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Aborting the Pros and Cons of Abortion: No Escaping the Killing Fields — February 12, 1999
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This article critiques rationales of both opponents and supporters of intentionally aborting a human fetus. The critique has implications for arriving at legal, ethical, and moral judgments.

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The US Government Shutdown: When Is Personality Shut Out? — January 28, 2019
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This article identifies factors influencing how significant a leader’s personality affects political decision making and behavior.

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Treason, Treachery, and Betrayal of Trust: The Psychological Search for the Why — June 25, 2018
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Treason, treachery, and betrayal of trust constitute a motif of human history. Can scientific psychology help us understand why?

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The Psychology of Counterintelligence: Felix Dzerzhinsky and Postmodernist Dilemma — November 15, 1996
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The editor discusses the concepts of trust, counterintelligence, and personnel security, emphasizing and evaluating postmodernist perspectives. Felix Dzerzhinsky is considered.

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Psychological and Sociopolitical Factors Contributing to the Creation of the Iraqi Torturers: A Human Rights Issue — February 16, 2005
Mika Haritos-Fatouros

This article was written by Dr. Mika Haritos-Fatouros, Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessalonica, Greece.

She discusses the human rights context of torture in Abu Ghraib from a political psychological perspective.

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Announcements — October 3, 2003
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IBPP announcements pertaining to reader requests, editor nominations, and relevant conferences, as well as online and print publications.

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Announcements — September 26, 2003
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IBPP announcements pertaining to reader requests, editor nominations, and relevant conferences, as well as online and print publications.

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Counteracting Anti-United States Government Images in the Muslim World — October 3, 2003
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The Muslim World is both a social construct and a phenomenological concept—without geographical boundaries. But United States Government (USG) efforts to counteract USG negative images perceived by denizens of the Muslim World seem to be addressing the space-time of geography but not the social and phenomenological elements from which these images spring.

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Data Mining and Mining Disasters: Terrorism Information Awareness — October 3, 2003
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This article identifies problems with data mining approaches to antiterrorism and counterterrorism.

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Memory and True Lies — October 21, 2010
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This article discusses the concept of memory, its relation to culture, and three hypothetical phenomena associated with it.

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