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Gonsalves: America's Civilizing Efforts
Aug 30, 1999
"Reflecting growing alarm in Washington about leftist rebels strengthened by the cocaine trade, a leading US diplomat met with (Colombian) President Andres Pastrana (last week) to discuss drug trafficking and the country's civil war," Associated Press wri
Gonsalves: Aiding Africa
Aug 09, 1999
As part of a U.S. State Department special envoy, Tony Lake, former national security adviser to President Clinton, recently met with Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, Eritrean President Isayas Afewerki and Organization of African Unity (OAU) Secreta
Glass: Hacks Versus Flacks
Aug 01, 1999
The London media world is under fire and taking shelter. Prime Minister Tony Blair's head flack, Alistair Campbell, has challenged the patriotism of the British press. It's as if Sid Blumenthal had questioned the loyalty under fire of the New York Times o
Georgakas: Hillary As Senator: Just Say No
Jul 28, 1999
Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign to become the senator for New York offers the New York Green Party a unique opportunity to focus national attention on truly progressive solutions to our health and environmental problems.
Glass: Top Drawer
Jun 13, 1999
Diana is dead. Tony lives. Miracles have begun. The first on record comes, as so often with the Bible and Lives of the Saints, in the form of a cure.
Glass: Letter from London
Apr 02, 1999
The war against Slobodan Milosevic was clearly lost when the London papers ran a front-page photograph of Defence Secretary George Robertson in Italy aboard a warplane.
Gonsalves: A Letter to Mrs. Bush
Mar 14, 1999
I recently received a copy of a letter that was sent to the former First Lady, Barbara Bush. The letter was written by six mothers whose children are in jail because of the "war on drugs" - a "war" avidly supported by Barbara's son, George W., who is runn