Dumping Anti-Dumping Laws — December 10, 1999
This article describes the rationales behind United States Government (USG) anti-dumping laws and finds such laws harmful to USG strategic interests.
Food for Thought on Food as a Weapon in the Sudan — December 10, 1999
This article analyzes conceptual Issues surrounding a United States Government policy authorizing food assistance to armed opposition groups in southern Sudan.
Law Enforcement and Political Demonstrations as the Whole World Watches: The Rise of Globocop? — December 10, 1999
This article posits that--at present--the promise of global telecommunications-induced progress for human and civil rights may be oversold.
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IBPP Research Associates: Seattle, Washington, United States of America — December 10, 1999
The article is a November 30, 1999 interview of two Pakistani representatives by IBPP Research Associate Catherine Stupar at the World Trade Organization's 3rd Ministerial Series, Seattle Round.
IBPP Commentary. The conflations of political rhetoric by privileged speakers with phenomenologies of the spoken for--viz., the wretched of the earth--are as timeless as they are intractable. Too often, the privileged come and go, while the wretched of the earth remain.
Author commentary is included in the article.
Trends. Defenses of Anti-Ballistic Missile Defenses — December 10, 1999
The article discusses the belief by opponents of developing new and improved anti-ballistic missile (ABM) defenses,that such a change may risk a new nuclear weapons arms race.
Trends. Drug Addictions: National Policy on Illicit Drugs — December 10, 1999
The article discusses the proposed integrating of drug testing and treatment into the various phases of the criminal justice process.