Democracy, Political Violence, and the Problem of We — November 18, 1999
This article describes an unsavory aspect of representative democracy that is less explored than most of its putative benefits.
Fair Elections in Mexico: Much Ado about Nothing? — November 18, 1999
Competing definitions of fairness may induce furor over the fairness of elections.
Political Psychology Primer: Puerto Rican Nationalists and Clemency — November 18, 1999
This article contrasts public policy discourse, policy deliberations, and policy analysis on awarding clemency to nationalists supporting a politically violent organization.
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IBPP Research Associates: Egypt — November 19, 1999
Staff Writer - The Middle East Times: Egypt Edition
This article - Investigators probe EgyptAir flight crew - was written by a staff writer of The Middle East Times: Egyptian Edition. It was originally published for Issue No. 46, 12 November 1999 of the above publication. Copyright permissions for providing it for download were unavailable.
The article discusses the unusual preflight behavior by EgyptAir Flight 990's crew and leads that suggest the disaster in which 217 people died "was not an accident".
Trends. The Crash of EgyptAir 990: Realities of Psychological Screening — November 18, 1999
The article further discusses the crash of EgyptAir 990 and the lack of periodic, formal psychological screening by many commercial airlines of all pilots and other members of a flight crew.
Trends. The Political Psychology of Abortion and United Nations Funding — November 18, 1999
The author discusses United States (US) executive and legislative branches meddling in international policy, especially as it relates to abortion.