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Dutch politician: "everyone's afraid to criticize Islam"
Salon.com (US)

Free speech in Europe: inconsistent rules
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Islam on the outskirts of the welfare state
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Europe's cartoon jihad
Salon.com (US)

Muhammad cartoon firestorm reignites Europe, Middle East
Christian Science Monitor (US)

2006: a decisive year for the Balkans
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Putin juggles 64 questions in defense of the homeland
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russian concerns over anti-semitic hate crimes grow
Christian Science Monitor (US)

How Russia terrorizes its own people
Village Voice (US)

For Muslim policeman, London's a tough beat
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Albania's answer to Ghandi
The Progressive (US)

Europe-bound: why a Moroccan heads north
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Rumblings of a German revival
New York Times (registr. req'd)

EU vulnerable to 9/11-type attack
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Ukraine parliament sacks prime minister's government
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Inside the UN's Yugoslav detention unit
Slate.com (US)

The changing face of racial conflict in Britain
The Economist (UK)

A haven for abused women in Kosovo
Christian Science Monitor (US)

For Putin and the Kremlin, a not so happy new year
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russia and Ukraine's gas war
Truthout (US)

French trial sheds light on converts' role in radical groups
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Raised a Belgian Catholic, she died a Muslim bomber
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Artful look at Ukraine's Orange Revolution
Chicago Tribune (US)

Ebb and flow on Russia's Volga
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Belgian government backs gay adoption
RainbowNetwork.com (US)

EU urged to condemn Latvian anti-gay measures
365gay.com (US)

The trouble with Turkey
Boston Globe (US)

More French firms diversify, leaving "colorblind" behind
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Were the French riots produced by Modern architecture?
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Long integrated, Marseille is spared
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French leaders tilt right
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Tariq Ramadan on the crisis in France
Salon.com (US)

Irish report on sexual abuse by priests stokes outrage
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Why Paris is burning: the larger meaning of the riots
Mother Jones (US)

Why can't the French government stop the rioting?
Slate.com (US)

Unrest brings French leaders under fire
Christian Science Monitor (US)

France: still revolting
Village Voice (US)

Paris uprising: rebellion in real time
Counterpunch (US)

How discrimination is fueling unrest among French Muslims
BBC (UK)

Germany's fragile political edifice begins to crack
The Economist (UK)

Passion play: the drama that changed history in Britain
The Guardian (UK)

French inch toward social reform
Christan Science Monitor (US)

BBC goes all out to reach Middle East
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Kosovo's Roma minority want role in negotiations
OneWorld.net (US)

As "troubles" ease, Belfast focuses on growth, tourism
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Britain grapples with "honor killings"
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Why Europe will run the 21st century
Mother Jones (US)

France says extremists are enlisting its citizens
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Dutch virtue of tolerance under strain
International Herald Tribune (France)

Srebrenica revisited: war as an excuse for more war
Counterpunch (US)

The "girl" who surprised the old boys in German politics
San Francisco Chronicle (US)

Merkel becomes first woman to hold Germany's top post
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Opened with a flourish, Turkey's Kurdish language school folds
Christian Science Monitor

Europe and Turkey shake on it again
The Economist (UK)

EU formally opens talks on Turkey
New York Times (registr. req'd)

UK's antiterror act: does it go too far?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Morocco's biggest European export: people
Christian Science Monitor (US)

German politicians' Turkey divide
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Poland's elections: left humiliated, right faced with balancing act
The Economist (UK)

Battle for power begins in Germany after inconclusive vote
New York Times (registr. req'd)

New election looms for Germany
The Guardian (UK)

"No interest" gains interest among British Muslims
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Protestant anger runs deep in Belfast
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Ukraine's president fires his government
Christian Science Monitor (US)

What pushed Ukraine's president to sack government
BBC (UK)

French fast food caters to new audience: Muslims
Christian Science Monitor (US)

In Norway, too much of a good thing
International Herald Tribune (France)

US to storm-trapped Brits: "You're on your own"
The Observer (UK)

British Islamist clampdown risks stirring up terror threat
AFP (France)

Dealth of 17 immigrants in Paris fire prompts inquiry
New York Times (regstr. req'd)

Flow of immigrants strain Italian town's tolerant reputation
New York Times (registr. req'd)

UK's anti-terror deportation plans vague and alarming
Daily Times (Pakistan)

The left's challenge in Germany
Counterpunch (US)

Rushdie: the right time for an Islamic revolution
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Veering to the Reich: neo-Nazis make noise in Germany
Salon.com (US)

In troubled Balkans, nostalgia rises for Yugoslavia
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Terrorism and civil liberties in Britain
The Economist (UK)

Britain struggles with how to prevent terror legally
Christian Science Monitor (US)

State of siege: who are the real terrorists in Russia?
Village Voice (US)

Trading cricket for jihad
New York Time (registr. req'd)

Italian Muslims unsettled over increased scrutiny
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Still a long road to travel for the IRA
The Guardian (UK)

Mafia lessons help Italy fight terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

London bombings: barbaric, but not unexpected
Counterpunch (US)

Tragedy mars the hunt for London bombers
The Economist (UK)

London jogging: commuting after the bombings
Salon.com (US)

Hardening hatred among Britain's multi-ethnic youth
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Why was Britain targeted?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Tolerating a time bomb: how Holland became a hotbed of jihad
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Radical Islam's rising war on Europe
Salon.com (US)

After the London bombings: messages from a Muslim email list
Village Voice (US)

Britain's first suicide bombing?
The Economist (UK)

The London bombings: why has it come to this?
Counterpunch (US)

Free speech and hate speech: French ruling roils the waters
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Turkey's growing sex trade snares many Slavic women
New York Times (registr. req'd)

How Blair plans to capitalize in EU crisis
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Downing Street secrets
Boston Globe (US)

Promoting Germany's language melting pot
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

The EU's identity crisis
The Economist (UK)

Europe's next problem is all about money
New York Times (registr. req'd)

EU: what kind of club?
BBC (UK)

France, UK clash as European solidarity falters
Baltimore Sun (US)

In southern France, strong opposition to Europe treaty
New York Times (registr. req'd)

EU referendum sparks French identity crisis
The Guardian (UK)

French "no" vote: a search for scapegoats?
International Herald Tribune (France)

French region considers the costs of a new Europe
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Race is on for France's EU referendum
Radio Netherlands (Radio Netherlands)

Consequences of a French "non" to EU constitution
BBC (UK)

Holocaust memorial opens in Berlin
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Blair makes it three in a row
The Economist (UK)

Russia: the curse of $50 a barrel
BusinessWeek (US)

The French take on the EU constitution
Counterpunch (US)

Rebellion in Russia's backyard
The Guardian (UK)

9/11 trial will gauge Spain's ability to confront terrorists
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The softer side of Pope Benedict?
Salon.com (US)

The Vatican's enforcer elected pope
The Nation (US)

New pope will test religion's "red-blue" divide
Christian Science Monitor (US)

War and elections in Britain and Ireland
Counterpunch (US)

The continental dream: will the French shatter it?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Muslim vote trumps pink vote in UK
New Statesmen (UK)

The Balkans and the EU
The Economist (UK)

What's the Patriot Act doing in Belfast?
Counterpunch (US)

French row over half-mast flags for pope
The Guardian (UK)

Netherlands' daughter of the Enlightenment challenges Islam
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russian museum staff for art said to ridicule religion
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Backsliding in the Balkans
The Nation (US)

On centennial, Sinn Fein weighs cost of violence
Boston Globe (US)

Austria's hills are alive with the sound of remembrance
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraq war leads UK to revamp intelligence
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

France and the EU: non to the constitution
The Economist (UK)

Irish wakening: the sisters who brought the IRA to its knees
Boston Globe (US)

Chechen war's regional reach
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The death of a Muslim woman: honor killing in Germany
Der Spiegel (Germany)

Europe grapples with "honor killings" of women
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Justice arrives slowly but steadily at Kosovo war crimes trial
The Economist (UK)

Two Dutch deputies on the run from Islamic Jihad
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Britain's mainstream Muslims find voice
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Italians saddened over US's killing of Iraq rescuer
Knight Ridder (US)

The woman who changed the course of Irish history
The Independent (UK)

Jews find new life in Russia
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Bush and Putin: a romance with signs of rockiness
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Russia, free speech for a select few
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Britain to allow same-sex civil unions
AP (US)

British Royal Navy campaigns to recruit gays
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Russia, a pop culture coup for the KGB
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Irate Russians raise their voices
Baltimore Sun (US)

French hone hypocrisy in Africa
CBS News (US)

Denmark's most popular Dane
BBC (UK)

The UK puts the squeeze on immigration
Salon.com (US)

Art show forces Belgium to ask hard questions about Congo
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Photo of Palestinian boy kindles debate in France
New York Times (registr. req'd)

To right past wrongs, Spaniards seek present change
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Is France getting religion?
Slate.com (US)

Ukraine's lessons for Putin
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Spain's government attacked from the right
The Economist (UK)

Militant imams under scrutiny across Europe
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Pushing back against Putin
BusinessWeek (US)

Beyond Ukraine
The Progressive (US)

Graft, Russophobia and worse in Poland
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Why banning Nazi symbols across Europe would be a bad idea
The Economist (UK)

On screen, tackling Europe's new reality
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Islam's claim on Spain
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Babushkas vs. Putin
The Nation (US)

Call for Europe-wide swastika ban
BBC (UK)

Irish "peace process": RIP
Counterpunch (US)

Ukraine transition brings worry over past
AP (US)

French ban on Arab TV station raises questions
Los Angeles Times (US)

Chirac promises women equal pay
The Guardian (UK)

At last, President Yushchenko
The Economist (UK)

Europe wrestles with defining itself
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The problem with Putin
Reason (US)

War crimes indictment could push teetering Kosovo to the edge
The Guardian (UK)

In British popular press, folly's home is Brussels
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Putin voices defiance of critics abroad
New York Times (registr. req'd)

For Ukrainians it's déja vote
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Vlad the terrible: Putin's heavy-handed rule
Salon.com (US)

Putin questions US role in Iraq, Ukraine
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The stakes in Ukraine
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

A lot to swallow: Turkey and the EU start talks
The Economist (UK)

The poison puzzle
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Ukraine's crisis had echoes in former Soviet republics
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Ukraine's east-west divide took root centuries ago
Boston Globe (US)

Ukraine: where democracy refuses to die
Salon.com (US)

Pressure grows for a fresh vote in Ukraine
The Economist (UK)

In a world below, bedrock resistance to protests in Kiev
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Old East-West divisions resurface in Ukraine
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

US campaign behind the turmoil in Kiev
The Guardian (UK)

Old France, new France: Sarkozy, Chirac and the battle of ideas
The Economist (UK)

Ukraine democracy tested
Christian Science Monitor (US)

President Putin's irrational meddling in the Ukraine
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

Night of chaos in Kiev
BBC (UK)

British Muslims push to integrate
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Thousands of Ukrainians refuse to accept election results
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Quietly the tide of opinion turns on the Chechen war
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Moscow residents keep a watch on their neighbors
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Beneath the veil: French headscarf laws
New Yorker (US)

Islamic terrorism in Europe
The Economist (UK)

Germany: 15 years after the Wall
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Kalmykia: Russia's Buddhist outpost in Europe
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Europe's fears of a world divided
The Nation (US)

Islam in the Netherlands
The Economist (UK)

Europe cracks down on illegal exports of toxic trash
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Kosovo's elections: as divided as ever
The Economist (US)

Slovakia's Roma minority rises up against stereotypes
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Turkey's law overhaul overwhelms courts and citizens
New York Times (registr. req'd)

France beings expelling students for religious garb
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Belarus vote: the presdient's luck, the people's misfortune
The Economist (UK)

The demise of democracy in Russia
In These Times (US)

Immigrant women organize for survival in France
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Would-be EU commissioner criticizes gays, single mothers
BBC (UK)

France promises to fight anti-semitism
Reuters (US)

Poverty forces Turks to risk their lives in Iraq
AP (US)

Russia retreats into repression
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Long-awaited step for Turkey
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Turks on EU rebuffs: "we know it's because we're Muslims"
The Guardian (UK)

For Turkey, a long way to go
International Herald Tribune (France)

Britain's new immigration patterns
The Economist (UK)

Putin's Chechnya options narrow
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Turkey, adultery and the EU
Radio Netherlands (EU)

Is the EU reaching the limits of union?
The Economist (UK)

Russia uses KGB playbook on press
Christian Science Monitor (US)

In ethnic tinderbox, fear of revenge for school killings
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The far right rears its ugly head in Germany
The Economist (UK)

Russian reforms after the Beslan tragedy
The Economist (UK)

The Kremlin's control freak
The Economist (UK)

The Chechen's story: from guerrilla leader to terror of Russia
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Caucasus, frozen conflicts are still hot
Los Angeles Times (US)

The aftermath of Beslan: Chechnya still needs a solution
The Economist (UK)

Al-Qaeda among the Chechens?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Russian school siege: a survivor's tale
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Russian school attack: victims in a war without end
The Economist (UK)

Moscow's gloom deepens as fear becomes routine
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russia: a nation's fears re-awakened
The Economist (UK)

Listen to the Russians
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Olympic dream is a nightmare for Athens' poor
Knight Ridder (US)

The Athens Olympics: Greeks bearing games
The Economist (UK)

Germany apologizes for 1904 Namibia genocide
India Daily (India)

For EU critics, a cautionary tale
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Greek symbols can be Trojan Horse for Olympic reporters
Reuters (US)

Germans balk at efforts to simplify their spelling rules
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Where have Britain's homeless gone
The Economist (UK)

Germany's unpopular reforms
The Economist

Russia's welfare reforms: for richer or poorer?
The Economist (UK)

Enlarged EU sparks change along borders
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Germans bridle at language laws
The Observer (UK)

A new common tongue for the EU: it turns out to be English
The Economist (UK)

France's unchecked anti-semitism
Salon.com (US)

Violence begins at home: domestic abuse in Europe
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Spain considers financing for major religions
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russia's oligarchs: an old story
Haaretz (Israel)

Athens sprints towards Olympic goal
The Observer (UK)

French summer camps in sharp decline
AFP (France)

Web of jihad snares a French immigrant family
New York Times (registr. req'd)

French woman sentenced for lying about anti-semitic attack
The Guardian (UK)

Russia's far north: the gulag is gone, but prisoners remain
Los Angeles Times (US)

Bosnia opens restored bridge in major symbolic act
Agence France Presse (US)

Bridge over still-troubled waters rises anew in Bosnia
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Can Georgia's president put his country back on the map?
The Economist (UK)

Russia's quagmire: on ending the Chechen stand-off
Boston Review (US)

Editor's death raises questions about change in Russia
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Elton John attacks US "censorship"
BBC (UK)

Reporter's murder: same old ruthless Russia
Christian Science Monitor (US)

France battles anti-semitism
Chicago Tribune (US)

Exodus a sad, new chapter in Armenia's history
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Will Turkey make it to the EU?
New York Review of Books (US)

France to shift to high gear fighting racism
Reuters (US)

Romanian sitcom brings EU rules to remote villagers
Reuters (US)

Mr. Compromise: the European Commissions new president
The Economist (UK)

New EU leader has an unbending reputation
AP (US)

War in the northern Caucasus
The Economist (UK)

Many Russians fear trading benefits for cash
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Finally a constitution for the EU
The Economist (UK)

US-French gap narrows over fighting Web hate
Reuters (US)

Same-sex marriages debated in Eastern Europe
International Herald Tribune (France)

With gay marriage, France turns conservative
New York Times (regist. req'd)

Young Chechens buoy separatist fighters
Chicago Tribune (US)

Spain engulfed in vast social change
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Europe needs, fears immigration
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Sexism and the city: discrimination in the UK
The Economist (UK)

Why Muslim women fit into European society faster than men
Christian Science Monitor (US)

French mayor, defying law, performs first gay marriage
New York Times (registr. req'd)

French government moves to punish mayor for gay wedding
AFP (France)

Deportation case fuels doubts about German immigration law
FAZ Weekly (Germany)

Risky path for pacifist Europe
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Spain, Italy, peace and terror
Dissent (US)

Georgia's not-so-velvet revolution
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The French fondness for farming
The Economist (UK)

Chechen women siezed to preempt bombings, rights group says
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Whose edifice is this? Spain peels back the layers of its identity
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Chechen leader's death dashes hopes for return to normalcy
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Kosovo's religious tables turned
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Europe and GSM food: another gene genie out of the bottle
The Economist (UK)

Saving private England
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russia's next step in Chechnya
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Britain assesses the damage from Iraq torture scandals
The Economist (UK)

Putin's free (and heavy) hand
Globe & Mail (Canada)

Slaying sinks Putin's plans for Chechnya
Chicago Tribune (US)

Chechnya killing hits Moscow's pockets
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Black Sea triumph: encouraging news from Georgia
Baltimore Sun (US)

Post-Soviet strife: Georgia's second rose revolution
The Economist (UK)

The rise of Polish populism
The Economist (UK)

A flare-up on Russia's flank
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Does a bigger EU mean trouble for the US?
Boston Globe (US)

The new Europe
The Independent (UK)

Newest "Europeans" struggle to define that label
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Europe comes together in fear and trepidation
International Herald Tribune (France)

Onwards and eastwards: new EU members
The Economist (UK)

Cyprus and the UN plan's failure
The Economist (UK)

Immigration raises new concerns for Czech Republic
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Cyprus's peace plan: so close and yet so far
The Economist (UK)

Europe's scorching summer: was global warming responsible?
Utne.com (US)

How the Iraq war has crippled the UK's military
The American Prospect (US)

Milosevic trial mired in swamp of troubles
The Guardian (UK)

A tiny Italian town, lost in the tides of history
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Madrid bombers attack adopted homeland
AP (US)

Turks say "yes" and Greeks "no" to UN's Cyprus plan
The Economist (UK)

Stumbling over the Holocaust in Berlin
Boston Globe (US)

Educators flock to Finland, land of literate children
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Europe's Muslims: an explosive relationship
The Economist (UK)

Eurabia: Muslim immigrants reshape Europe's culture
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Cyprus's best chance for peace
Mother Jones (US)

Cyprus talks: a last opportunity slips away
The Economist (UK)

Kosovo five years later
Mother Jones (US)

Going after terror: Muslim leaders and British officials work together
The Economist (UK)

Left gains as Europeans show distaste for austerity
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The mythical Bosnia
Balkanalysis.com (US)

Poland's prime minister steps down
The Economist (UK)

Rummaging through the ashes in Kosovo
Antiwar.com (US)

Who's the rebel now? Lines blur in Chechnya
Reuters (US)

In a rebuilt Bosnia, no foothold for terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Russia: nostalgic for the Soviet era
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Myths of Madrid: the battle over the meaning of 3/11
Boston Globe (US)

Young Musovites protest Chechen occupation
The Nation (US)

The Spanish elections and the "A" word
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq a year on: Europe's renewed doubts
The Economist (UK)

Clashes in Kosovo: peace hopes up in flames
The Economist (UK)

A vote for honesty: people in Spain didn't like being lied to
The Nation (US)

Spain, a week after the bombings
The Economist (UK)

Spain's election: victory for the Socialists, defeat for Bush
The American Prospect (US)

Spanish lessons: how will the word interpret the Madrid attacks?
Mother Jones (US)

Spanish flu: paying the price for America's mistakes
Reason (US)

Could Spanish bombings transform European politics?
Salon.com (US)

Debating the French headscarf ban
The Guardian (UK)

For Basques, sorrow and anxiety mixed with anxiety
Washington Post (US)

"We bombed Madrid," says al-Qaeda tape
The Guardian (UK)

Who bombed the trains in Madrid?
The Economist (UK)

Vladimir Putin's re-election
The Economist (UK)

Italy curbs fertility treatment options for lesbians, gays
Christian Science Monitor (US)

A new democracy in Greece
The Economist (UK)

Putin's dubious allure: "he's not making things worse"
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The mafia comes back to life
The Economist (UK)

Right-wing politician struggles for political survival in Austria
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Green party seeks pan-European clout
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Chinatown is a hard sell in Italy
Washington Post (US)

Progress report on the Milosevic trial
The Economist (UK)

Britain's multiculturalism and its discontents
The Economist (UK)

Poland gripped by 'bribery' row
BBC (UK)

Questions for Georgia's new president
Washington Post (US)

The EU's fading optimism about Russia
The Economist (UK)

Another false dawn for Cyprus?
BBC (UK)

One last push for peace in Cyprus
The Economist (UK)

London's cops look to New York
The Economist (UK)

Through the veil, darkly
FindLaw (US)

Broadcast blues: the humbling of the BBC
Boston Globe (US)

A samurai in jeans takes on Putin
New York Times (registr. req'd)

British drawing stirs anti-semitism debate
Washington Post (US)

Anti-semitism infuses French headscarf debate
International Herald Tribune (France)

Moscow metro bombing: targeting Russia, targeting Putin
The Economist (UK)

Did David Hasselhoff really help end the Cold War?
BBC (UK)

What France and England can learn about diversity
The Economist (UK)

Italy faces huge fines for discrimination
The Guardian (UK)

Scarves and symbols
New York Times (registr. req'd)

BBC threatened in the wake of Hutton Inquiry
Index on Censorship (UK)

Russia's oily future
Foreign Policy (US)

A French economist assesses his country's demise
Foreign Policy (US)

A profile of Georgia's new president
BBC (UK)

The embattled Polish Prime Minister
The Economist (UK)

Caucasus: the privatization generation
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Thousands protest French head-scarf ban
Washington Post (US)

Spain sentences imam for advice on wife-beating
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The coming hordes: migration and the EU
The Economist (US)

Parmalat: from hometown success to global scandal
Washington Post (US)

In post-USSR Russia, any job is a good job
New York Times (registr. req'd)

EU letter bomb probe focuses on Italian anarchists
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Jean-Pierre and Jacques go up the hill: the trials of the French government
The Economist (UK)

Georgia: a small pawn in the Great Game
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Georgia gets a second chance, at long odds
International Herald Tribune (France)

General Clark's Kosovo is a mess
Globe and Mail (Canada)

The fog of justice: trying Milosevic
The New York Review of Books (US)

Mrs. America: the business of mail-order brides
Legal Affairs (US)

Russia and the rich western neighbors: a cold peace
New York Times (registr. req'd)

French kiss-off: punishing dissent in snail country
Reason (US)

Tony Blair's penchant for "sexing up" intelligence
Mother Jones (US)

Could Serbia's elections augur more violence?
Mother Jones (US)

Germany's awkward relationship with Poland
The Economist (UK)

Watch out for "Old Europe"; she can bite!
Salon.com (US)

Multicultural London
The Economist (UK)

Scenes from Russian life: a country both damaged and vital
The Atlantic (US)

Islam in France: the headscarf wars come to a head
The Economist (UK)

Quest for statehood deepens Basque divisions
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Woman prevented from leaving Malta to seek abortion
Ms. Magazine (US)

Long Basque rebellion losing strength
Washington Post (US)

Putin's way: after the Russian elections
The Economist (UK)

The scientist and the prime minister
The New Yorker (US)

N. Ireland's recent election good news for peace
Boston Globe (US)

Please take your seats: Russia's parliamentary elections
The Economist (UK)

Guantánamo on the Thames: Britain's terror suspects
The Economist (UK)

To Russia, with love: the shallow state of US-Russian relations
Boston Globe (US)

Tariq Ramadan: a portrait of Europe's leading voice for liberal Islam
Boston Globe (US)

At a crossroads in the Caucasus
The Economist (UK)

Franco-Arabs turn to the right
Le Monde Diplomatique (US)

Georgian leader agrees to resign
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Return of the Balkan nationalists
The Economist (UK)

The German miracle?
Boston Globe (US)

British protests upset Bush-Blair lovefest
In These Times (US)

France's far right
The Economist (UK)

The embedded cartoonist in Bosnia
Boston Globe (US)

How Bush betrayed Blair
Salon.com (US)

Europe's rebellious regions
The Economist (UK)

Rising tide of Italian Muslims puts pressure on Catholic culture
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The struggle for Russia
The Nation (US)

Demystifying the French experience under occupation
The Atlantic (US)

Georgia goes to the polls
BBC (UK)

New Marianne challenges the French elite
BBC (UK)

Underage, illegal and taking their chances in Spain
Washington Post (US)

Taking the oxymoron out of "German cuisine"
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Putin v Khodorkovsky: another oligarch bites the dust
The Economist (UK)

Rape a growing problem in France's urban wastelands
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Islam in France
The Economist (UK)

Europe's smokers feel heat
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Swedish church embracing les/gay unions
The Data Lounge (US)

Gay couples push Spain for recognition
GayWired.com (US)

Vladimir Putin's KGB past
Der Spiegel (Germany)

What really unites Europe are faded imperial memories
The Economist (UK)

Clark's war: examining Wesley Clark's record in Kosovo
Boston Globe (US)

Is there such a thing as Englishness?
The Atlantic (US)

Doubts tearing France apart
The Guardian (UK)

Kosovo and Serbia: even talking is hard work
The Economist (UK)

Swiss banks to give out data on Holocaust-related accounts
Haaretz (Israel)

Lesbian singer wins BBC talent contest
Rainbownetwork.com (UK)

New fears of foreigners in UK
The Economist (UK)

Chechnya's presidential election
The Economist (UK)

Remembering Russia's good old days
London Review of Books (UK)

Living under war's shadow: political and emotional divisions in post-war Germany
The Atlantic (US)

Europe's continuing problems with the Euro
The Economist (UK)

When Laura Bush met Jacques Chirac
The New Yorker (US)

Putin's war
The Nation (US)

Europe and NATO
The Economist (UK)

Germany and the US: a reconciliation for the cameras
FAZ.net (Germany)

Glasgow men targeted by sex assault gang
Fridae.com (Hong Kong)

Russia's first gay wedding scandalizes church
Reuters (US)

Gay journalist's sentence reduced in Uzbekistan
Rainbownetwork.com (UK)

What's wrong with Europe?
New Left Review (US)

Sex offense: Tony Blair and "sexed-up" intelligence
The New Republic (US)

Solving Europe's pensions crisis
The Economist (UK)

German states move to ban headscarves for teachers
FAZ.net (Germany)

Le Scapegoat: blaming the French for Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Colorblind crooks: organized crime in Britain
The Economist (UK)

Iceland's whale hunt makes waves with critics
Christian Science Monitor (US)

European union embraces pro-gay reforms
Datalounge.com (US)

Gay journalist tortured in Uzbekistan
IGLHRC (US)

Homecoming: Young Londoners Return to Iraq
The Independent (UK)

Swedes say "no" to the euro
The Economist (UK)

Hypocrisy in high places: Gerhard Schroeder's gender politicking
FAZ.net (Germany)

Uncle Suleiman's tent: life and alliances among asylum seekers
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

We'll always have East Berlin
Boston Globe (US)

Spain's would-be next conservative prime minister
The Economist (UK)

Grisly clues in Bosnia's largest mass grave
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Dying alone: Europe assesses this summer's heatwave catastrophe
Boston Globe (US)

Blair's moment of truth
Salon.com (US)

How Tony Blair climbed the foothills of the big lie
The Guardian (UK)

Terrorizing little Basques
Slate.com (US)

Leonardo painting stolen
The Guardian (UK)

Campbell's war with BBC began months before Iraq exposé
The Independent (UK)

Political Correctness, Russian-Style
Transitions Online (CZ)

American Idol: Winston Churchill's reputation fares better in US than at home
Boston Globe (US)

Forgotten peoples of the Balkans
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

London's changing population: immigrants moving in, Britons moving out
The Economist (UK)

Russia: Chechnya's female bombers
BBC (UK)

UK: 100,000 ready to stage first civil service strike since Thatcher era
Independent (UK)

UK: Racist shadow falls over village cricket
Guardian (UK)

Bush and Blair, so far, face different fates
International Herald Tribune

Castro blasts the European Union
AFP (France)

Kosovo: Heritage or Sacrilege?
Transitions Online (CZ)

Vive le Lance
Washington Post (US)

Lipstick and lament: The lot of a television lesbian
Greatreporter.com (UK)

Volhynia: The Reckoning Begins
Central Europe Review (CZ)

France versus the EU's budget rules
The Economist (UK)

In Italy, David takes a bath
The Guardian (UK)

The UN has brought peace and stability to Kosovo
Boston Globe (US)

African migrants look for a better life in EU
Arab News (Saudi Arabia)

Why Bush is giving Russia a second chance
The New Republic (registr. req'd)

A new power struggle in the Kremlin
The Economist (UK)

EU Constitution Negotiations Draw to a Close
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Italy's sex slaves
Salon.com (US)

Under right-wing reform, French strikes spread
In These Times (US)

Tony Blair makes up the British constitution as he goes
The New Republic (US)

Out of Exile
Transitions Online (CZ)

Theater in the former Yugoslavia
Central Europe Review (CZ)

A rocky Polish landfall for Dutch abortion boat
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Serbia's reformers enjoy power — for now
Boston Globe (US)

Stasiland: the logic of illogic in East Germany
Salon.com (US)

Chechen women join ranks of terrorists
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Putin sweeps Chechen war under his red carpet
The Guardian (UK)

Turkey to EU: "Don't mess with our lunch!"
New York Times (registr. req'd)

We the Europeans: the EU unveils its new constitution
Boston Globe (US)

In Russia, a "creeping coup"?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Czechs ratify EU membership
Washington Post (US)

France-US rivalry takes center stage at G8 summit
The American Prospect (US)

Poland's big debate becomes Chicago's
Washington Post (US)

Britain and the euro: a fading prospect?
The Economist (UK)

How football unites Europe
The Economist (UK)

Basque basics
Slate.com (US)

In praise of French eloquence
Toronto Star (Canada)

Ballots and bombs: Spain's elections
The Economist (UK)

Russia's darkness rising
UPI (US)

Poles, Jews and post-Communist insecurities
Tikkun (US)

Gay marriage bill splits Scottish parliament
datalounge.com (US)

Iraq quid pro quo: US adds Basque groups to terror list FindLaw's Writ (US)

Tangled up in red tape in the Czech Republic
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The new Germany: feeling like a nation again
The Wilson Quarterly (US)

Axis of the unfeasible: France's Europe defense plan
The New Republic (US)

Le Monde at war: French press in crisis
Financial Times (UK)

Berlusconi not the man to speak for the EU
The Economist (UK)

Could the troubles return to Northern Ireland?
In These Times (US)

Inside the French Muslim Council elections
The New Republic (US)

Europe: remorse and exhaustion
Dissent (US)

Peace on hold in Northern Ireland
The Economist (UK)

Union busting: a setback for Chirac's ambitions
The New Republic (US)

The EU: a rapprochement of sorts
The Economist (UK)

GM crops: Europe's harvest of contamination
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

Serbia: deposing a dictator just half the battle
The Nation (US)

Europe: remorse and exhaustion
Dissent (US)

Time for the EU to kiss and make up
The Economist (UK)

A maze of identities for French Muslims
NY Times (registr. req'd)

Barcelona looks to ban bullfighting
The Guardian (UK)

Western Europe's Muslims and the Iraq war
The Economist (UK)

European fears for victory in Iraq
Der Spiegel (Germany)

Lessons for Bush in Belfast
The Independent (UK)

War support rises in UK
The Economist (UK)

Divided by positions on war, EU looks to rebuild
FAZ.net (Germany)

Fortuyn's 'killer' speaks: I did it to protect Muslims
Guardian (UK)

Blair, war and the House of Commons
The Economist (UK)

Spain bans Basque political party
The Guardian (UK)

Serbian slaying triggers mafia round-up
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Serbia's lesson
American Prospect (US)

The Blair War Project
Boston Globe (US)

America: a European view
Time European Edition

Serbia's premier killed
Economist (UK)

Molly Ivins: France-bashing is all the rage
Sacramento Bee (US)

Tory resigns over "homophobic" remarks
BBC (UK)

Tony Blair's waffling on Iraq
The Independent (UK)

Sin Be Damned, French Say; Let's Eat
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Polish and Czech governments in disarray, following political upsets
The Economist (UK)

US and European media reporting from different planets
NY Times (registr. req'd)

Russians feel abortion's complications
Washington Post (US)

The European Union is becoming an English-speaking zone
The Economist (UK)

Who speaks for Europe? France and Germany no longer call the shots.
The Economist (UK)

Three NATO members block plans to defend Turkey
The Guardian (UK)

France raises stakes at the UN
Financial Times (UK)

Lawmakers in Brussels approve gay marriage
PlanetOut.com (US)

One union under god?
The Independent (UK)

Flogging the French
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Europe's far-right resurgence fizzles out
The American Prospect (US)

Slovakian Gypsies face forced sterilization
Independent (UK)

Map politics in Kosovo
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The enemy within: how equipped are Europes security forces?
The Economist (UK)

Lure of the EU may yet settle Cyprus
The Economist (UK)

High-rise hell: immigrants in the Paris projects
GuardianUnlimited (UK)

Genoa frame-up: police fabricate evidence against protestors
BBC (UK)

Heightened anxiety over terror threat in Britain
GuardianUnlimited (UK)

Shortened workweek shortens French tempers
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Ricin: Fear and rumor in London
The Independent (UK)

Quiet on the Balkan front
The Economist (UK)

How Europe and the US differ over values
The Economist (UK)

Washington plays on inconsistencies in Schroeder's Iraq policy
GuardianUnlimited (UK)

Chechen terror attacks
The Independent (UK)

Solicitor General urges Brits to report batterers to police.
BBC (UK)

46 Die in Chechen Bombing
Washington Post (US)

A Sniff of Someone Else's Reality: Czech Prison Letters
TOL (Czech)

Death in Moscow: The Aftermath
New York Review of Books (US)

U.S. Missile Defense Plan Upsets Russia
Washington Post (US)

Cyprus: Europe's unfinished business
The Economist (UK)

British military deployment under way in Gulf
The Guardian (UK)

UK: seven held under Terrorism Act
The Guardian (UK)

EU: Engaged, At Last
Transitions Online (Czech)

The Balts look to the EU
The Economist (UK)

Tobacco giants lose warnings battle
The Guardian (UK)

Prestige leaking 125 tonnes of oil per day
Yahoo.com

Russia, NATO to Sign Military Cooperation Pact
Washington Post (US)

Transsexuals win rights in Europe
Q (S. Africa)

US and Turkey: Democracy and double-talk
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Slovenian PM wins presidential poll
BBC (UK)

Slovenia's President Leaves the Stage
Transitions Online (Czech Republic)

Imre Kertesz: Dealing with Nobel
Central Europe Review (Czech)

Is Britain losing its economic luster?
The Economist (UK)

Muslim charities under suspicion in UK
The Guardian (UK)

Turkey deserves German support
Financial Times (UK)

NATO's warm front ends the Cold War
The Independent (UK)

Russian Oil and Iraq Policy
Washington Post (US)

The conflict in Chechnya
The Economist (UK)

Wildlife suffers as oil spreads off Spanish coast
The Guardian (UK)

St. Petersburg: Name's Back, Soon Its Luster
New York Times (registr.)

UK: Fighting homophobia among black communities
BBC (UK)

Tricked and bamboozled into war
The Guardian (UK)

Britain's Royal Scandals Get Queerer
Daily Mirror (UK)

Chechnya: Kremlin to impose its peace plan
The Independent (UK)

British Judges Criticize US
New York Times (registr. req'd)

How to democratise global institutions
The Observer (UK)

Holland: A Muslim Woman Speaks Out
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Women's rights activist threatened for criticizing Islam
Radio Netherlands (Holland)

Britain sets out Iraq's last chance
The Guardian (UK)

Republican triumph in US: What It Means for Europe
BBC (UK)

Holland: A constitutional dilemma
Radio Netherlands

Funerals Begin After Russian Hostage Crisis
New York Times (registr.)

Blair accused of hyping up French row
The Independent (UK)

Italian Parliament agrees to Iraq debate
International Herald Tribune

Spain remembers the days of Franco
The Economist (UK)

Ireland's Yes vote
The Independent (UK)

So far, Blair and Chirac are taming Bush on Iraq
The Guardian (UK)

France: free speech vs. religious sensitivities
The Guardian (UK)

UK: Getting cosy with Washington
The Guardian (UK)


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