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A Lesson from Political Psychology: When VIP Treatment is a Prescription for Disaster — September 1, 2000
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This article describes some paradoxical consequences of high-level, direct involvement of a political leader in crises and disasters.

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Drugged or Old Drugs in New Bottles: United States Drug Policy and Colombia — September 1, 2000
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This article describes a psychology that seems to pertain to United States (US) policy towards decreasing the export of illicit drugs from Colombia.

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Fitness for Duty: Textual Analysis of a Potential National Security Adviser — September 1, 2000
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This article explores implications of public statements for the fitness of the foreign policy adviser to the Republican candidate for the United States (US) presidency to be his national security advisor.

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IBPP Research Associates: Nigeria — September 1, 2000
Segun Ayeoyenikan

This article - Drug: U.S. lists terms for decertifying Nigeria from Segun Ayeoyenikan in Abuja - discusses illegal drugs in Nigeria, and prospect of (de)certification in a U.S. legal context. The original article was published in Nigerian version of the The Guardian in the late summer of 2000.

Guardian Newspapers Limited is a company incorporated in Nigeria with registered number 53193 whose registered address is Rutam House, 103/109 Apapa-Oshodi Express Way, Isolo, Lagos and it operates the Website www.guardian.ng. You can contact Guardian Newspapers Limited by email on contact@guardian.ng for copies of the article.

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Trends. Psychologies of Immigration: The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility — September 1, 2000
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This article discusses illegal immigration and immigration reform, as well as the psychological reasoning behind the laws.

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Trends. Truth and Narrative: The Case of Ballistic Missile Defense — September 1, 2000
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This article discusses the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, and the politics and the narrative politicians tell themselves for pragmatic purposes.