FEBRUARY 2003
   
  VOL. 50, No. 2

Cover Story

THE UNQUENCHABLE THIRST FOR OIL
  The Mother of All Legal Rows, Tom Cholmondeley, The Guardian, London
OPEC and the Chance of War, Randa Taqi al-Din, Al-Hayat, London
The Second Oil War, Mikhail Zygar, Kommersant, Moscow
U.S. Eyes West African Crude, Jonathan Katzenellenbogen, Business Day, Johannesburg
Playing into Saddam’s Hands, La Jornada, Mexico City
A Competitive Northern Pipeline, Mariya Ignatova, Yekaterina Kravchenko,
and Aleksei Tikhonov, Izvestiya, Moscow
A Competitive Northern PipelineGot Weapons?A Kafkaesque AllianceHow Can Zimbabwe Be Saved?Hello Big Brother

Features
CHINA: BETTER RICH THAN RED
  The Gray Helmsman, Catherine Armitage, The Australian, Sydney
China’s Unavoidable Limitations, Liaowang Zhoukan/Outlook Weekly, Beijing
A Spoiled Generation? Craig Baxter, Otago Daily Times, Dunedin
Leashing the Economic Dragon, Brodie Fenlon, The Toronto Sun, Toronto
Fitfully, Change Comes, Park Doo-bok, Joong Ang Ilbo, Seoul
NATO’S GROWING PAINS
  Kafkaesque Alliance, Stefan Kornelius, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
Bigger, Not Better, at Fighting Terror, Deaglán de Bréadún, The Irish Times, Dublin
The American Holdup of NATO, Le Monde, Paris
Making Friends with Old Foes, Marina Kalashnikova, Novye Izvestiya, Moscow
Roundup

Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
Baghdad's Dossier
NATIONS

How Can Zimbabwe Be Saved?
Zimbabwe Independent, Harare
Tough Time for Zimbabwean Asylum-Seekers
Zimbabwe Independent, Harare
Solving the Ivorian Puzzle
Baba Doudou, WPR
STATE OF THE DEBATE
Nigeria: Beauty Turns Ugly
Russia: Freedom Regained
Spain: Black Waters, Dirty Hands
Iran: Students Pump Up the Volume
Thailand: Tackling Terror Warnings
India: Modi's Mandate
Ecuador: The Populist President
NAFTA at 10: Growing Strains


Front Page
About Us
World Maps
Africa
Americas
Asia
Europe
Middle East
EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
An Ironic Message of Tolerance, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
Hello, Big Brother, Izvestiya, Moscow

ARTS

The Revolution Will Be Filmed, The New Zealand Listener, Auckland

BOOKS

My Madeleine Is Rich,
Libération, Paris
A Failed State With Nuclear Weapons,
Dawn, Karachi

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Full of Goodness
New Scientist, London

SOCIETY

Argentina's Dying Children, Página 12, Buenos Aires
Food Exported While Argentines Go Hungry,
The Daily Telegraph, London

COMMENTARY
Whose Decision Is the Cyprus Solution? Politis, Nicosia
The New Reality of Terrorism, The Australian, Sydney

PEOPLE
Sidi Mohammed Daddach

Dave Irvine-Halliday


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