Saved Stories – None: The Politics of Political Profiling

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Attempts to understand the motives and actions of political figures have a long history. Sometime around the year 100 CE, for example, the Greek historian Plutarch slipped a bit of psychological profiling into his biography of the Greek politician, Themistocles.

Themistocles was a Greek leader who, six centuries before he became Plutarch’s biographical subject, created the Athenian navy and saved Greece from conquest by the Persians at the Battle of Salamis. Themistocles’s mother was not an Athenian. She may not have even been Greek. She was therefore regarded as an “alien” in the eyes of Athenians.

 Plutarch highlighted the significance of this fact in his subject’s life when he observed that Themistocles took steps to offset this disadvantage: “Themistocles sought to induce certain well-born [Athenian] youths to go out to Cynosarges [a place frequented by “aliens”] and exercise with him; and by his success in this bit of cunning he is thought to have removed the distinction between aliens and legitimates.”

Plutarch also considered the behavior of the young Themistocles: “However lowly his birth, it is agreed on all hands that while yet a boy he was impetuous, by nature sagacious, and by election enterprising and prone to public life. In times of relaxation and leisure, when absolved from his lessons, he would not play nor indulge his ease, as the rest of the boys did, but would be found composing and rehearsing to himself mock speeches. These speeches would be in accusation or defense of some boy or other.” On other occasions, “he was taunted by men of reputed culture.”

By noting Themistocles’s mother’s status and his youthful actions, Plutarch implies that Themistocles’s considerable ambition may have been fueled by his desire to overcome his inherited alien status in Athenian society.

Some historians would undoubtedly question Plutarch’s psychohistorical dabbling. Historians depend on documentation, archeological evidence and other tangible sources of information, to draw conclusions. There are no historical records—diaries, letters, interviews, etc.– addressing Themistocles’s feelings about his mother’s outsider status in ancient Greece. And often there is no such reliable evidence to support analyses of more modern subjects of historical psychological profiling. Records providing reliable insight into the thought processes of historical figures are rare. Even diaries may mislead if the diarists slant their entries to present a flattering impression of themselves.

Furthermore, not everyone is convinced that modern psychological methods and insights can be accurately applied to past cultures and societies. Behavior is related to culture. Past cultures can differ significantly from modern culture.

The controversy increases even more when the subject of a profile is alive. More than 1,900 years after Plutarch wrote Lives, political profiling is still a popular pastime for amateurs and a focus of often heated debate for professional mental health care providers.

In 1964, 1,189 psychiatrists (out of 12,356) responded to a poll mailed to them by the publisher of Fact magazine asking them if they believed presidential candidate “Barry Goldwater is psychologically fit to serve as President of the United States?” Their responses embarrassed the profession. Goldwater was “diagnosed” with disorders like megalomania, paranoid personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder and schizophrenia.

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Goldwater sued the publisher. He won one dollar for personal harm and $75,000 in damages.

Barry Goldwater sued the publisher of Fact magazine for libel and won.

Source: Photo credit: Google News Archive, Goldwater for President 1964

 A dozen years after the fiasco, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) issued guidelines, known as The Goldwater Rule, stating that is unethical for its members to give professional opinions about public figures whom they have not personally examined and from whom they have not received permission to forego doctor-patient confidentiality.

Interestingly, in 1976, the APA published the results of its task force called “The Psychiatrist As Psychohistorian.” The report reiterates the long-held APA position that condemns psychoanalyzing living persons, but it also “concludes that it is not necessarily unethical for a psychiatrist to produce confidential profiles of individuals in the service of national interest, and there are even occasions when such profiles may be appropriately published.”  

In recent years, the Goldwater Rule has been cited frequently in reference to mental health care professionals expressing concern about the mental health of President Donald Trump. Traditionalists like the officials of the APA insist it is still unethical to psychoanalyze a living person without direct examination and approval. The APA claims this can result in inaccurate diagnoses and stigma directed at the subject and relatives. It could also be used as a political tool.

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Advocates of openly discussing a president’s mental health insist they have a duty to warn if they, as professionals, see clear evidence based on their experience that he or she could pose a threat to others. If the leader of a nation with significant armed forces or nuclear weapons at his or her disposal was in any way subject to the instability characteristic of a mental illness or severe personality disorder, these professionals assert that they would be derelict if they remained silent.

If you combine the APA task force’s conclusion that it can be ethical to produce confidential profiles of living persons if it serves the national interest, with the fact that the citizens of every country have the right to be reassured that their leaders are mentally healthy, then you are led to the conclusion that the field of psychiatry, and by extension all citizens, could benefit from a revision of the Goldwater Rule.

Presidents and presidential candidates routinely release the results of physical medical examinations. A leader’s mental health is, if anything, more important than a leader’s physical health; at least, it is for the health of the nation.  

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НЬЮ-ЙОРК, NEW YORK// Как незабываемо отметить день отца в Нью-Йорке? Вылететь в аэродинамическую трубу, выпить пива в самом большом спортбаре, и “зависнуть” в самом маленьком музее размером с лифт
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Gov. Lee, top Republicans celebrate failed UAW bid to unionize VW  Chattanooga Times Free Press

Top Tennessee Republican elected leaders are celebrating the United Auto Workers’ failed second bid to win union representation at Volkswagen’s …

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Вести.Ru: Фастфуд может вызвать преждевременное старение мозга

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Австралийские ученые провели исследование, которое показало, что фастфуд может вызывать преждевременное старение мозга. Исследователи из Австралийского национального института утверждают, что ущерб становится практически необратим после достижения среднего возраста.

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: Ukraine rules the field on 2nd day of FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest – Xinhua | English.news.cn – Xinhua

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Ukraine rules the field on 2nd day of FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest – Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua

BUDAPEST, June 16 (Xinhua) — The Ukrainians ruled the field on the second day of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest as they …

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Chernoybyl Accident Forever Divided Soviet Citizens and Regime into ‘Us’ and ‘Them,’ Pastukhov Recalls

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, June 15 – The recent controversy over a new film about the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986 has prompted many who were alive at that time to recall what is meant for them. Vladimir Pastukhov, a London-based analyst of Russian affairs, says that for him and many others, it was a turning point to led to the end of the USSR.
            Mikhail Gorbachev has said that Chernobyl contributed to the demise of the Soviet Union by its impact on the economy, Pastukhov says; but that is not the case. Instead, it did so by destroying the trust between the population and the regime and dividing them permanently between “us” and “them” (republic.ru/posts/93943).
            “With Chernobyl,” the historian says, “began my alienation from everything that was in any way connected with the state and with those who worked for it. From that moment to the last day of the existence of this system as only ‘I’ and ‘they’ – and the two things were always separate and in opposition to each other.
            Consequently, when the regime began to disintegrate, Pastukhov continues, he looked on without any desire to get involved in saving it.  Trust, he points out, is something that can dissipate overnight and that is what happened because of Chernobyl, a development that many underrate.
            “Regimes die in the last analysis not from wars, catastrophes or even more from economc difficulties. All of those things in fact may help them unite and survive if there is trust. Instead, regimes die from actions that cause a large part of their populations to be politically alienated” – and that is something one must always remember and look for.
            The American film about Chernobyl has pluses and minuses, Pastukhov says. “But from my point of view, the main thing in it is that it captures the atmosphere of lives which surrounded us then.”
            In an appearance via Skype on Ekho Mosvky’s “2019” program, the London-based analyst suggests that what is going in Russia today in many ways represents a slow-moving Chernobyl in which any remaining trust between the population and the regime is being destroyed (echo.msk.ru/programs/year2019/2444781-echo/).
            As a result, when the crisis comes as it must, the regime will not be able to count on the people, not because of economic problems or political failures but because like its Soviet predecessors, it has lost the trust of the people. They are thus highly unlikely to come to its defense. 

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Pashinyan Contesting Karabakh Clan in All Parts of Armenian Political System, Nadja Douglas Says

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            Staunton, June 15 – One of the most important sources of the continuing tragedy of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is that the political systems of both countries are still dominated by elites rooted in places which not surprisingly have generated the most intensely held nationalist passions.
            In Azerbaijan, the political elite has been dominated by those like Aliyev father and son who trace their lineage to Nakchivan, the non-contiguous part of the Republic of Azerbaijan; and in Armenia, the corresponding political elite has been dominated until very recently by presidents and others form Nagorno-Karabakh, the Armenian-dominated region of Azerbaijan.
            Because passionate nationalists are more likely to arise and be supported in such marginal and mixed areas, the elites of the two countries have found it impossible to reach agreement on the conflict between them, precisely the kind of poison pill that Stalin inserted into the situation more than 90 years ago when he drew the borders.
            That was one of the reasons the author of these lines proposed nearly 30 years ago what has become notorious as “the Goble Plan” for the Karabakh dispute, “a plan” that would have eliminated these two seedbeds of nationalism by ensuring that Nakchivan was linked by land to Azerbaijan proper and Karabakh became part of Armenia.
            That has not happened and is now unlikely to, but the problems of nationalism arising in Karabakh and Nakchivan has not gone away.  And ever more analysts are seeking to find a way around it.  One of the most promising recent developments is the rise of Nikol Pashinyan in Armenia who is contesting “the Karabakh clan” in all parts of the Armenian political system.
            Nadja Douglas, a scholar at Berlin’s Center for East European and International Research, is focusing on that issue.  In an interview to Germany’s Caucasus Watch, she says that the Karabakh “clan’s” distrust of Pashinyan has its roots in his expression of doubts about the four-day war in 2016 (caucasuswatch.de/news/1725.html).
                He has even called for setting up a parliamentary committee to investigate that war, something highly offensive to the leader of the Karabakh clan, Douglas says. But by doing so, she continues, Pashinyan has drawn red lines for Karabakh leaders and their supporters in Armenia: Stepanakert “must not interfere in the internal affairs of Armenia.”
            While the strength of the Karabakh “clan” in Armenia politics should not be overrated given Pashinyan’s position, Douglas says that there is little reason to expect rapid progress in talks between Yerevan and Baku given that the nationalists on both sides can easily intervene and torpedo any plan based on concessions.

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Free Russia Forum Delegates Comment on Appeal by Tatar Government in Exile

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, June 15 – Even though the Free Russia Forum in Lithuania passed over in silence an appeal from the Tatarstan government in exile for recognition or their republic’s independence (windowoneurasia2.blogspot.com/2019/06/free-russia-forum-passes-over-appeal.html), many participants had more positive reactions.
            Ramazan Alpaut of the IdelRealportal which tracks developments in the Middle Volga, took part in the meeting and met with a number of the Forum participants.  He has now provided a summary of their comments which helps to put the meeting’s inaction in context and to suggest future strategies (idelreal.org/a/29999838.html).
            Daniil Konstantinov, a leader of the Russian European Movement and member of the Forum’s permanent committee, said that the Forum did not have the authority to recognize or not recognize the independence of a region or republic. It did, however, put the appeal on its website for comment.
            Some supported it, others opposed it, but the delegates clearly felt, he continued, that they did not have sufficient information or authority to make a decision, Konstantinov said. We simply don’t know what the people of Tatarstan think, he continued. As for himself, he said he favors the preservation and development of federalism in Russia.
            Igor Yakovenko, the former secretary of the Union of  Russian Journalists and a commentator who has taken part in Forum meetings since the beginning, said that the people of various republics and regions must make the decision about whether to be independent or remain part of Russia.
            “I think,” he said, “that after the Putin empire will be destroyed, all its component parts must take a decision whether to continue to live in this single state or try to establish their own statehood.” Each of those decisions must be taken independently. Calling for this or that independent state from the outside would be “quite strange,” Yakovenko said.
            In addition, Yakovenko said, there is the question of “independence from whom?” The peoples of the country need independence “above all from their own authorities” who are every bit as much “colonizers” as Moscow is. He added that he favors “the transformation of the Russian empire into a large number of independent states.”
            The reason for that, he continued, is simple.  “The preservation of the Russian state in its current borders will inevitably lead to the restoration of the imperial syndrome, even if in place of the Russian empire there arises let us say, ‘the beautiful Russia of the future’ which Aleksey Navalny has outlined.” The imperial temptation will remain “enormous.”
And Aleksandr Morozov, a political scientist who also took part in the Forum, said that the appeal by the Tatarstan government in exile was “completely justified.”  But while such groups, just like the Crimean Tatars, are correct in making such appeals, the Forum is equally justified in not coming out in support of them.   That isn’t its proper role.
To do so would be to exceed the Forum’s authority, but at the same time, he continued, the Forum needs to invite more representatives of the regions and republics to its future meetings. At the first meetings of the Forum, regional and national questions were discussed actively. That approach needs to be restored. 

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Former Northampton Housing Authority maintenance director settles case with state agency  GazetteNET

NORTHAMPTON — A former Northampton Housing Authority maintenance director who filed a lawsuit appealing the state Civil *Service* Commission’s ruling that …

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Ленни Кравиц поделился эмоциями от возвращения в Россию

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Американский исполнитель Ленни Кравиц выступил на 30-ом кинофестивале “Кинотавр” в Сочи, передает РИА “Новости”.

Отмечается, что выступление музыканта продолжалось 1,5 часа, на протяжении которых гости фестиваля …

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Взгляд: Британия решила направить спецназовцев в Персидский залив

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Командование Королевского военно-морского флота Великобритании направит в район Персидского залива 100 спецназовцев, задачей которых станет защита британских судов после эскалации напряженности в этом регионе.

По информации издания, задача по обеспечению охраны судов возложена на морских пехотинцев 42-го десантно-диверсионного отряда, который базируется возле Плимута, передает ТАСС со ссылкой на газету The Times.

Местом базирования этого подразделения станет открытая в прошлом году британская военно-морская база в Бахрейне. Отсюда британские спецназовцы будут выходить в море на военных кораблях, которые осуществляют патрулирование вод Персидского залива, и защищать следующие через Ормузский пролив как военные суда, так и корабли торгового флота Великобритании.

В четверг в Оманском заливе произошла атака на два нефтяных танкера, один из которых затонул, среди членов экипажа были россияне. Официальный Лондон уже обвинил Тегеран в причастности к произошедшему в Оманском заливе.

Москва призывала провести расследование инцидента в Оманском заливе и подчеркивала, что пока рано делать выводы о виновности Ирана.

Газета ВЗГЛЯД разбиралась, что послужило причиной взрывов танкеров.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Unknown Vandals Put Swastika on Argentine Holocaust Memorial

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A spray-painted swastika was found on a Holocaust memorial in the northeastern Argentine city of Resistencia amid a wave of anti-Semitic incidents in the country in recent months.

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Lenta.ru : Новости: Индия начала торговую войну с США

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Индия ввела дополнительные пошлины на 28 товаров, ввозимых из США. Они начнут действовать с воскресенья, 16 июня. Документ, подготовленный Министерством финансов, опубликован на портале правовой информации Gazette of India. Речь идет, в частности, о таких товарах, как миндаль, яблоки и грецкие орехи.

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: Pete Buttigieg responds to Trump’s comments on accepting foreign help in elections: “Just call the FBI” – CBS News

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): Operation Novichok: Operation Novichok from Michael_Novakhov (23 sites): Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): Saved Stories – Michael Novakhov on Twitter: 4:41 AM 6/15/2019 – News Review: America’s Sprawling Detention System For Migrants | All In | MSNBC trumpandtrumpism.com/2019/06/15/441…

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Чернокожий сотрудник подал в суд на Boeing из-за расизма

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Чернокожий сотрудник американской корпорации Boeing подал в суд на компанию после того, как в разное время обнаружил на рабочем месте петлю, таблички со словом на “н” и покрывающую его стол мочу. Об этом сообщает ABC News.

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КПРФ.ру – Главные новости: Н.А. Останина: “С днем отца!”

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Дорогие наши мужчины! В жизни каждого из вас наступает тот великий день, когда вы становитесь отцом, становитесь настоящим мужчиной. Это – главное событие, это огромная радость и огромная ответственность. Отныне и навсегда у вас начинается …

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