November 2003
New Republic;11/17/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 20, p8
Presents short comment pieces on world news. Claim that Walter H. Kansteiner III, head of the Bureau of African Affairs at the U.S. State Department, has left his position for the private sector without fulfilling his promise to bring to justice Charles Taylor, the deposed Liberian dictator accused of war crimes for whom Kansteiner organized a comfortable exile; Report that U.S. investigators, having received little help from the Palestinian Authority, are taking matters into their own hands in tracking down the perpetrators of the October 15 Gaza convoy bombing that killed three American diplomats; Claim that the criticisms of the miniseries "The Reagans," which led CBS to cancel plans to air it on the network, are devoid of merit.


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