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The U.S. Needs Turkey in the EU

 
SPECIAL REPORT: V-E DAY'S SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Introduction
The Editor
The World the World War Made
Martin Sieff
V-E Day: The Day the War Ended
Richard J. Maloy
Stalin and Hitler Were Equally Abhorrent
Robin Shepherd
Hitler Is Without a Doubt Villain No. 1
Martin Sieff
World War II: A Chronological Guide

ANALYSIS
U.S. Power Is Mounting Throughout the Greater Mideast
Youssef M. Ibrahim
Energy, U.S. National Security, and the Mideast
R. James Woolsey
Stability Still Eludes Haiti
Reed Lindsay
U.S.-Korea Relations at a Crossroads as Koreans Tilt Away From U.S.
Richard Halloran
Bolivia's Poor Fight Forces of Globalization
Reed Lindsay
India Warms to Pakistan's Musharraf
Maseeh Rahman
United Nations Law of the Sea: Skeptical Senate Eyes Treaty
Stephen Dinan

COMMENTARY
Putin's Strongman Model Is Charles de Gaulle
Arnaud de Borchgrave

FEATURE
U.N. Struggles to Maintain 17 Dangerous Peacekeeping Missions
Betsy Pisik

WORLD VIEWS--AFRICAN 'RENAISSANCE'
Democratic Transition and the African Renaissance in Sub-Saharan Africa
Moise A. Adjangba
Benin's Experience
Noel Dossou-Yovo

WORLD OPINION
Tumult in Uzbekistan
 

 
EDUCATION
Moving Financial Education for Teens to the Fore
Karen Goldberg Goff

HEALTH
Weight of Body Fat Is a Window on Bodily Health
Shelley Widhalm
Increasing Cardiovascular Health by Reducing Dietary Salt
Ann Geracimos

INTERIORS
Fabulous Fake Flowers Can Make a Home Bloom
Jen Waters

PASTIMES
Dance Classes Are a Good Move for Both Singles and Couples
Christian Toto

SERVICE
Crime: Ending the Cycle
Linda Owen

TRAVEL
Peaceful Pugwash: Tranquil Maritime Town Is Home to a First-Class Resort
Carl Senna

WORK
The Power of Electricity: Engineers Work Behind the Scenes
Shelley Widhalm

 

 
REVIEWS
A Critique of American 'Empire-Building'
Gordon L. Anderson
THE EMPIRE HAS NO CLOTHES: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY EXPOSED
Ivan Eland

Case Studies in Peacemaking
John Ungerleider
RECONCILIATION, JUSTICE, AND COEXISTENCE
Mohammed Abu-Nimer

Willem de Kooning: His Transcendent Art and Sordid Life
Eric Gibson
DE KOONING: AN AMERICAN MASTER
Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan

Why Modified Food Is a Good Idea
Charles Rousseaux
THE FRANKENFOOD MYTH: HOW PROTEST AND POLITICS THREATEN THE BIOTECH REVOLUTION
Henry I. Miller and Gregory Conko

Isaiah Berlin: An Intimate Glimpse at an Exceptional but Selfish Man
Martin Rubin
ISAIAH BERLIN LETTERS 1928-1946
Henry Hardy

How the British Navy Became the World's Best
John M. Taylor
TO RULE THE WAVES: HOW THE BRITISH NAVY SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD
Arthur Herman

Chasing Poison in the Air
Carol Herman
THE AFFAIR OF THE POISONS: MURDER, INFANTICIDE, AND SATANISM AT THE COURT OF LOUIS XIV
Anne Somerset

Early Woods Fighting and the Debut of U.S. Special Forces
Roger K. Miller
WHITE DEVIL: A TRUE STORY OF WAR, SAVAGERY, AND VENGEANCE IN COLONIAL AMERICA
Stephen Brumwell

 

 
   

 
   
ART
Jan de Bray: Allegorical Portraits as History
Steve Miller

FILM
Final Days of Hitler and His Inner Circle in the 'Bunker'
Gary Arnold
Crusade of Controversy: Ridley Scott's Kingdom Is Flawed History
Scott Galupo

MUSIC
Creem Tries Again From Detriot
Steve Miller

THEATER
France's Feel-Bad Theater
Herb Greer

 

   
CRUCIBLES OF SCIENCE
Fledgling Stem-Cell Research Is Promising Yet Problematic
Joyce Howard Price
U.S. Life Expectancy May Fall Due to New Childhood Medical Problems
Lidia Wasowicz

SCIENCE AND MEDICINE
A Strategy to Control Alzheimer's
Ann Geracimos

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
A Bright Future for Nanomagnets
Charles Choi

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
Teilhard de Chardin: Evolution of a Priest-Geologist
Rasoul Sorkhabi

 

   
CROSSROADS
Drought Drives Indian Farmers to East Africa
Shaikh Azizur Rahman
Toward a Unified Korea: Transforming Two Cultures Into One
Paul Chamberlin

HERITAGE
The Citadel: Saladin's Fortress for the Ages
Stephen Henkin
Silk Road Oasis Town, Now Vanished in Sand, Flourished for Eight Centuries
Erling Hoh

PEOPLES
La Paz: Baja California's Peaceful Capital
Holli Chmela

 

   
ESSAYS
Islam: Peacefulness is at Its Core
Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid

ESSAYS--GLOBALIZATION
Globalization Is Good for You
Robin Shepherd
Globalization Could Explode, Spinning Off Chaos
Arnaud de Borchgrave

 
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