April 2002
New Republic;4/1/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 12/13, p10
Presents news briefs on political events in the U.S. and Asia as of April 2004. Argument that there is a war being fought against the population of Israel; Concerns over the potential appointment of Douglas H. Paal as director of the American Institute in Taiwan; Suggestion that twelve-year-old Muhammad al-Dura was killed by Palestinian gunmen deliberately to create a photogenic martyr.


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