MARCH 2003
   
  VOL. 50, No. 3

Cover Story

CHAIN REACTION ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA
  Korea Is United over One Thing, Martin Woollacott, The Guardian, London
The United States Is Responsible, Korean Central Broadcasting Station, Pyongyang
Roh Moo-hyun's First Test, Qi Paoliang, World News Journal, Beijing
Ending the Three Kims' Epoch, Vasili Mikheev, Novoye Vremya, Moscow
Japan's Diplomacy in Critical Test, Yoichi Funabashi, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo
Why Won't the United States Talk? Kim Yeon-chul, Hankyoreh Shinmun,
Seoul

Features
TURKEY'S TUG OF WAR
  Trial of Endurance, Dimitar Culev, Utrinski Vesnik, Skopje
A Difficult Task, Yavuz Donat, Sabah, Istanbul
Turkey's Heart Beats for Europe, Yves-Michel Riols, L'Expansion, Paris
Woman with Three Husbands, Gungor Uras, Milliyet, Istanbul
In the Country with Two Fronts, Christiane Schlötzer, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
The New Turkish Visitor, Samir Atta Allah, Al-Sharq al-Awsat, London
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Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
The United States Moves Closer to War
NATIONS

Ten Years On, Slovaks Say, "This is Our Home."
Rzeczpospolita, Warsaw
Terror Strikes in Bangladesh
Frontline, Chennai
STATE OF THE DEBATE
Palestinian Authority: Empty Chairs
Kenya: Decisive Victory
Ethiopia: Famine Threat
The Philippines: Arroyo Bows Out
Taiwan: Diplomatic Blunder
Venezuela: A Nation on Strike
Lithuania: High Flyer
Germany: A Pyrrhic Labor Victory


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About Us
World Maps
Africa
Americas
Asia
Europe
Middle East
EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
American Liberals Torn, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
Misleading the World, Al-Hayat, London

ARTS

Under Construction, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo
An Unflinching Look at Chinoy Life, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Manila

BOOKS

A Novel of the Famine
, The Independent, London

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Stoyan Bardarov's Genius, Sega, Sofia
Dilemma of the Horns, The Weekend Australian Magazine, Sydney

SOCIETY

What the World's Poor Watch on TV, Prospect, London

COMMENTARY
No to a Palestinian State, Arutz Sheva, Tel Aviv

PEOPLE
Frances Ames
Yayori Matsui



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