World

Internationals on the Front Lines Internationals on the Front Lines

As the Israeli army continues the second week of its military reoccupation of the Palestinian-controlled towns of the West Bank, a group of internationals is playing a role of so...

Apr 11, 2002 / Feature / Charmaine Seitz

An Open Letter to General Ariel Sharon An Open Letter to General Ariel Sharon

Sir,

Apr 10, 2002 / Editorial / Breyten Breytenbach

US Jews Cannot Acquiesce to Sharon’s Monstrous Behavior US Jews Cannot Acquiesce to Sharon’s Monstrous Behavior

What does it mean to be Jewish?

Apr 9, 2002 / Column / Robert Scheer

Two Middle East Wars Two Middle East Wars

Two Palestinian-Israeli wars have erupted in this region. One is the Palestinian nation's war for its freedom from occupation and for its right to independent statehood. Any decen...

Apr 4, 2002 / Editorial / Amos Oz

Letter From Somaliland Letter From Somaliland

Muslim "fundamentalists" are often people from the striving middle class.

Apr 4, 2002 / Feature / George Packer

The Middle East Troubles: A Summary The Middle East Troubles: A Summary

They give each other tit for tat. The next tat may get Arafat.

Apr 4, 2002 / Column / Calvin Trillin

Lying in State Lying in State

How cool is Jennifer Harbury? She is currently arguing her own case before the Supreme Court, demanding the right to sue the government because, she maintains, its leaders delibe...

Apr 4, 2002 / Column / Eric Alterman

View From Beirut View From Beirut

First, the Arab League summit here in Beirut was chaos. Then it was the nearest to Arab unity that the Middle East has seen since the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The chaos, of ...

Apr 4, 2002 / Editorial / Robert Fisk

Questions for Mr. Bush Questions for Mr. Bush

The Bush Administration has vigorously and effectively responded to the terrorist attack of September 11. The country seems united behind that effort. Certainly there was no hint ...

Apr 4, 2002 / Editorial / George McGovern

U.S. Oil Politics in the ‘Kuwait of Africa’ U.S. Oil Politics in the ‘Kuwait of Africa’

The Bush Administration, urged by the oil industry, has embraced a corrupt regime.

Apr 4, 2002 / Feature / Ken Silverstein

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