Do the EU and NATO threaten Russian security? The book explores the rise of these exclusive 'inter-democratic' security institutions after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the ensuing effects on relations with Russia. Two competing theories are tested to explore whether these institutions aggravate or mitigate the security dilemma with Russia. These institutions can be theorised to promote security as a positive-sum game through European integration and democracy promotion, or pursue collective hegemony with ideologically uncompromising bloc-politics. Glenn Diesen argues that a European security architecture that demotes the largest state on the continent to an object of security inevitably results in 'European integration' becoming a zero-sum geopolitical project that has set the West on a collision course with Russia.--
Commemorating Brown: psychology as a force for liberation / Glenn Adams -- Organized psychology's efforts to influence the Supreme Court on matters of race and education / Lawrence S. Wrightsman -- Still a long way to go : American black-white relations today / Thomas F. Pettigrew -- Brown and intergroup relations : reclaiming a lost opportunity / Walter G. Stephan -- Legacies of Brown : success and failure in social science research on racism / Joe R. Feagin -- From Kansas to Michigan : the path from desegregation to diversity / Amy E. Smith and Faye J. Crosby -- Sense of commonality in values among racial/ethnic groups : an opportunity for a new conception of integration / Patricia Gurin ... [et al.] -- The American color line fifty years after Brown v. Board : many "peoples of color" or black exceptionalism? / David O. Sears -- The pernicious relationship between merit assessment and discrimination in education / Jean-Claude Croizet -- The psychology of invisibility / Stephanie A. Fryberg and Sarah S.M. Townsend -- Desegregating the self : transcending identity politics in South Africa / Elizabeth A. Self and Daniel G. Acheson-Brown -- Beyond prejudice : toward a sociocultural psychology of racism and oppression / Glenn Adams ... [et al.]
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THIS ARTICLE EXPLAINS THE REASONS WHY THE AFL-CIO HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO HELP RE-ELECT BILL CLINTON IN 1996. ALTHOUGH HE CONTINUALLY DISAPPOINTS LABOR, BILL CLINTON WAS A BETTER CHOICE THAN BOB DOLE. THE 1998 CAMPAIGN SEASON IS DISCUSSED: THERE HAS BEEN ALMOST NO TALK OF LABOR'S CORE ISSUES. LABOR IS INVESTING HEAVILY IN UNINSPIRING, CULTURALLY CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES NATIONWIDE. FOR THE 2000 AND 2002 ELECTIONS UNIONS WILL NEED TO MAKE A LOT OF CHEERLESS, DEFENSIVE, LESSER-EVIL ENDORSEMENTS. BUT EVEN IN THIS UNHAPPY CONTEXT, UNIONS COULD USE THE ELECTORAL ARENA MORE EFFECTIVELY, AS A MEANS OF FORCING THEIR ISSUES ONTO THE PUBLIC AGENDA AND AS A MEANS OF STRENGTHENING COALITIONS FOR OTHER PROGRESSIVE SOCIAL MOVEMENTS.