Carl Schrag

Carl Schrag, formerly the editor of the Jerusalem Post, is a writer and lecturer.

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April 7 2005 2:37 PMTake Her To Be Your Wife, Please!Neither Rainier, nor snow, nor tabloid gate-crashers will halt the royal wedding.
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Jan. 10 2005 1:21 PM"Great White Hope"?World papers ask if Mahmoud Abbas can deliver the goods.
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Dec. 14 2004 12:37 PMThe Bash-a-Burglar LawA British bill could give homeowners more latitude in fighting intruders.
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Nov. 8 2004 2:00 PMSuha's ScreamArafat's wife cries conspiracy, and the international press follows the money.
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Oct. 18 2004 12:37 PMOutsourcing the VoteWho the world wants to elect president on Nov. 2.
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Sept. 20 2004 3:56 PMMade in TehranIs the world getting serious about the Iranian nuclear threat?
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Aug. 23 2004 4:41 PMThe Scream AffairRobbers make off with Munch's masterpiece.
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July 26 2004 4:18 PMTerror Begins at HomeAround the world, nations ask what the 9/11 report means for them.
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June 28 2004 1:23 PMCanadians Vote—or Not… But does anybody notice?
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June 1 2004 2:29 PMHarry Potter and the Fountain of YouthThe British press wonders if Harry and his friends are forever young—or about to become has-beens.
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May 3 2004 5:25 PMSharon SnubThe Israeli prime minister's stinging rebuke from his own party.
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April 6 2004 4:41 PMA Call for More MatzoWhat Israel's leaders could learn from the lowly unleavened bread.
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March 15 2004 3:25 PMOsama at the Spanish PollsIs Bin Laden responsible for the Popular Party's ouster?
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Feb. 16 2004 1:23 PMConan the BarbarianA hand puppet yanks Quebecois' chains.
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Feb. 2 2004 3:19 PMFlight RiskAre U.S. "security sources" trying to hurt European airlines?
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Jan. 24 2005 12:50 PMRunning Into the Sand?As Bush's second term begins, the world press asks, "Is Iran next?"
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Dec. 27 2004 12:21 PMHuman ScaleThe world press finds local angles to Sunday's tsunami disaster.
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Nov. 29 2004 1:19 PMUkrainian HeatAfter a disputed election, voters take to the streets—and the country faces a meltdown.
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Nov. 3 2004 7:19 PMBlame It on the GuardianThe international press contemplates four more years of Bush.
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Oct. 4 2004 1:41 PMAll Tony, All the TimeThe British press reflects on Prime Minister Tony Blair's busy week.
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Sept. 7 2004 11:38 AMEverywhere and NowhereThe international press looks for answers in the aftermath of Beslan.
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Aug. 9 2004 3:35 PMTesting Greece's Olympic MettleWill Athens win a gold for security?
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July 12 2004 11:55 AMFoiling the FenceThe international press reacts to the world court's ruling against Israel's security barrier.
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June 14 2004 1:51 PMHead for the Euro-ExitsThe international press looks at EU election results.
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May 17 2004 12:18 PMEU—the Musical!Behind the cheese at the Eurovision Song Contest.
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April 19 2004 3:54 PMHamas' Leadership CrisisIf Saddam's sons are fair game, why should Rantisi be off limits?
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April 1 2004 5:01 PMCheers for CookeBritain remembers a cultural icon.
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March 1 2004 5:31 PMGet ShortyTony Blair cuts his critic down to size.
Faith-based
Feb. 10 2004 12:39 PMJews ChooseWill George W. Bush get their vote come November?
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Jan. 19 2004 3:18 PMBush's Mars Plan AttackedIt's just pie in the sky to the foreign press.

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