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Iraq a Vote Loser for Bush's European Allies

J. Sean Curtin, Asia Times Online, June 16, 2004

Brazil, A Nation That Doesn't Read

Cecilia Jorge, Agência Brasil, June 14, 2004

The World Commemorates D-Day

Comment and analysis from Manama, Seoul, Johannesburg, Toronto, Singapore, Sydney, Tel Aviv, and London, June, 2004

The World Watches

La Vanguardia (centrist), Barcelona, Spain, March 16, 2004

About the Lie

Juan Luís Cebrián, El País (liberal), Madrid, Spain, March 15, 2004

His Name Is Unknown, His Deeds Incomparable

Maksim Glikin, Nezavisimaya Gazeta (centrist), Moscow Russia, Feb. 26, 2004

The Spy Who Blew the Whistle

Ewen MacAskill, Richard Norton-Taylor, and Julian Borger, The Guardian (liberal), London, England, Feb. 26, 2004, February 26, 2004

Who Will Lead the Russian Cabinet?

Komsomolskaya Pravda (mass-circulation), Moscow, Russia, Feb. 24, 2004

France: To the Highest Bidder

Brent Gregston, World Press Review correspondent, Paris, France, February 15, 2004

Bombing in the Moscow Subway

Reaction from Athens, Istanbul, Beijing, Budapest, Sydney, Berlin, Oslo, and Sofia


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