Reflections on National Character: Is the United States Still a Superpower? — May 14, 1999
This article comments on the construct of national character and then employs the construct to suggest that the United States (U.S.) Government and the US as a nation and nation-state may no longer warrant superpower status.
This article highlights the history of social psychology as a research primer on socialization and fairness. The article also conceives of this primer as bearing on the essential nature of conflict.
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IBPP Research Associates. Macedonia — May 14, 1999
Anonymous - Skopje, Macedonia
This article is a note (lightly edited for English only) from a professor in Skopje, Macedonia that was addressed to a professional colleague of the IBPP Editorial Board in response to that colleague's inquiry into the situation in Macedonia. The author notes a difference between what has been broadcast via the Western media and the perceptions of conditions in-country.
Trends. NATO and Yugoslavia: Data on Data, On Knowing What to Know — May 14, 1999
The author discusses the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) bombing of the People's Republic of China's embassy in Belgrade.