Responsibilities Begin Dreams
Maxine McKew, of Sydney's The Bulletin (centrist
newsmagazine), reports on the efforts of one man dedicated
to revitalizing Australia's aboriginal communities...
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Lhasa's Growing Pains
Lynne O'Donnel, writing for The Australian, meets
with exiled Tibetans in the Indian village of McLeod Ganj,
near the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
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Children's Fatal Attraction
Toronto's liberal daily, The Toronto Star,
reports on the abuse of inhalants in Labrador, Canada.
High and Dry: Young Aboriginies
Paul Toohey, writing for Sydney, Australia's
centrist The Australian, discusses the difficulty of
curbing the use of inhalants among aboriginal Australians.
Brazil: Who's In Charge
Madi Rodrigue and Mário Simasof
São Paulo, Brazil's liberal newsmagazine, Istoéfind
that the answer may be "prison gangs."
Rebirth in Azerbaijan
Jerzy Rohozinski reports for Kraków,
Poland's liberal, Roman Catholic Tygodnik Powszechny.
Magazine with a Sting
Bouhabib reports for Beirut's Daily Star (English-language,
The Thai Cult of the 'Half-and-Half
Dubus, with Laurence Sreshthaputra, Libération
Suicide Epidemic in a Turkish
Zand, Der Spiegel (centrist
newsmagazine), Hamburg, Germany.