An Antiwar Movement Grows in Israel An Antiwar Movement Grows in Israel

A few months after the 1967 war, Yeshayahu Leibowitz, a professor at Hebrew University and a leading Israeli intellectual--who was also an observant Jew--stated that Israel must ...

Feb 7, 2002 / Editorial / Neve Gordon

Bad Hair Day Bad Hair Day

We have reached the point that the idea of liberty, an idea relatively recent and new, is already in the process of fading from our consciences and our standards of morality, t...

Feb 7, 2002 / Column / Patricia J. Williams

Letter From Ground Zero: February 7, 2002 Letter From Ground Zero: February 7, 2002

Disarmament Wars

Feb 7, 2002 / Editorial / Jonathan Schell

Press Watch Press Watch

Black Hawk Downer

Feb 7, 2002 / Editorial / Michael Massing

Letter From Pôrto Alegre Letter From Pôrto Alegre

PÔRTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL--In their last full day of discussion and debate, the thousands of delegates attending the World Social Forum were asking themselves not only what they...

Jan 31, 2002 / Feature / Marc Cooper

Shall We Leave It to the Experts? Shall We Leave It to the Experts?

Enron's power project in India demonstrates who benefits from globalization.

Jan 31, 2002 / Feature / Arundhati Roy

Of Moles and Men Of Moles and Men


Jan 31, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Dusko Doder

Little but War Itself Little but War Itself


Jan 31, 2002 / Editorial / Robert L. Borosage

Victory for Viet Vets Victory for Viet Vets


Jan 31, 2002 / Editorial / Peter Montague and Maria B. Pellerano

Something Old, Something New Something Old, Something New

To the January ritual of reflecting on the old year and looking to the new, add the "top five" list of various 2001 nuclear events put together by the Nuclear Age Peace Foundatio...

Jan 31, 2002 / Feature / Matt Bivens