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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 Kyoto Protocol: Emissions On Trading Or Purchasing Emissions Rights, Editor Dec 1997

Trends. The Kyoto Protocol: Emissions On Trading Or Purchasing Emissions Rights, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this analysis, the author discusses the Kyoto Protocol.


Trends. Some Security Lessons From Kyoto, Editor Dec 1997

Trends. Some Security Lessons From Kyoto, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses how "the environment" is no longer a fringe Issue championed by starry-eyed dreamers and psychodynamic deviants, and perennial misfits who have little understanding of or orientation to reality. In fact, the relevance of "the environment" for policies of political security has become quite significant.


Trends. Political Psychology Commentary On The United States' President's Commission On Critical Infrastructure Protection Summary Report, Editor Oct 1997

Trends. Political Psychology Commentary On The United States' President's Commission On Critical Infrastructure Protection Summary Report, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the PCCIP summary report that was released on October 22 (1997) in Washington, DC.


The Psychology Of Country-Of-Origin Labeling: An Example From Environmentalism Oct 1997

The Psychology Of Country-Of-Origin Labeling: An Example From Environmentalism

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This paper describes psychological Issues that affect the political consequences of country-of-origin labeling.


Trends. Environment And Security In An Era Of Globalization: Why Kyoto Matters Oct 1997

Trends. Environment And Security In An Era Of Globalization: Why Kyoto Matters

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

THe author discusses the international meeting on global warming set for Kyoto, Japan in December 1997, in which the United States government (USG) still has not provided significant input as to direction, agenda, criteria, and the like.


Trends. The Land Mines Treaty: A Strict Constructionist Approach Sep 1997

Trends. The Land Mines Treaty: A Strict Constructionist Approach

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the United States Government (USG) announcement that it will not sign the Land Mines Treaty because land mines are still needed to protect US security


Security And The Global Environment: An Introduction Aug 1997

Security And The Global Environment: An Introduction

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some of the psychopolitical consequences of managing economic activities in an era of globalization.


Trends. Encrypting Encryption: Some Comments On S. 909, Secure Public Networks Act Aug 1997

Trends. Encrypting Encryption: Some Comments On S. 909, Secure Public Networks Act

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses The use of technology and telecommunications being employed by people in the commission of crimes, viz., terrorism and organized crime.


Do Not As I Say And Not As I Do: The Problem Of Tritium Aug 1997

Do Not As I Say And Not As I Do: The Problem Of Tritium

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the manufacture and use of tritium for nuclear warheads.


Expanding Membership Of Nato Could Be Risky, Erika Simpson Jan 1997

Expanding Membership Of Nato Could Be Risky, Erika Simpson

Political Science Publications

No abstract provided.


Epochal Change: War Over Social And Political Organization, Robert J. Bunker Jan 1997

Epochal Change: War Over Social And Political Organization, Robert J. Bunker

CGU Faculty Publications and Research

The United States has been less affected by this process than most other Western nation-states; we seem to prosper despite such challenges. However, the breakdown of the family, increased drug use among our children, the growing specter of gang violence, and other forms of social terrorism suggest that our own institutions are not immune to a degree of chaos. Ralph Peters, in an earlier Parameters article, stated succinctly that we are witnessing "a struggle to redefine human meaning."[3] Regardless of the state of the revolution to which he referred, the struggle he describes is far from ended. If the ...


Institute For Global Economics And The Korea Foundation, Erika Simpson Jan 1997

Institute For Global Economics And The Korea Foundation, Erika Simpson

Political Science Publications

No abstract provided.