Abortion as Killing by the Numbers: An Immoral Approach to Sanctioning Political Violence — February 11, 2000
This article critiques one quantitative approach to morally supporting violence tolerated and/or approved by a formally constituted authority.
Bluffing and Calling the Bluff: The Intent to Employ Nuclear Weapons — February 11, 2000
This article describes the psychology of bluffing as it pertains to threatening employment of nuclear weapons.
The Classifieds and Classified Information: Lee and Deutch Redux — February 11, 2000
This article describes positive and negative security implications of classifying information.
Trends. Civilians and Meanings of Collateral Damage: Hezbollah and Israel — February 11, 2000
This article discusses Israeli government attacks on Lebanon, which wounded Lebanese civilians and destroyed materiel infrastructure. The idea of collateral damage is the article's focus.
Trends. Does Ethnic Cleansing Have Pros and Cons? An Example from Burundi — February 11, 2000
This article discusses ethnic cleansing (using Burundi as a case study) in the context of physical security.
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IBPP Research Associates: Swaziland — February 11, 2000
Fanyana Mabuza and Lunga Masuku
This article - Swazi AIDS patients flock to S(outh) A(frican) clinics - was written by Fanyana Mabuza and Lunga Masuku and hyperlinked to The Swazi News. It discusses issues surrounding the treatment of people with AIDS from Swaziland in South African clinics, or hospitals, as well as teen pregnancy and lack of effective sex education.
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