Cultural Sensitivity as Malign Attribution: The United Nations and Planning for Arms Inspections in Iraq — April 14, 2000
This article describes a subtext of United Nations (UN) planning for arms inspections in Iraq.
Psychiatric Delusions in the Political World — April 14, 2000
This article describes an important shortfall in the most common approach to psychological assessment by mental health professionals.
Racial Profiling in the Persian Gulf: Ethical, Moral, and Legal Implications — April 14, 2000
This article describes attributions about race and ethnicity that color the discourse on the ethics, morality, and legality of profiling.
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IBPP Research Associates: Zimbabwe — April 14, 2000
Staff Writer - The Zimbabwe Mirror
This article discusses the actions of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe (i.e., nationalizing farmland owned by whites), and its impact relations with the United Kingdom (or Britain) over time, including with both in Margaret Thatcher's time and Tony Blair's.
It is from an Editorial, African Business, April 2000, The Zimbabwe Mirror, and a full download of the article is not currently available due to copyright restrictions.
Trends. Altruism as Egoism in International Trade Policy: Some Strange Bedfellows — April 14, 2000
This article discusses the tenuous nature of political cooperation between advocates of trade unionism and environmentalism.
Trends. On Drugs? Response to the Peruvian Elections — April 14, 2000
This article discusses electoral "dirty tricks" in the Peruvian election between President Alberto Fuimori and Mr. Alejandro Toledo. The article also discusses comments made by the head of the United States (US) Office of National Drug Policy and Control, General Barry R. McCaffrey.