The Evaluation of Education Systems: Insecurity Through Testing? — July 14, 2000
This article describes some fallacies in a common approach to employing the testing of students in evaluating education systems.
The Import of Political Psychology for Global Health and Security: The Case of AIDS — July 14, 2000
This article describes a number of applied research areas that political psychologists can explore to help manage the threat to global health and security from acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
The Public Psychologies of Terrorism: An Example from France — July 14, 2000
This article describes several hypothetical intrapsychic phenomena that may be activated to engender terrorist behavior after the publicization of a terrorist event.
Trends. Defense Mechanisms on Defense: A Perle of Wisdom or a Brilliant Pebble — July 14, 2000
This article discusses the logic of Richard Perle, former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, regarding the technological failure of a limited anti-ballistic missile defense system.
Trends. The Attack on Mbeki: Praising Through Damning — July 14, 2000
This article discusses the controversial contention by President Thabo Mbeki of the Republic of South Africa that poverty and lack of health infrastructures are the causes of AIDS and HIV in Africa instead of limiting his analysis to the biological line of virus inducing disease.
IBPP Research Associates
IBPP Research Associates: Ghana--Musings on Nepotism — July 14, 2000
Staff Writer - The Online Independent
This article - The Lady plays a cool hand - was written by a staff writer, and first appeared in The Online Independent, in mid-2000. It discusses nepotism in the politics of Ghana in the time of Jerry and Nana Rawlings.
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