Drugged: Research and Policymakers Confronting Illicit and Illegal Drugs — March 23, 2001
This article explores the application of research on policies towards illicit and illegal drugs.
Facilitating Communications and Murder: Operation Condor and United States Complicity — March 23, 2001
This article explores levels of United States Government (USG) complicity during the late 1970s in the murder of individuals alleged to have been left-wing opponents of South American, right-wing, authoritarian governments.
Falling Dominoes in 2001: Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction — March 23, 2001
This article describes psychologies of inevitability and their foundations pertaining to nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction.
Trends. China and Homosexuality: The Politics of Security — March 23, 2001
This article discusses the removal of homosexuality from a list of mental illnesses by the Chinese Psychiatric Association (CPA) in the context of international security.
Trends. Spinning Buddhas — March 23, 2001
This article discusses the March 2001 destruction of the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan by the Taliban.
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Uganda elections are like going for kwanjula after 15 years — March 21, 2001
This article – Uganda elections are like going for kwanjula after 15 years, by Charles Onyango-Obbo – discusses corruption in Ugandan elections. It was originally published on The Monitor Online (Uganda) in early 2001.
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