What happened on October 13, 2002
Wary Days for Multinationals Jock O'Connell, Jock O'Connell is an international business consultant.
Of Politics and Vengeance Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips's latest book is "Wealth and Democracy: A Political History of the American Rich."
Locked in War's Embrace Amy Wilentz, Amy Wilentz is the author, most recently, of "Martyrs' Crossing: A Novel."
Echoes of the Bad Old Days Threaten Promise of Peace Kelly Candaele, Kelly Candaele is a contributing writer for Irish America magazine and has written extensively on Northern Ireland.
Oil Economics Lubricates Push for War Thomas Ferguson and Robert A. Johnson, Thomas Ferguson is professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts, Boston; Robert A. Johnson is former managing director of Soros Funds Management and served previously as chief economist of the Senate Banking Committee.
Bishops Dare to Dissent Jack Miles, Jack Miles, author of "Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God," was recently named a MacArthur Fellow.
Adult Jails Are No Place for Kids Vincent Schiraldi and Marc Schindler, Vincent Schiraldi is president of the Justice Policy Institute. Marc Schindler is a staff attorney at the Youth Law Center.
No Pain, No Gain Michael Cieply, Michael Cieply, a Los Angeles journalist, writes frequently about the film industry.
The big picture Richard Schickel, Richard Schickel reviews movies for Time, makes television documentaries about the movies and is a contributing writer to Book Review.David Thomson's need, his glory, is to look at everything anew.
She stoops to conquer Jacob Heilbrunn, Jacob Heilbrunn is an editorial writer for The Times.
When the terror of battle gives way to the love of combat Joanna Bourke, Joanna Bourke is the author of "An Intimate History of Killing" and "The Second World War: A People's History."
When life was a battle for honor and dignity Jeff Turrentine, Jeff Turrentine is an essayist and critic whose work has appeared in Book Review, the New York Times Magazine and Slate.com.
America in black and white Julian Bond, Julian Bond is a distinguished professor at American University and a professor of history at the University of Virginia. He is chairman of the NAACP board of directors.
Melancholy grandeur Cristina Monet, Cristina Monet writes for the Times (London) Literary Supplement, among other publications.
Burn, baby, burn Adam Bresnick, Adam Bresnick writes for several publications, including the Times (London) Literary Supplement.
A hero of our time and a lion in defense of liberty Geoffrey Best, Geoffrey Best is the author of numerous books, including "Churchill: A Study in Greatness," "Mid-Victorian Britain" and "Humanity in Warfare."
A man for all seasons George C. Herring, George C. Herring is the author of "America's Longest War: The United States and Vietnam, 1950-1975."
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Up All Night In New York JONATHAN KANDELL, Jonathan Kandell last wrote for the travel issue of the magazine about eating in Singapore, the Asian capital of "street food."
Sailing Tonga's Fantasy Islands AMANDA JONES, Amanda Jones, who lives in New Zealand, last wrote for the magazine about Samoa.
A New Zing In The Brussels Zeitgeist SUSAN SPANO, Susan Spano last wrote for the magazine on the Seychelles Islands.
Cape Town's Double Delights TED BOTHA, Ted Botha last wrote for the magazine about the Dominican Republic.
Bathing In Snow Country MARK EDWARD HARRIS, Mark Edward Harris is a Los Angeles-based photographer and writer whose last piece for the magazine was on conductor Mario Miragliotta. His Japanese hot springs photographs will be on exhibit at APEX Fine Art in Los Angeles in March.