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SPECIAL REPORT: Collapse of the Doha Round
Introduction
Nissa Lee
The Struggle to Steer Globalization: The Group of 77 before and after Doha
Michael Collins
Doha Collapse Will Not Mean Suffering for the Poor
Aileen Kwa
World Trade Organization Stumbles to Success
Edward Gresser

COMMENTARY
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's Legacy
Ariel Cohen

ECONOMIC WATCH
Indian Investors Enter the Caribbean
Loro Horta

HUMAN WELFARE
Nazneen Damji, of UNIFEM, Speaks on Gender Issues and HIV/AIDS
Inter Press Service
Uganda's Fight Against AIDS Seems to Falter under 'Moralistic Behavior' Programs
Joshua Kyalimpa

WORLD PERSECTIVES: HIV/AIDS IN LATIN AMERICA
Introduction
Nissa Lee
Fine Words, but Few Concrete Actions at AIDS Conference
Daniela Estrada and Emilio Godoy
Interview with Lelio Mármora of the Global AIDS Fund
Inter Press Service
Giving Birth, Contesting Stigma: Cuban Women Living With HIV
Arachu Castro, Yasmin Khawja, and Ida González-Núñez
Colombian Armed Forces Pose Threat to HIV Positive
Teo Ballvé

 

 
CHILDREN
It Just Feels Right: Crayons Stand the Test of Time
Ann Geracimos

COMMUNITY
First Community-run Radio Station in Laos Strikes a Chord
Integrated Regional Information Networks

GARDENS
Blooming in Cairo
John Feeney

TRAVEL
Norway in a Nutshell
Stephen Henkin
Of Yogurt and Yörüks
Eric Hansen

 

 
FEATURED BOOK
‘Descent Into Chaos’
Daniel Luban

REVIEWS
History and Historians: 2,500 Years
Stephen Goode
Epics, Chronicles, Romances and Inquiries from Herodotus and Thucydides to the Twentieth Century
John Burrow

When It Showered Candy in Berlin
Joseph C. Goulden
The Untold Story of the Berlin Airlift and America's Finest Hour
Andrei Cherny

Comparing U.S., Europe to the Pacific in Last Years of World War II
John M. Taylor
Retribution: The Battle for Japan, 1944-45
Max Hastings

A Path Out of the Wilderness
Ali Gharib
Re-Engage! America and the World After Bush
Helena Cobban

When No Bookshops Were Left
Muriel Dobbin
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Mary Ann Fiery Shaffer and Annie Fiery Barrows

WRITERS AND WRITING
Kay Ryan: Library of Congress' 16th Poet Laureate
Library of Congress

Kingston, Maxine Hong: Her Wonderful Worlds
Surekha Vijh

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Glass Shingles Bring Modern Look to Washington, D.C., Buildings
Deborah K. Dietsch

CRAFT & DESIGN
Artists Find a Fair Trade at African Toy Shop
Johan Eybers

DANCE
Cuba's Dance Revolution and Its Stars
Renate Stendhal, Ph.D.

INTERARTS
Sign Language Interpreter Takes the Stage
Jenny Mayo

PERSPECTIVES
Artist Draws on Africa's Tragedies for Comic Book
Tarjei Kidd Olsen

 

   
AT THE EDGE
Nanojewels Made Easy
Joe Kullman

SCIENCE AND MEDICINE
High-tech Detection of Cardiovascular Problems
Ann Geracimos

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
A Carbon-constrained World
Chandran Nair
African Retailer Creates Jobs With Green Practices
Johan Eybers

SECRETS OF NATURE
Thrown for a Loop: A Bird's Feathers Affects Its Physiology
Skip Derra

 

   
CROSSROADS
Japanese Parliament Recognizes Hokkaido's Ainu Ethnic Group as Indigenous
Takehiko Kambayashi

FOLK WISDOM
What Happened to Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit?
Michael Timko

PATTERNS
Cambodia's Female Labor Force Grows with New Industries
Andrew Nette

PEOPLES
Tagging along with Anatolian Nomads
Ülkü Özel Akagündüz
Blind Activist Calls for an End to Disabilities Discrimination in Turkey
Ayºe Gür

 

   
COMMENTARY
Economic Freedom as a Human Right
Kim R. Holmes, Ph.D.

ESSAYS
A Self-Inflicted Wound
Jacob F. Kirkegaard

FEATURE
Where Is the World Headed?
Immanuel Wallerstein

 
   
BOOK REVIEW
Travel with the Cavalry on Gettysburg Retreat
Thomas J. Ryan

REMEMBERING HISTORY
Haunting Antietam Memory
Richard E. Clem

TALES OF FIRE AND STRIFE
Tragedy at City's Arsenal
Brian Bergin

VOICES FROM THE WAR
Hains Point in Washington, D.C., Named after Union Officer, Engineer
Martha M. Boltz

 

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