Perestroika All Over Again: Is Khatami Gorbachev? — March 19, 1999
This article provides a brief analysis of national political events in Iran within the context of a seemingly analogous moment in the mid to late 1980s--that of perestroika in the Soviet Union.
Security, Safety, and The Law: The Alpine Cable Accident — March 19, 1999
This article describes how legal Issues pertaining to fatal aviation accidents with and without significant politico-military implications can contribute to or detract from security and safety phenomena leading to yet other fatal accidents.
Slavery and the Sudan: Can Good Works Be Good? — March 19, 1999
This article focuses on the consequences of attempts to free slaves and abolish slavery in the Sudan.
Trends. NATO, Numbers, and Numerology — March 19, 1999
The article discusses 3 new members in NATO.
The author discusses his view of the impact of European colonialism on African political and economic dysfunction.
IBPP Research Associates
From the IBPP Research Associates. Uganda. — March 19, 1999
Staff Writer - The New Vision (Uganda)
The article - Rebels Crush Zim Battalion - Over eighty killed in Kabinda battle - was written by a staff writer of the online version of Ugandan newspaper, The New Vision for the March 17, 1999 edition of that publication. A close reading of the article might suggest that political denials of military reversal share social cognitive similarities throughout the globe.
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