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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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April 1, 2003
Carey Roberts
The Feminist Neglect of Men's Health at the WHO The health of men is in dire straits around the globe. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
April 1, 2003
Patricia Panchak
Executives Say 'No' To Iraq War Since October 2002 an organization called Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities (BLSP) has run ads in the national media condemning the Bush Administration's drive to launch a war in Iraq. The group's members include 500 current or former CEOs. mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
March 11, 2003
Glenn Sacks
Iraqi Draftees: We Should Care About Their Boys, Too In the debate over the war let us not forget the one group of inevitable casualties in whom neither the war's opponents nor proponents have taken sufficient interest -- Iraq's young men. We should care about their lives, too. mark for My Articles 359 similar articles
March 2003
Charles Oliver
Global Speculators A billionaire and a Nobel laureate want to fix international trade agencies. Why bother? mark for My Articles 214 similar articles
Bio-IT World
February 10, 2003
David Dickson
Modern Technology Unplugged Providing knowledge-poor countries with access to information is only half the battle. mark for My Articles 138 similar articles
February 2003
Kevin Fedarko
The Coldest War High in the Karakoram, the stubborn armies of India and Pakistan have faced off for 19 years on the Siachen Glacier, the world's highest battleground and a flashpoint in the deadly dispute over Kashmir. An account of the ultimate no-man's-land of human and environmental devastation mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
February 2003
Tim Cavanaugh
The Spirit of '73: An ugly nostalgia sweeps the globe All over the world, the keys of government are held by people for whom the world clock stopped sometime around 1973. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
February 2003
Steve Chapman
Learning to Love the Bomb Is nuclear proliferation inherently dangerous? In The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: A Debate Renewed, Columbia University political scientist Kenneth Waltz makes an exhaustive case that "the gradual spread of nuclear weapons is more to be welcomed than feared." mark for My Articles 559 similar articles
January 2003
Mueller & Lindsey
Should We Invade Iraq? A debate mark for My Articles 1129 similar articles
December 11, 2002
Carter warns of "uncontrollable violence" In his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, former President Jimmy Carter blasts the idea of a preemptive war with Iraq. mark for My Articles 206 similar articles
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