Are There Differences Between Open and Closed Minds? — August 20, 1999
This article outlines the case for significant congruence between open and closed minds as hypothetical constructs applied to ideological conflict in a political environment.
Can One Not Ask and Not Tell About "Don't Ask and Don't Tell"? — August 20, 1999
This article describes the psychologies of asking and telling as an impediment to the United States Department of Defense personnel policy of "Don't Ask and Don't Tell."
The Other Illicit Drug Trafficking — August 20, 1999
This article discusses the deleterious consequences for segments of a nation's population when dealing with the psychological effects of psychoactive substances.
Trends. Racism, Racial Profiling, and Espionage: Wen Ho Lee as Victim? — August 20, 1999
The author further discusses aspects of the Los Alamos National Laboratory espionage event.
Trends. Talking Terrorism: The Case of Osama bin Laden — August 19, 1999
The article discusses the United States Government's (USG) publicization of the exploits of Osama bin Laden.
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IBPP Research Associates: Swaziland — August 20, 1999
Staff Writer - The Swazi News
This article - Senators Want Union Chiefs 'Gagged' at ILO Conference by a staff writer of The Swazi News - was originally posted on the website for The Swazi News in mid-1999. Copyright permissions for access are not available, and the full article is not available for download.
The article discusses efforts of Senators to monitor and/or control the contributions of delegations to International Labor Organisation (ILO) conferences.
IBPP Commentary. IBPP readers might wish to compare the free speech and political control Issues of this article with similar Issues in the developed world. Differences in coercive approaches to information management between developed and developing worlds might seem more a matter of sophistication than intent of formal and de facto authorities alike.