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June 2003 Table of Contents
Interpreting the Middle East for North Americans—
Interpreting North America for the Middle East
The U.S. War on Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
6 U.S. and Israel's Interests Converge in Iraq—Rachelle Marshall
8 Bush Administration Unfolds Israeli-Palestinian "Road Map"—Nathan Jones
11 "Master-Blaster"—A Case for Liberation—John V. Whitbeck
12 Post-Saddam U.S. Leaders Garner, Bremer and Chalabi All Have Neocon Ties—Robert Younes, M.D., and Janet McMahon
13 Why Did the U.S. Use Cluster Bombs in Iraq?—Delinda C. Hanley
14 The Tragic Saga of Iraq's National Museum—Richard H. Curtiss
16 Is Syria Next on the Neocons' Hit List?—Two Views—Robert Novak, Uri Avnery
20 The Cost to American Taxpayers of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: $3 Trillion—Thomas R. Stauffer
24 Rupert Murdoch and William Kristol: Using the Press to Advance Israel's Interests—Richard H. Curtiss
28 Three U.S. Foreign Service Officers Resign Over Iraq War—Andrew I. Killgore
30 President Bush Nominates Controversial Pipes to Peace Post—Delinda C. Hanley
33 What Happens to the Israeli-Turkish Alliance Now?—Andrew I. Killgore
44 Bosnia and Herzegovina: A State Under Threat—Peter Lippman
35 The World Looks at the Middle East—Cartoons
46 ISSUES IN THE NEWS—Compiled by Nizar Wattad
49 NORTHEAST NEWS: Harvard Conference Promotes Arab-American Understanding—David P. Johnson, Jr.
56 ISLAM IN AMERICA: Latino Muslims a Growing Presence in America—Lisa Viscidi
86 BOOK REVIEW: Divided Jerusalem: The Struggle for the Holy City (2nd ed.)—Reviewed by Jen Mitchell
94 2003 AET CHOIR OF ANGELS
97 MIDDLE EAST MARKETPLACE
23 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS