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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.


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


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.


American Indian Interests And Supreme Court Agenda Setting: 1969-1992 October Terms, John R. Hermann Apr 1997

American Indian Interests And Supreme Court Agenda Setting: 1969-1992 October Terms, John R. Hermann

Political Science Faculty Research

A recent development in the judicial behavior literature on Supreme Court agenda setting is the examination of case selection within particular areas of the law. To that end, this study examines the Supreme Court's agenda-building process regarding American Indian Interests as a petitioning litigant during the 1969-1992 October terms. Using a multivariate logistic regression model, the findings indicate that judicial attitudes as manifested by the attitudinal model, the direct and third party briefs filed by the Solicitor General's office for and against American Indian interests, and the presence of a sovereignty issue were influential explanatory variables in the ...


Immigration Act Of 1990: Friend Or Foe To Business?, Charla Moltzan Apr 1997

Immigration Act Of 1990: Friend Or Foe To Business?, Charla Moltzan

Political Science and International Relations Undergraduate Theses

One of the purposes of the Immigration Act of 1990 is to ease the barriers for professionals to enter the United States workforce. This paper will evaluate how well this law has met its goal. It is my contention that a close examination of the Immigration Act of 1990 and its impacts will reveal that it has benefited large businesses in the a United States. There are many other important affects of immigration laws. However, this paper will focus on the effects of these laws on businesses, because there is a lack of conclusive writing on the effect of immigration ...


Hong Kong In United States-China Relations: The International Politics Of Hong Kong's Reversion To Chinese Sovereignty, James T. H. Tang Jan 1997

Hong Kong In United States-China Relations: The International Politics Of Hong Kong's Reversion To Chinese Sovereignty, James T. H. Tang

Research Collection School of Social Sciences

This article examines the implications of the political transition of Hong Kong onUS-China relations in strategic, political and economic dimensions. It evaluates the impactof Hong Kong's changing status in the context of the engagement-containment debate onChina policy in the US. It suggests that US concerns over questions such as democracy andhuman rights and China's rejection of foreign interference' in Hong Kong would turn theterritory into a source of political conflict between the US and China. Finally it points outthat any major trade confrontation between the two countries would have serious implicationsfor the territory. The article concludes by arguing ...