Can One Control People Who Can't Control Themselves? A Personnel Security Challenge — July 30, 1999
This article identifies a psychological phenomenon that is often ignored, discounted, and/or mismanaged within the personnel security programs of government and business.
This article critiques concerns of some United States (US) security analysts that foreign graduate students in physics who train at universities within the US present security vulnerabilities for the US.
This article describes a class of strategies that has long been instrumental in opposing the political power of others towards oneself. Domestic political opposition towards the People's Republic of China is used as an example.
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IBPP Research Associates: Maldives — July 30, 1999
This article - House-wives and Mansion-wives by Mohamed Bushry - was originally published in mid-1999 in the now-defunct Haveeru Daily Online in the Maldives. The author discusses a domestic issue that might resonate with many people throughout the world comparing toiling housewives with those wives who live in mansions. The heroines, according to the author, are not wives who live in mansions. Instead, hard working housewives are the ones who should be honored.
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Trends. When Science Isn't Science: The Political Psychology of Policy on Children — July 30, 1999
The author discusses one of the myths of science, insistence on reliable and valid notions of Truth, and separation from social and cultural values.