Jun 7

                
  • Film review: Carlo Giuliani, A Boy

    Film review: Carlo Giuliani, A Boy

    June 6, 2003

    Carlo Giuliani, 23, was wearing his swim trunks under his sweatpants when he left home in Genoa, Italy, around noon on July 20, 2001. He still hadn’t decided whether he’d spend the day at the beach...

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  • First Cities: Treasure shown and tragedy known

    First Cities: Treasure shown and tragedy known

    June 6, 2003

    In 1997, an exhibit was conceived to welcome in the third millennium, by mirroring the time frame. “Art of the First Cities: The Third Millennium B.C. from the Mediterranean to the Indus” opened at the Metropolitan...

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  • A profound message from Dr. King

    A profound message from Dr. King

    June 6, 2003

    Opinion Thirty-five years ago, on April 4, 1968, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the greatest men in American history, was assassinated. Dr. King, who led the Civil Rights Movement from the mid-1950s to...

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  • U.S. dollars back murder in Palestine

    U.S. dollars back murder in Palestine

    June 6, 2003

    Opinion Even people who feared Israel would take advantage of the international focus on Iraq to increase repression in the occupied Palestinian territories were surprised when a young American became one of the first casualties of...

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  • The doctrine business

    The doctrine business

    June 6, 2003

    Opinion I want to get in on this doctrine business. I’ve been trying to figure it out, and it seems to me that doctrines, at least U. S. policy doctrines, go something like this: Someone, most...

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