MAY 2002
   
  VOL. 49, No. 5

Cover Story

UNDER THE GUN
  Dispatches from No Man's Land, Jim Farrell, Edmonton Journal, Edmonton
Was Pearl Onto Something? Siddharth Varadarajan, The Times of India, New Delhi
A Photo to the Death, Lorenzo Bianchi, Il Giorno, Milan
Access—at a Price, Anat Tzigelman, Ha'aretz, Tel Aviv
Lies and KGB Clones, Anna Politkovskaya, Novaya Gazeta, Moscow
The Message Without Lies, Patrick Smyth, The Irish Times, Dublin
Escalating violence in the Middle EastJoseph Savimbi is deadThe Pentagon’s Nuclear ContingencyWas Daniel Pearl Onto Something?Milosevic on Trial

Features
CHRONICLE OF A WAR FORETOLD
  Colombia: Moving into Terra Incognita, Semana, Bogotá
Fear in Caguán, Sandra Bibiana Flórez, Proceso, Mexico City
A Violent Interlude, Alfredo Rangel Suárez, El Tiempo, Bogatá
Colombia at its Crucial Hour, La Nación, Buenos Aires
NIGERIA: THINGS FALL APART
  Democracy Without Democrats, Tempo, Lagos
Ethnic Militias Guard Tribal Divides, Remi Oyo, Gemini News Service, London
Only Dialogue Can Tame This Crisis, This Day, Lagos
Nigeria: A Country in Limbo, Vanguard, Lagos
Tensions Mount, Anarchy Looms, Kunle Oyatomi, Vanguard, Lagos

Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
Violence Escalates in the Middle East
The Pentagon's Nuclear Contingency
Elections in Zimbabwe

NATIONS
On Turkey's Shoulders, Milliyet, Istanbul
Germany Defends Mission in Afghanistan
, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt
Vietnam's Ghosts Haunt the War in Afghanistan, The Independent, London

  State of the Debate
Angola: An Unmourned Death
West Africa: Sex-for-Food Scandal
Toledo: No Longer the People's Choice?
Brazil: Crime Spree
Sri Lanka: Historic Cease-Fire
The Balkans: Milosevic Trial
Saudi Arabia: A Prince's Olive Branch

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Africa
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Asia
Europe
Middle East
EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
America Killed the Olympics, Kapital, Sofia


ARTS

Hitler for Children, El País, Madrid

BOOKS
Cuba Libro, Libération, Paris


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Random Order, Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm


SOCIETY
Fishnet Stockings Under the Burqah, The Mail on Sunday, London

Israelis' Run on Guns, Ma'ariv, Tel Aviv


COMMENTARY
Soft Saffron's Litmus Test, Outlook, New Delhi

PEOPLE

Marutei Tsurunen: Japan's Blue-Eyed Politician
Ayse Nur Zarakolu: Battling Bigotry with Books


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