Captive Psychologies: From the Experience of the Speaker of the Cypriot Parliament — April 16, 1999
This article describes inferred psychological attributions related to the recent attempt by the Speaker of the Cypriot Parliament to free three United States soldiers captured by supporters of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
Credibility on Credibility: A Reason to Fight a War? — April 16, 1999
This article describes some problems in fighting a war for the purpose of defending a political entity's credibility.
This article describes political psychological aspects of rape as a tool of ethnic cleansing. In the article, rape denotes only the forced sexual behavior by males against females.
Trends. Perspectives on Provocations: A Serbian Perspective — April 16, 1999
The author discusses current affairs/activities in Yugoslavia, Serbia and Albania.
Trends. The Decommissioning of Reality: Towards a New Northern Ireland Government — April 16, 1999
The author discusses the obstacles in transitioning to the new power-sharing Northern Ireland Assembly.
IBPP Research Associates
From the IBPP Research Associates. Yugoslavia. — April 16, 1999
Gil Grein and Dragoslav Jeremic
This interview of Mr. Dragoslav Jeremic of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, was conducted via email by Global Network Initiative staffer Gil Grein and completed on April 12, 1999. Mr. Jeremic is a 70 year old retired chemist and university professor who specialized in teaching students about spectroscopy and other experimental techniques useful in studying organic molecular structures. Mr. Jeremic is also a Grandfather. The interview focused on the current crisis between NATO and Yugoslavia.