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  • Michaelis, Kelly; Wiener, Martin; Thompson, James C. (Frontiers Media, 2014-04-24)
    Rhythms are an essential characteristic of our lives, and auditory-motor coupling affects a variety of behaviors. Previous research has shown that the neural regions associated with motor system processing are coupled to ...
  • Robertson, Stephen (2020)
    For six decades beginning in the 1870s, American private detectives operated as a de facto national police force, filling the gap in policing services at the state and federal level that existed until the expansion of the ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2003)
    In the lead-up to and during the American-led intervention in Iraq this year, the Putin administration had several goals: - To work in partnership with other nations, especially France and Germany, to prevent the United ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-06-25)
    Vladimir Putin's offer to contribute the Soviet-era radar installation in Azerbaijan to a ballistic missile defense system aimed at rogue states was not only a surprise to the United States, but also to Iran.
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-07-13)
    With Russian President Vladimir Putin slated to leave office in less than a year, what can be said about how history will judge him? He definitely has positive accomplishments to boast about: restoring order after the chaos ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-08-20)
    "The geopolitics of Azerbaijan are complex. And they could become even more so. But first, something must be said about what exactly geopolitics are, and what is involved. 1. Identifying a country's strengths and weakness ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-11-17)
    "British Prime Minister Tony Blair has told the U.S. government-sponsored Iraq Study Group that pushing for an Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement ""was the only way"" to bring about long-term stability to Iraq and the ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-08-04)
    "A few days ago, I watched once again the Western classic ""High Noon,"" starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly. I'd seen it on previous occasions, but what struck me now is how the story in this 1952 movie bears an uncanny ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-12-29)
    "Retired U.S. Army General Jack Keane and American Enterprise Institute scholar Frederic W. Kagan have argued that any ""surge"" of additional American troops to Iraq should be ""large and lasting."" In a Washington Post ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-01-26)
    Right in the midst of the Bush administration's preparations to send even more American troops to Iraq came news that China successfully fired a missile to destroy one of its own satellites earlier this month. While Chinese ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-01-19)
    The November 2006 Congressional elections made clear that a majority of the American voters no longer support the war in Iraq. The Iraq Study Group, co-chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State James Baker and former ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-10-27)
    Some light has finally been shed on the mystery of who will lead Russia after the expiration of Vladimir Putin's second term as president in 2008. Putin has long pledged that he will honor the Russian constitution's limit ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-06-02)
    The annual summit of the presidents of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization will take place this coming August in Kyrgyzstan. The SCO groups together Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-09-15)
    "Greta Garbo's 1939 film ""Ninotchka"" can teach us much about how the Global War on Terror (or GWOT) can be won."
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-05-11)
    An Iranian-American scholar who directs the Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington was jailed in Tehran earlier this week. Haleh Esfandiari had gone to Iran late last year ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-12-01)
    One idea being floated for resolving the conflict in Iraq is for the United States to get help in doing this from Iran and Syria -- two governments that Washington has long had hostile relations with. It is highly doubtful ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-03-03)
    "Russian President Vladimir Putin has frequently called for the creation of a ""multipolar"" world in order to limit America's ability to act unilaterally without consulting others, especially him. Putin has encouraged ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-02-23)
    Tony Blair's announcement that Britain will reduce its troop presence in Iraq from 7,100 to 5,500 by the end of summer, and possibly to 5,000 by the end of 2007 has come as a shock to the Bush administration. After all, ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-06-05)
    Many of these columns have been critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Others have been critical of American President George W. Bush. Those who object to my criticism of Putin see me as a conservative, while those ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-04-20)
    "The U.S. government has long claimed that Iran is providing arms and training to anti-American Shiite militia groups in Iraq. For Iran to do this may be reprehensible, but is at least understandable in that the majority ...

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