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Commentary, May, 25 2001
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President Bush's "Star Wars" speech reminded me of a conversation I had late in the Clinton era with Ezra Vogel, who served headed the State Department's Asia intelligence during the first Clinton Administration. He had returned to Harvard, but wa...
Commentary, May, 24 2001
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On December 22, 2000, I asked Alan Rusbridger, editor of the 'liberal' flagship newspaper, the Guardian, if he thought wealthy owners, parent companies, advertisers, flak machines, and allied political pressures compromised press reporting:
Graphic, May, 23 2001
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human rights, Uncle Sam, UN, United Nations
Graphic, May, 23 2001
Deutsch's ZSpace page
drug war, Colombia, plan Colombia
Commentary, May, 23 2001
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ACCRA -- Notwithstanding the horrific soccer stadium disaster in which at least 165 people were killed in a police-incited stampede on May 9, the past week offered signs of genuine hope in Ghana.
Commentary, May, 22 2001
Thrupkaew's ZSpace page
I recently traveled to Cuba as part of a U.S. women's delegation, sponsored by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Sojourner, and Hermanas, an organization dedicated to building solidarity between U.S. and Caribbean women. Away...
Commentary, May, 21 2001
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We've heard it said that commercialism will keep expanding its frontiers until every boundary has been smashed and non-commercial values are completely extinguished.
Commentary, May, 20 2001
Raptis's ZSpace page
In the late '40s and early '50s quite a few young Greek leftists had to flee their country to avoid at best torture and long prison terms and at worst execution in the hands of the US appointed local puppet Greek Government.
Commentary, May, 19 2001
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I think itÕs called Ôprojection.Õ When someone subconsciously realizes that a particular trait applies to them, and then attempts to locate that trait in others, so as to alleviate the stigma or self-doubt engendered by the trait in question.
Commentary, May, 18 2001
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In all of American medicine, the only place that Federal Law guarantees Americans the right to a physician 24-7 is in the Emergency Room. This is because of the 1986 "anti-dumping" law, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act, known as EMTAL...