Twenty First Century Terrorism: The New Face of the Hydra (Part III) — May 9, 1997
James A. Kinnison
This is the third and final installment of an article by Mr. James A. Kinnison. Mr. Kinnison is a political science graduate student from the University of New Mexico and specializes in international relations and national security. This installment provides opinions on terrorism challenges for intelligence and law enforcement. (Correction from last week. The second installment’s note (xx) was left off the text. It is Vandenko, I. (November 16, 1995.) Kuda edut radioaktivnye konteynery iz Chechnya? Izvestiya, p. 2.
An Equal Opportunity Disorder — May 9, 1997
This article describes some of the problems associated with the worthy endeavor of minimizing discrimination against people diagnosed with mental disorders.
The New Information and Communication Order: Deja Vu All Over Again? — May 9, 1997
This article endorses qualified support for a world seminar on international information activities proposed by a number of Third World countries. It also does not support a political psychology that equates a somewhat similar proposal made in 1976 with the present one.