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Trends. Nato And Yugoslavia: Data On Data, On Knowing What To Know, Editor May 1999

Trends. Nato And Yugoslavia: Data On Data, On Knowing What To Know, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) bombing of the People's Republic of China's embassy in Belgrade.


Trends. Human Rights And Military Conflict: Numerology Versus Quantitative Analysis, Editor May 1999

Trends. Human Rights And Military Conflict: Numerology Versus Quantitative Analysis, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

the author discusses a journalist's comments on the United Nations Human Rights Commission vote to take no action on a human rights censure motion against the People's Republic of China.


Trends. Pinning The Tail On The Donkey: A Legacy Of The Legacy Codes, Editor Apr 1999

Trends. Pinning The Tail On The Donkey: A Legacy Of The Legacy Codes, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses a Taiwanese-born U.S. citizen that was alleged to have spied against the US and for the People's Republic of China.


Bill Clinton's "Three Noes" And Taiwan's Future, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang Jan 1999

Bill Clinton's "Three Noes" And Taiwan's Future, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

Diplomatic historians and political scientists have warned that when great powers make war or love, the smaller countries nearby feel the tremors.1 As they look back, President Bill Clinton's 1998 summit visit to China marked the emergence of a new world order: With the end of the Cold War, China is poised to become a potential superpower, and its future evolution will have great implications for the U.S. "For better or worse, the U.S.Chinese relationship seems destined to be one of the principal pivots in international relations well into the 21st century," as Walter Russell ...