October 2001
   
  VOL. 48, No. 10




Cover Story

Everything for a Price
 

A Crisis of Corruption Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service, Rome
The Language of Naira
Ray Ekpu, Newswatch, Lagos
Environmental Destruction Raúl Monge and Silvia Ortiz, Proceso, Mexico City
Custom of the Country Joachim Buwembo, The East African, Nairobi
Taking Multinationals to Task Chris McGreal, The Guardian Weekly, London
Hypocrisy Surrounds Bribery Issue Richard Gwyn, The Toronto Star, Toronto
Roundup: The State of Corruption


Features:

 

Inheriting Indonesia
Megawati Rises to the Challenge Tempo, Jakarta
Asian Neighbors Think Alike The Philippine Star, Manila
Mega, Put the "I" in Innovation Denny JA, Kompas, Jakarta
The Dream that Never Was Vadine England, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

2001 International Editor of the Year Award

An Unsparing Gaze Katarina Subasic
Republic 0% Perica Vucinic, Reporter, Banja Luka
Serbia 1999: Dictatorship Zeljko Cvijanovic, Reporter, Belgrade
Presidents—Past and Present Dusan Pavlovic, Reporter, Belgrade

Departments:

 

Viewpoints
Northern Ireland: Deadlock in the Peace Process, Again
The Debate over Human Cloning



   

   
 

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The Arts:
Hollywood Comes to Maputo | The Independent, London
Preserving the Music of the Laz | Le Monde, Paris

Books:
Hanan Al-Shaykh: Only in London | The Middle East, London
A New Light on Lithuanian Literature | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt

Commentary:
I'll Go Capitalist if I Want to | South China Morning Post, Hong Kong
It's the Democracy, Stupid! | Página 12, Buenos Aires

Nations:
Russia's "Dirty" Security Sweeps | The Guardian, London
What War? | Obshchaya Gazeta, Moscow
This Island is not a Nation | The Jamaica Gleaner, Kingston

Mirror on the USA
Haunted by Ghosts of Bald Sheep
| Novoye Vremya, Moscow
Dial "S" for Scandal | The Independent, London

Travel:
Gdansk: Rebel City | Le Monde, Paris


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