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SPECIAL REPORT--THE KASHMIR EARTHQUAKE CRISIS
Introduction
The Editor
Geology of the 'Roof-of-the-Earth' Quake
Rasoul Sorkhabi
The Pakistan Earthquake and Why We Need (a Competent) FEMA International
Suzanne Nossel
Social Repercussions of Earthquakes Past
Martin Sieff

ANALYSIS
Decisive Year Ahead for Latin America
Jose Antonio Pastor
The Hong Kong Hang-up: Chinese City Tiptoes Toward Full Democracy
Nicholas Kralev
Lessons on 'Values Voters' in Demand
Julia Duin
The Hidden Cost of Free Trade
Jeffrey Sparshott

COMMENTARY
Pakistan and the U.S.: An Uneasy Alliance
Tashbih Sayyed

FEATURE
Dutch Aid New Orleans With Know-how From Living Below Sea Level
Anton Foek
Diamond Pits Lure Liberia's Ex-Combatants
Katharine Houreld
Pacifist, Anti-Nuclear New Zealand Marches to Its Own Drummer
Janaki Kremmer

WORLD VIEWS
Israel's Peace Options: The Gaza Disengagement, the Fence, and the Future
Alon Liel
Brazil Seeks to Halt Rain-Forest Clearing With Five New 'Reserves'
Anton Foek
In Japan's Youth-Centered Society, Homelessness Correlates With Age
Takehiko Kambayashi

WORLD OPINION
BUSH IN CHINA: 'BETWEEN IDEALS AND REALITIES'
 

 
CAREERS
Training Low-Income Adults for Jobs
Gabriella Boston

CHILDREN
How Parents Can Help Children Pilot the Shoals of Choosing Friends
Karen Goldberg Goff

EDUCATION
U.S. Math and Science Institutions Confront Male Dominance
Shelley Widhalm

HEALTH
Debilitating Anemia Has a Wide Range of Causes
Jen Waters

HOBBY
Collecting Rare Books and First Editions Can Become a Pleasant Obsession
Jen Waters

LEISURE
Does Pop Culture Make Us Smarter?
Scott Galupo

PATHWAYS
Postal Odyssey: The Many Stops a Single Letter Must Make
Shelley Widhalm

TRAVEL
Kicking Back on Tobacco Caye
Judith Bell Turner-Yamamoto

 

 
REVIEWS
Decline of U.S. Aid to the World's Poorest Countries
Kenneth R. Gray
A HALF PENNY ON THE FEDERAL DOLLAR: THE FUTURE OF DEVELOPMENT AID
Michael O'Hanlon and Carol Graham

A Window on Resolving World Conflicts
Mwelwa C. Musambachime
MANAGING ARMED CONFLICTS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Adekeye Adebajo and Chandra Lekha Sriram (eds.)

Explosive Discovery: Dynamite's Story, for Good and Bad
Richard Restak
A MOST DAMNABLE INVENTION: DYNAMITE, NITRATES, AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN WORLD
Stephen R. Bown

Matisse the Master: Rendering the Artist's Life in Rich Detail
Alexander Eliot
MATISSE THE MASTER: A LIFE OF HENRI MATISSE: THE CONQUEST OF COLOUR, 1909-1954
Hilary Spurling

The Bawdy, Tipsy Carnival That Was the Ancient Olympics
Corinna Lothar
THE NAKED OLYMPICS
Tony Perrottet

Early Roth: Two Volumes Collect the Prolific Writer's First Fiction
Rex Roberts
NOVELS AND STORIES, 19591962
Philip Roth, edited by Ross Miller
NOVELS, 19671972
Philip Roth, edited by Ross Miller

Psychotherapy: Why it is Doing Far More Harm Than Good
Larry Thornberry
ONE NATION UNDER THERAPY: HOW THE HELPING CULTURE IS ERODING SELF-RELIANCE
Christina Hoff Sommers and Sally Satel

WRITERS AND WRITING
The 'Malgudi Magician': A Profile of R.K. Narayan
Ramesh Avadhani

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Adolf Cluss: The Man Who 'Shaped' the Original Washington, D.C.
Deborah K. Dietsch

ART
African Art: The Contemporary Take
Scarlet Cheng
Whistler, Monet, and Others Paint a Gray and Gritty London
Deborah K. Dietsch

THEATER
Taiwan's Performance Arts: A Rich Tradition
Stephen Henkin

THINKING ABOUT ART
Modesitt: Reflections of a Modern-Day Impressionist
John Modesitt

 

   
AT THE EDGE
Latest Underwater Vehicle Is Inspired by a Sea Turtle
Andrea Cohen

IMPACTS
Processing: Molecules From Straw and Wood Yield Powerful Building Materials
Lynn Davis

NATURE WALK
The Mako: Most Picturesque of All the Sharks
Alessandro De Maddalena

SCIENCE AND MEDICINE
A Red Seaweed Yields New Compounds With Pharmaceutical Potential
Georgia Institute of Technology

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Research Opens the Way to Fast, Accurate Detection of Explosives in Airports
Chad Boutin

 

   
CROSSROADS
Tokyo Becomes a Trailblazer for Trendy Fashion and Culture
Lucille Craft

HERITAGE
France's Pro-American Sage
Martin Walker

LIFE AND IDEALS
Prosperity and Peace: How 'Core Values' Can Be the Basis
Clint Woods

PATTERNS
Mysticism of the Sufis: A Possible Counterweight to Radical Islamism?
Jason Motlagh

PEOPLES
Ancient Cambodia Still Alive in Koh Ker
Antonio Graceffo

 

   
ESSAYS
China, Europe, and America's Slide Toward Socialism
Dmitry Shlapentokh

ESSAYS ON GLOBALIZATION
Globalization: Ethical Development and the Social Impact
Gary Quinlivan and Antony Davies
A Sinister, Globalized Black Market
Martin Walker

 
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