JUNE 2003
   
  VOL. 50, No. 6

Cover Story

THE END (TO BE CONTINUED)
  Much More Than a War, Enric González, El País, Madrid
The Writing on the Wall, Ayman El-Amir, Al-Ahram Weekly, Cairo
We, the Traitors
, Adam Michnik, Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw
America Is Not a Role Model, Gideon Levy, Ha'aretz, Tel Aviv
After a Long, Dark Night, Paul McGeough, The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney
Silence, Louder than Any Scream, Giuliana Sgrena, Die Zeit, Hamburg
A Muslim Must Fight, Jan Mikruta and Przemyslaw Marzec, Rzeczpospolita, Warsaw
Slaughter, Guilt, Comfort, Denial, Carmen Lawrence, The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney
The Biased Truth of Arab Media, Abd al-Rahman al-Rashid, Al-Sharq al-Awsat, London
Conversations with Julio, Ana Bueno, El Mundo, Madrid
Tariq Ayoub: Setting an Example, Sultan al-Hatab, Al-Ra'i, Amman
Departments
  VIEWPOINTS
Reconstructing Iraq
NATIONS

Serbia After Djidnjic: The Maelstrom of Its Own Crimes
Dani, Sarajevo
Mayhem in Warri: The Struggle for Political Advantage
Newswatch, Lagos
STATE OF THE DEBATE
Asia: Battling SARS
Colombia-Venezuela: Border Tensions Rise
Latin America: Another Battlefield Casualty?
Ghana: What Price Reconciliation?
Africa: Shock, but No Awe
Italy: In Medias Res
Poland: Paper Chase
Iran: Americans Next Door
Kuwait: Majority of One

PEOPLE

ARTS

A Proposal for a World War Museum, Freitag, Berlin
COVER: A Kurdish man in a house bombed by Iraqis in Kifri, northern Iraq, April 1, 2003 (Gramma-Presse/Buu Alain). Cover design: Laura Custus.
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EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
The Uneasiness of Arab-Americans, Le Point, Paris

BOOKS
You're Scared to Death, Old Buddy, Lire, Paris
How the Beautiful Game Scored During the War, The Sunday Business Post, Dublin

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
A Mystery Killer, Frontline, Chennai

COMMENTARY

Crimes Against Humanity and Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Independent, Harare
Suicidal Violence, Daily News, Harare
Don't Put All the Blame for Kashmir on Pakistan, Dawn, Karachi
Needed: A Kashmir Policy, India Today, New Delhi
Castro and Iraq, Le Monde, Paris


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