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United Nations Tribunals And Complicity In Human Rights Violations: The Assassination Of Zoran Djindjic, Editor Mar 2003

United Nations Tribunals And Complicity In Human Rights Violations: The Assassination Of Zoran Djindjic, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article presents a hypothesis of untoward consequences through the reification of human rights.


Political Psychology In Yugoslavia: An Overview, Natasa Bajic, Editor Apr 2001

Political Psychology In Yugoslavia: An Overview, Natasa Bajic, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article (with minimal editing by IBPP) has been written by a new IBPP Regional Editor, Natasa Bajic, a psychologist who resides in Serbia. In the article, she provides an overview of political psychology within Yugoslavia.


Ibpp Research Associates: Macedonia, Anonymous, Editor Mar 2001

Ibpp Research Associates: Macedonia, Anonymous, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses what the anonymous author considers militant Albanian extremism.


Identifying The Rule Of Law, Democracy, And Human And Civil Rights Through Identification: An Intelligence Analyst's Dilemma, Editor Oct 2000

Identifying The Rule Of Law, Democracy, And Human And Civil Rights Through Identification: An Intelligence Analyst's Dilemma, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological Issues in discerning the success of several political goals--viz., achieving the rule of law, democracy, and human and civil rights throughout the world.


Ingroup, Outgroup, Out Of Group: Milosevic's Propaganda Failure, Editor Oct 2000

Ingroup, Outgroup, Out Of Group: Milosevic's Propaganda Failure, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a social psychological perspective on Slobodan Milosevic's loss of political power in Yugoslavia.


Trends. Psychopolitical Action In Yugoslavia: With Friends Like These, Editor Sep 2000

Trends. Psychopolitical Action In Yugoslavia: With Friends Like These, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the actions of the United States Government to affect Yugoslavian presidential elections in Macedonia and Serbia against Slobodan Milosevic, as well as Milosevic's use of these actions as evidence of outside interference. Nationalism as well as opposition strategies are also discussed.


Trends. The Naked And The Dead: Kosovar Statistics, Editor Mar 2000

Trends. The Naked And The Dead: Kosovar Statistics, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses Norman Mailer's commentary on an assertion by United States Senator Robert C. Byrd - that a 78-day air assault by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization halted Serbian attacks on Kosovar Albanians.


Trends. Psychological Discord At The War Crimes Tribunal, Editor Dec 1999

Trends. Psychological Discord At The War Crimes Tribunal, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses possible external signs of a perpetrator of genocide.


Shocked, Shocked In Serbia: Fundamental Attribution Errors, Editor Dec 1999

Shocked, Shocked In Serbia: Fundamental Attribution Errors, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes many of the conflicting causal attributions bearing on the European Union's attempts to provide heating fuel to Serbian towns controlled by political parties in opposition to the ruling Serbian coalition supporting the President of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic.


Whorfian Hypotheses Of Linguistic Relativity: An Application For Serbia, Editor Oct 1999

Whorfian Hypotheses Of Linguistic Relativity: An Application For Serbia, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article employs the Whorfian hypothesis to United States, European Union, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policymaking towards Serbia.


Letter To Anna: An American Perspective On Why The Us Hasn't Acted Decisively In Kosovo Jul 1999

Letter To Anna: An American Perspective On Why The Us Hasn't Acted Decisively In Kosovo

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article--slightly edited by IBPP--was submitted by Mr. Andrew Chittim, a freelance writer and marketing specialist. The article arrived on May 25th--well before the end of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. In retrospect, however, Mr. Chittim's analysis highlights a number of Issues that are still not resolved.


Ibpp Research Associates. Serbia, Aleksandar Radulovic, Nikola Radulovic, Ibpp Editorial Board Apr 1999

Ibpp Research Associates. Serbia, Aleksandar Radulovic, Nikola Radulovic, Ibpp Editorial Board

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article is a perspective that was contributed on April 25, 1999 by Aleksandar & Nikola Radulovic of Belgrade, Serbia through Global Network Initiative staffer Gil Grein.


Trends. Serbs And Kosovar Albanians: Birds Of A Feather, Editor Apr 1999

Trends. Serbs And Kosovar Albanians: Birds Of A Feather, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses how Albanians and Serbs are alike in the throes of similarly deep and powerful psychological processes.


Ibpp Research Associates. Banja Luka, Srpska, Zeljka Kasagic, Ibpp Editorial Board Apr 1999

Ibpp Research Associates. Banja Luka, Srpska, Zeljka Kasagic, Ibpp Editorial Board

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article is a letter from a 26 year-old Serbian female, Ms. Zeljka Kasagic, of Banja Luka, Srpska. The letter was written in a response to inquiries by Global Network Initiative staffer Gil Grein concerning the current crisis between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Yugoslavia.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Yugoslavia., Gil Grein, Dragoslav Jeremic Apr 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Yugoslavia., Gil Grein, Dragoslav Jeremic

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This interview of Mr. Dragoslav Jeremic of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, was conducted via email by Global Network Initiative staffer Gil Grein and completed on April 12, 1999. Mr. Jeremic is a 70 year old retired chemist and university professor who specialized in teaching students about spectroscopy and other experimental techniques useful in studying organic molecular structures. Mr. Jeremic is also a Grandfather. The interview focused on the current crisis between NATO and Yugoslavia.


Trends. Perspectives On Provocations: A Serbian Perspective, Editor Apr 1999

Trends. Perspectives On Provocations: A Serbian Perspective, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses current affairs/activities in Yugoslavia, Serbia and Albania.


Captive Psychologies: From The Experience Of The Speaker Of The Cypriot Parliament, Editor Apr 1999

Captive Psychologies: From The Experience Of The Speaker Of The Cypriot Parliament, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes inferred psychological attributions related to the recent attempt by the Speaker of the Cypriot Parliament to free three United States soldiers captured by supporters of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.


Credibility On Credibility: A Reason To Fight A War? Apr 1999

Credibility On Credibility: A Reason To Fight A War?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some problems in fighting a war for the purpose of defending a political entity's credibility.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. (1) Global Perspectives. (2) Slovenia., World Health Organization, Gil Grein - Ibpp Research Associate Apr 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. (1) Global Perspectives. (2) Slovenia., World Health Organization, Gil Grein - Ibpp Research Associate

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The IBPP Research Associates column has two parts. The first forwards text from a World Health Organization document, taken from the United Nations Wire for April 8, 1999. It has been posted here as a contrast to the first Trend entry in this IBPP Issue. Two main issues - (1) Possible orthogonality of psychological from legal and moral standards and (2) the reliability and validity of different approaches within the clinical sciences to delineating psychopathology - are considered.

The second part of this reports is an April 6th (1999) email interview between Global Network Initiative Staffer Gilbert Grein and Mr. Janez Kranjski ...


Using And Misusing History: Kosovo And The Epistemological Challenge Apr 1999

Using And Misusing History: Kosovo And The Epistemological Challenge

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights the difficulties inherent to informing security policy with history.


Trends. War And Goal-Directed Behavior: How Milosevic Is Winning, Editor Apr 1999

Trends. War And Goal-Directed Behavior: How Milosevic Is Winning, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the NATO bombings of Yugoslavia.


Trends. Nato Attacks: A Can Do Attitude In A Can't Do World, Editor Mar 1999

Trends. Nato Attacks: A Can Do Attitude In A Can't Do World, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) attacks on Yugoslavian military assets.


Trends. The Deployment Of Ground Forces To Kosovo: A Paean For Ambiguity, Editor Feb 1999

Trends. The Deployment Of Ground Forces To Kosovo: A Paean For Ambiguity, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The articles discusses the peace talks in Rambouillet, France between Serbian government representatives and representatives of various ethnic Albanian organizations.


The Organization For Security And Cooperation In Europe And Its 2,000-Member Multinational Force: Doing Milosevic's Dirty Work, Editor Nov 1998

The Organization For Security And Cooperation In Europe And Its 2,000-Member Multinational Force: Doing Milosevic's Dirty Work, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses whether the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will be able to field all 2,000 members of the multinational force scheduled to observe Yugoslavian and Serbian Government forces in Kosovo.


Trends. Milosevic On Force Withdrawal: Can The Wrong Be Right?, Editor Jun 1998

Trends. Milosevic On Force Withdrawal: Can The Wrong Be Right?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the completion of talks between Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic and Russian President Boris Yeltsin, which seems to have lead to the lessening of the momentum for multilateral military intervention sponsored by the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to punish Serbia.


Trends. Black, White, And Shades Of Grey: A Perspective On Kosovo, Editor Mar 1998

Trends. Black, White, And Shades Of Grey: A Perspective On Kosovo, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the brutal crackdowns by Serbian police and paramilitary forces against individuals of Albanian ethnicity in Kosovo province.


Trends. Kosovo And Angola: The Enemy Of My Enemy As Friend Or Enemy?, Editor Jan 1998

Trends. Kosovo And Angola: The Enemy Of My Enemy As Friend Or Enemy?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The articles discusses the time-honored contribution of social psychology is that of balance theories as applied to interpersonal configurations.


Rumor Analysis: Nato, Radiation Weapons, And Gornja Omarska Sep 1997

Rumor Analysis: Nato, Radiation Weapons, And Gornja Omarska

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies factors contributing to the credibility of a rumor transmitted by and among some Bosnian Serbs that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) employed radiation weapons in it's 1995 bombing campaign leading up to the Dayton peace accords.


Feminist Resistance In Serbia, Donna M. Hughes Dr., Lepa Mladjenovic, Zorica Mrsevic Dec 1994

Feminist Resistance In Serbia, Donna M. Hughes Dr., Lepa Mladjenovic, Zorica Mrsevic

Donna M. Hughes

In the last four years the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has broken apart. Driven by nationalism, the wars in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia have killed an estimated 300,000 people, wounded another 1,500,00 and forced 4,500,000 people to become refugees. While the world see daily reports of Serbian aggression and nationalist extremism, feminists in Serbia have been protesting all acts of aggression, included that advocated by their own government and supporting the victims of violence.