And The Taepodong 2: When Good Intentions Have Bad Consequences, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the United States (US) and some of its allies that continue to assert their foreign policy towards North Korea (NK).


The "As Ifs" Of Domestic Political Opposition To The Government Of The People's Republic Of China, Editor Jul 1999

The "As Ifs" Of Domestic Political Opposition To The Government Of The People's Republic Of China, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a class of strategies that has long been instrumental in opposing the political power of others towards oneself. Domestic political opposition towards the People's Republic of China is used as an example.


A New United States Agency To Oversee Nuclear Weapons Programs: Consequences Of Language For Nuclear Weapons Security And Safety, Editor Jul 1999

A New United States Agency To Oversee Nuclear Weapons Programs: Consequences Of Language For Nuclear Weapons Security And Safety, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides an example of how language can lead to a well-meaning nuclear weapons policy that might have little positive consequence and significant negative consequence.


Likely And Unlikely Events In International Security Affairs: An Example From The People's Republic Of China, Editor Jul 1999

Likely And Unlikely Events In International Security Affairs: An Example From The People's Republic Of China, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a human judgment shortfall in international security decision making based on statistical probabilities.


Trends. Ehud Barak And Peace: Mistakes On The 15-Month Mistake, Editor Jul 1999

Trends. Ehud Barak And Peace: Mistakes On The 15-Month Mistake, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the citings of many analysts, journalists, and diplomats--the last often speaking on an unattributed basis--a huge error in the current quest for peace between Israel and the Palestinian National Authority and between Israel and Syria and Lebanon.


Trends. Immaterial Materialism: The Communist Party Confronts Falun Gong And Qi Gong In The People's Republic Of China, Editor Jul 1999

Trends. Immaterial Materialism: The Communist Party Confronts Falun Gong And Qi Gong In The People's Republic Of China, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the April 1999 demonstration by members of the Falun Gong sect outside the Zhongnanhai compound in Beijing.


Is Coke The Real Thing? The Pause That Refreshes? Hysterical Blindness On Hysteria In Belgium, Editor Jul 1999

Is Coke The Real Thing? The Pause That Refreshes? Hysterical Blindness On Hysteria In Belgium, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article comments on the outbreak of symptoms allegedly reactive to imbibing Coca-Cola in Belgium, journalistic coverage of the outbreak, and the relationship between the two.


Trends. Employment Policies For Nuclear Weapons: Uses Of First Use, Editor Jul 1999

Trends. Employment Policies For Nuclear Weapons: Uses Of First Use, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) public policy advocating a "first use" of nuclear weapons during the Cold War.