SEPTEMBER 2002
   
  VOL. 49, No. 9
Cover Story

LEARNING CURVE: THE GLOBAL EDUCATION DEBATE
  Building Better Schools Together, Elzbieta Cichocka, Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw
We Have Enough Experts, Dagmar Schipanski, Die Zeit, Hamburg
Been There, Done That, Kathleen Morikawa, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo
Low Pay, Low Prestige, Laura Pekonen, Helsingin Sanomat, Helsinki
"Relate Education to Work," Bukola Olatunji, This Day, Lagos
Privatization in PeruEducation reform in JapanArab human developmentRising tensions in VenezuelaCensorship

Features
PALESTINIANS: WHO CALLS THE SHOTS?
  Deciding What We Want, Azzam Tawfiq Abu-Al-Sa'ud, Al-Quds, Jerusalem
Palestine: Beacon to Arab Nations, Al-Quds al-Arabi, London
Do Not Betray Arafat, Ahmad Al-Jindi, Al-Akhbar, Cairo
The Arafat Dilemma, Hani Al-Masri, Al-Ayyam, Ramallah
Reforming the Region, Salaheddin Hafez, Al-Khaleej, Abu Dhabi
TOLEDO'S BROKEN PROMISES
  Privatization: Just Say No, Latinamerica Press, Lima
The Neo-Liberal Model Under Siege, Mauricio Rodriguez, La República, Lima
The Scene of the Crime, Sergio Ramírez, La Jornada, Mexico City
The Twilight of Toledo, La República, Lima

Departments

  VIEWPOINTS
United States Bombs Afghan Wedding
The WorldCom Scandal

NATIONS
Argentina: The Epidemic Spreads in Latin America, Proceso, Mexico City
Rima Khalaf Drops a Bomb
, Al-Ra'i, Amman

  State of the Debate
Israel: Beyond the Pale
Ecuador: Caught in the Crossfire
Venezuela: Coup de Grâce?
Malaysia: Dramatic Exit
New Zealand: Kernels of Truth
Pan-Africa: The African Union
Greece: November's Fall?
Poland: Demons from the Past

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Europe
Middle East
EYE ON THE UNITED STATES
Anti-U.S., Go Home! Le Figaro, Paris


Bush Sets an Example for America's Portly, Huanqiu Shibao/Global Times, Beijing

ARTS

The Queen of Salsa in Rabat, Libération, Paris

The Props of a Storyteller, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo


BOOKS
Beyond the Lens, The Sunday Business Post, Dublin


SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Medicine's Holy Grail, The Guardian, London


SOCIETY
The Ugly German Shows His Face, Der Spiegel, Hamburg

COMMENTARY
Don't Patronize Africa: Give Trade, Not Aid, The Times, London
Will NEPAD Prove Another False Start for Africa? The East African, Nairobi
Double Standard, Danas, Belgrade


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