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Nationalism in the People's Republic of China: A Consequential Chameleon — September 29, 2000
Editor

This article describes how nationalism among political leaders in the People's Republic of China (PRC) can be the linchpin of divergent views on the desirability of the PRC's future in a globalized economy.

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On Ethical Peacekeeping: Ambivalence and Politics at the United Nations — September 29, 2000
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This article highlights the significant interdependence between strategic and ethical concerns in international peacekeeping controlled by the United Nations (UN).

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Terror Management Theory, Terrorism, and Terror: Political Psychological Status — September 29, 2000
Editor

This article provides a commentary on the utility of terror management theory in understanding, explaining, preventing, and resolving incidents of terrorism.

IBPP Research Associates

 

IBPP Research Associates: Namibia — September 29, 2000
Gwen Lister

This article - Time will tell!, by Ms. Gwen Lister - was reported by IBPP to have been published in The Namibian in 2000 at http://www.ecola.com/go/?f=&r=af&u=www.namibian.com.na, which is a broken link. The archives for The Namibian Archives begin in 1985, but this article is not present and the existence of this article cannot be independently verified. The article itself may not be provided for download due to copright restrictions. Please contact The Namibian for details (https://www.namibian.com.na/Contact-Us).

The article discusses the internal of political workings of Swapo (South West Africa People's Organization) and public (or mass) media.

Trends

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Trends. After the Election: Milosevic Myths — September 29, 2000
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This article discusses the defeat of Slobodan Milosevic in his re-election attempt in 2000, as well as the subsequent political balance in Yugoslavia.

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Trends. Discretion, No Discretion: Travails of the Immigration and Naturalization Service — September 29, 2000
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This article discusses the political reaction to actions of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the role of 'discretion.'