POLITICS AND THE LIFE SCIENCES

September 2002, 21:2


From the Editor
Robert H. Sprinkle, “Weapons, honor, anguish, and earth,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 1-2.




Milton Leitenberg, “Biological weapons and bioterrorism in the first years of the twenty-first century,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 3-27.


Matthew A. Goldstein, “The biological roots of heat-of-passion crimes and honor killings,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 28-37.


Mohammed I. Khalili, “A comment on heat-of-passion crimes, honor killings, and Islam,”Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 38-40.




Harrison Symposium II
A Decade Since Rio
What Legacy for the Earth Summit?

Ken Conca, “About the Harrison Symposium,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 41-45.



Adil Najam, “Unraveling of the Rio bargain,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 46-50.


Matthias P. Finger, “Rio plus ten years of globalization,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 51-52.


Ken Conca, “Beyond the Earth Summit framework,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, pp. 53-55.


Helen Ingram and Bryan McDonald, “The precautionary principle, science wars, and the Earth Summit,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 56-60.


Pedro Jacobi, “Agenda 21 and cities in developing countries,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 61-65.


Yasuko Kameyama, “Can Japan be an environmental leader? Japanese environmental diplomacy since the Earth Summit,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 66-71.


Frank Biermann, “Johannesburg plus 20: From intergovernmental environmental policy to earth system governance,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 72-77.


“Further information and useful links,” Politics and the Life Sciences, September 2002, 21:2, p. 78.