One World Not Three is a fantastic study in pushing and pulling the beat. I think the main weapon here is playing the snare ahead to create what he once described as a teenaged anksty urgency. The way he leads into the "up" sections with tom phrases gives it a cool over-the-barline feel. It's a great song to study to wrap your head around the Stewart Copeland world.
I've always loved how in "Miss Gradenko" the bass drum always accenuates "the one", even when it isn't playing "the one"... kind of a Copeland thing imo, framing the one without always playing it with the bass.