This article explores the political psychology of crisis through analysis of a political document recently released by the top leadership of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
Journalism and Unconscious Racism: A Perspective from South Africa — March 3, 2000
This article describes psychological problems in accurately identifying racism in public policy discourse.
Military Arms to Taiwan: Competing Agendas — March 3, 2000
This article explores competing cognitions about the advisability of the United States Government (USG) selling advanced weapons to Taiwan.
Trends. Hissen Habre and Human Rights: Right or Wrong? — March 3, 2000
This article discusses which high authorities (or national leaders), inside a given country and outside it, may be held accountable for human rights violations in given place.
Trends. Labor and Environmental Standards and Human Welfare: Global Prescriptions — March 3, 2000
This article discusses the human consequences - labor and environmental impacts - of free trade, and the impact of possible standards for addressing those consequences.
IBPP Research Associates
IBPP Research Associates: Ghana — March 3, 2000
William Fayorsey - The Ghanaian Times
This article - Political Lessons Inside a Taxi Cab -- Straight Talk - from William Fayorsey discusses political discourse in a taxi in Ghana as reported in The Ghanaian Times.
It is currently available via GhanaWeb (https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/POLITICAL-LESSONS-INSIDE-A-TAXI-CAB-STRAIGHT-TALK-9595), and it may be accessed there.
In the event that the above document has been removed, please contact The Ghanaian Times (http://www.ghanaiantimes.com.gh/contact-us/) for more information.