JULY 2002
   
  VOL. 49, No. 7

Cover Story

BACK, BY POPULAR DEMAND? HOW VENEZUELA'S HUGO CHÁVEZ GOT A SECOND CHANCE
  The 48-Hour Coup, Duncan Campbell, The Guardian, London
Hamburgers, Cured Ham, and Oil, Aram Ruben Aharonian, Proceso, Mexico City
A Major Defeat for America, Hesmatollah Fallahat-Pisheh, Resalaat, Tehran
The Fires at Dawn, Rafael Osío Cabrices, Primicia, Caracas
Walking on Eggshells, José Vales, Revista Cambio, Bogatá
African music and social rebellionBurmese opposition leader releasedThe Argentine financial crisisGen. Musharraf's New ClothesManagua

Features
EUROPE TILTS RIGHTWARD
  Fear Elects Scapegoaters, Johannes Willms, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
Erecting Fortress Europe, Vipul Mudgal, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Revisiting Past Horrors, Frederico Reyes Heroles, Reforma, Mexico City
Who's Afraid of the Far Right?, Mick Humes, Spiked, London
Euro-Rejectionists Go to Extremes, Paolo Virtuani, Corriere della Sera, Milan
The Netherlands: The Vote Must Go On, De Volkskrant, Amsterdam
PAKISTAN: THE GENERAL'S NEW CLOTHES
  A Pyrrhic Victory, Husain Haqqani, The Nation, Lahore
Beware Musharraf's Malice, Wilson John, The Pioneer, New Delhi
Pakistan's Double-Dealing in the War on Terrorism, Hiranmay Karlekar, The Pioneer, New Delhi
The Delusions of Dictatorship, The Age, Melbourne

Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
Washington Spurns the International Criminal Court

NATIONS
Afghan Spring Amid Fear and Hope, Profil, Vienna
East Timor Celebrates the Birth of a Nation at Peace
, The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney

  State of the Debate
Kenya: Guessing Game
Pan-Africa: The NEPAD Formula
Argentina: No Magic Bullet
Mexico/Cuba: Fox and Fidel
Myanmar: Free at Last

France: Uncertain Future
Romania: Southern Comfort
Israel and the Palestinian Authority: Rashomon

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EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
The Third Link, La Jornada, Mexico City

We Are All Americans, El País, Madrid

ARTS

Stand Up, Africa!, L'Express, Paris
Salif Keita's Acoustical Manifesto, L'Express, Paris

BOOKS
Powerful Portraits, The Sunday Tribune, Dublin

Weaving a World, The Age, Melbourne

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Life Savings, Die Zeit, Hamburg

Weaving a World, The Age, Melbourne

SOCIETY
A City of 2 Million Without a Map, The Toronto Star, Toronto
Liberia: Withering Voinjama, New Democrat, Heerlen
El-Zakzaky Blasts Sharia Governors, Daily Champion, Lagos

COMMENTARY
Why I'm Boycotting Israel, The Independent, London
An Anti-Semitic Europe? No, but... Ha'aretz, Tel Aviv

PEOPLE

Hsin Tao: No Ordinary Monk
Fatima Jibrell: Nursing Nature



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