How Tuberculosis Threatens Supporters and Opponents of Racial Profiling — January 7, 2000
This article explores peculiarities of logic and reason among supporters and opponents of racial profiling as a tool of developing and implementing public policy.
Imbalances and Balance Theories: Israel, Taiwan, and The United States — January 7, 2000
This article highlights the imbalance in simple balance theories addressing the attitudes of allies and adversaries.
This article continues a series of IBPP articles on sex and security by exploring the implications of a new book on the appropriateness of public policy that bears on sexuality.
IBPP Research Associates
IBPP Feature Analysis: Political Sea Change or Mass-Mediated Political Spectacle? The 1999 Election Campaign in New Zealand — January 7, 2000
IBPP Regional Editor - Lawrence Alfred Powell
This article examines the impact of mass media on elections during the 1999 election campaign in New Zealand.