This article describes how psychological balance theories might be applied to generate hypotheses about political events in Cambodia since the Paris Accords of 1991.
The Man Who Would be King: Thoughts on the Death of Saw Maung — August 1, 1997
This article describes some common psychological pathways resulting in political leaders believing that they are more than they are.
This article describes some psychological factors--too often ignored in debates and policy development--affecting support for the United Nations.
Ultimately military personnel deal with life and death Issues--even if for many of these personnel the likelihood of the ultimate is very remote. Requiring accountability for these personnel--the taking of responsibility for one's actions and their consequences--is a sound abstract principle. However, it too easily breaks down in concrete instances.
The author discusses the allegations of conspiracy that can be discovered and identified throughout history.