Some Truth About Truth Commissions III: An Example from Poland — August 25, 2000
This article describes some unintended but predictable consequences of truth commissions impeding the consolidation of democracy in post-totalitarian and post-authoritarian states.
The Psychology of Ethics and Morality: Implications for Personnel Security and Counterintelligence — August 25, 2000
This article describes various psychological research approaches that might help manage ethical and moral vulnerabilities related to intentional security violations in political organizations.
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IBPP Research Associates: Israel — August 25, 2000
Nadav Morag - Tel Aviv University
The is article is an interview with Dr. Nadav Morag, Department of Political Science, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel 69978, Fax: +972-3-6409515. The interview was carried out by IBPP research associate Gil Grein, and it focused on United States Vice Presidential Candidate Joseph Lieberman's religious affiliation with Orthodox Judaism.
Trends. Politics and Psychology: The Effect of Political Transition on Russian Families — August 25, 2000
This article examines the work of Dr. Alexander Shapiro of Moscow, the Russian Federation, and a paper he presented at the 108th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC. The paper discussed the effects of political transition on Russian family life.
Trends. Why the United States Still Hasn't Shaken Its Vietnam Syndrome: The Case of Iraq — August 25, 2000
This article discusses the the lingering presence of the Vietnam Syndrome - the idea that military successes seem to have little impact on the hearts and minds of large segments of a given country's population - in the United States' Operation DESERT STORM in Iraq.