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In This Issue
Are Western intellectuals apologists for terrorism?
A long stretch of beach in Bangladesh is the final destination for the world's oil tankers.
Welcome to a picture-perfect green valley of happy tourists, young families and corporate goodwill. Too bad you can't drink the water. Tadzio Richards documents a community's concern over irresponsible mining practices.
New verse by Brian Bartlett
Hot summer nights, old toys, new tricks. A coming-of-age memoir.
Documentary filmmaking is being crippled by the rising costs of copyrighted footage. Christopher Frey tells us how filmakers are struggling to adapt.
Controversy in Contemporary Canadian Art: A Retrospective
The new Battlestar Galactica has done away with bumpy-headed aliens and thespian histrionics. Jonathan Kiefer explains why it's the best "frakking" show on earth.
After five years of efforts by American, British and Canadian troops, southern Afghanistan has become more, not less, dangerous.
Are Modern Eurpoean Writers ungrateful brats or sublime moralists? Critic François Ricard and novelist Nancy Huston square off.