Decision Not To Build a Nuclear-Waste Incinerator: What Goes Up in Smoke? — March 31, 2000
This article explores the political psychology of a decision not to build a nuclear-waste incinerator in the United States.
Food for Thought on Cognitive Scripts and Genetically Engineered Food — March 31, 2000
This article identifies some of the common thought sequences seemingly harbored by members of the sociopolitical opposition to the production and sale of genetically engineered food.
Medical and Social Diseases: Can the Former Moderate the Latter? — March 31, 2000
This article describes how medical disease may moderate social disease in an era of globalization.
This article discusses the psychological difference between abusers and the abused in the context of relations between Israel and Syria as well as Indonesia and East Timor. The concept of control is also discussed.
Trends. Transference Tango and Projections on Vladimir Putin — March 31, 2000
This article discusses the Russian presidential election of Vladimir Putin.
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IBPP Research Associates: Botswana — March 31, 2000
Monkagedi Gaotlhobogwe - The Botswana Gazette
This article discusses African-Chinese political and economic relations. It was written by Monkagedi Gaotlhobogwe, and originally published in The Botswana Gazette on March 29, 2000.
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