Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century: Sense, Nonsense, No Sense — October 6, 2000
This article considers commonly posited benefits of nation-states' possessing nuclear weapons.
Preventive Psychology as Political Psychology: Illicit Drugs and Alcohol — October 6, 2000
This article describes ideological elements behind scientific positions on the primary prevention of illicit drug and alcohol abuse.
Trends. Dirty Little Secrets on Secrets: The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001 — October 6, 2000
This article discusses the phenomena of leaking and overclassification of information in the context of national security.
Trends. To Contest or not to Contest: A Necessary Ambivalence in Yugoslavia — October 6, 2000
This article discusses corruption of 2000 elections in Yugoslavia purportedly by Slobodan Milosevic, and the problematic task of effective subsequent action.
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IBPP Research Associates: Uganda — October 6, 2000
Staff Writer – The Monitor (Uganda)
This editorial - African leaders; heed Mandela's words to Mugaba, by a staff writer for The Monitor of Uganda - was originally published on October 3, 2000. The editorial discusses the tendency of African rulers to attempt to retain their respective grips on power after being voted out of office, prolonging bad governance. The author notes that Nelson Mandela of South Africa, a noted exception to this practice, advised Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe to retire.
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