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  • September 25, 2000

    Aid for Nuclear Workers

    Madame Curie's denial of radiation dangers is emblematic of the legacy we now face as America's romance with the atom draws to a close.

    Robert Alvarez

  • September 25, 2000

    A Full Tank of Paradoxes

    Contrary to the impression fostered by the government's supporters, not all the fuel protesters are selfish, gas-guzzling throwbacks greedy for a bigger TV.

    Maria Margaronis

  • September 12, 2000

    Trulock Is Source of Botched Lee Case

    In a bad spy flick, there's got to be a character like Notra Trulock, an obsessed sleuth who always gets his man--even if it's the wrong man.

    Robert Scheer

  • September 7, 2000

    Iraq: What the Butler Saw

    At the beginning of September, Hans Blix, head of UNMOVIC, the latest UN commission for verifying Iraqi disarmament, poised to report his new team's readiness to go into Iraq.

    Ian Williams

  • September 7, 2000

    Russia’s Environmental Crisis

    NPR's Living On Earth program broadcast a radio version of this story over the weekend of September 1-3, 2000. Research support provided by the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute.

    Mark Hertsgaard

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  • August 24, 2000

    In Re Lori Berenson

    In the nearly five years since Lori Berenson's arrest in a Peruvian police roundup, the politics and emotions swirling around her case have only intensified.

    the Editors

  • August 24, 2000

    The Lori Berenson Papers

    Research support: the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute. Additional reporting: Edmundo Cruz.

    Jonathan Levi and Liz Mineo

  • August 24, 2000

    Countdown in Managua

    A river of people, 19,000 workers, packed ten or twelve across, pours slowly through a bazaar of hawkers toward the gates of the Las Mercedes Free Trade Zone, about a mile from Managua's airpor

    Robert J.S. Ross and Charles Kernaghan

  • July 31, 2000

    Pity Bush, Gamely Shedding Treaties Like Dandruff

    It is time to rally around our President and forego the constant drumbeat of criticism that has been his lot on the world stage ever since he discovered that foreign policy involves issues beyond

    Robert Scheer

  • July 13, 2000

    Putin’s Choice

    Vladimir Putin has been Russia's President for seven months, but there is no agreement in Moscow as to who he is or what kind of leader he will be.

    Katrina vanden Heuvel