MAY 2003
   
  VOL. 50, No. 5

Cover Story

THE PRESS GOES TO WAR
  My Instincts Tell Me to Stay, A Scandinavian correspondent in Baghdad
France: Avoiding the Same Trap, Brent Gregston, WPR
Competitive Media War, The Indian Express, New Delhi
Embedded with the Allies, Matthew Fisher, National Post, Toronto
Germany: Intense Focus, Basil D. Freydkin, WPR
Bulgaria: A Matter of Money, Plamen Petrov, WPR
Media Mean Business, Heiko Flottau, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
Al-Jazeera Turns West, Mark van Assen, Amersfoortse Courant, Amersfoort
ROUNDUP: Britain: Embedding or Not, Denis Fitzgerald, WPR
China: Unprecedented Coverage, Xiong Lei and Ma Xiaoyan, WPR
Philippines: Underpaid, Yet Brave, Marites N. Sison, WPR
Features

WILL THE NEW EUROPE PLEASE STAND UP?
  "Old" Europe Lectures "New," Oleg Moroz, Literaturnaya Gazeta, Moscow
Better a Hawk than a Chameleon, Evgeni Petrov, Standart News, Sofia
Not in Our Name, Ljiljana Smajlovic, NIN, Belgrade
The Real Face of Vaclav Klaus, Petr Fischer, Lidove Noviny, Prague
Caught Between America and Europe, Franko Egro, Shekulli, Tirana
THE PHILIPPINES: ANOTHER U.S. FRONT?
  The Evolution of Muslim Insurgency, Marco Garrido, Asia Times, Hong Kong
In a War, Never Rule Out Anything, Max V. Soliven, The Philippine Star, Manila
Deception and Constitutional Crisis, Walden Bello, Cyber Dyaryo, Manila

Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
NATIONS

A Game or a Military Threat?
Ronza, Tokyo
STATE OF THE DEBATE
Builder of Ruins
Andrew Yurkovsky, World Press Review senior editor


Front Page
About Us
World Maps
Africa
Americas
Asia
Europe
Middle East
EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
Germany Stinks, Der Spiegel, Hamburg
Bye-Bye, America, Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt

ARTS

Masai: The New Red Indians of Hollywood, The East African, Nairobi
Kitsch at Ground Zero?, Profil, Vienna
BOOKS

Le Monde Denounced, Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Collateral Damage, Le Figaro, Paris
What the Experts Say... New Scientist, London
SOCIETY

People and Power in Montenegro,
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich
Haven't We Had Enough?
Al-Ahram Weekly, Cairo
COMMENTARY
Who's Eating, and Who's Being Eaten? La Jornada, Mexico City
Shots Directed at Serbia, Vecernje Novosti, Belgrade


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