Elisabeth Eaves

Elisabeth Eaves is the author ofBare and a staff writer at Forbes.com.

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June 28 2005 9:30 AMEast Versus West
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June 20 2005 10:59 AMSaving the World From the Next Pandemic
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June 16 2005 9:11 AMDodging the Feathered Bullet
Foreigners
May 27 2005 7:22 AMAn EU Referendum Cheat SheetWhat are the French voting about?
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April 20 2005 6:23 AMA Roaring Absence of Failure
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April 18 2005 9:48 AMTent Citizens
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Feb. 1 2005 11:55 AMIs France Getting Religion?In the immigrant suburbs of Paris, secularism is on the wane.
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Dec. 9 2004 5:16 PMA Musical Education
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Dec. 6 2004 5:12 PMThe Dance
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Oct. 5 2004 3:25 PMHunting for Republicans in ParisRegistering voters on the Champs Elysées.
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May 20 2004 4:19 PMThe Garbage King
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May 18 2004 4:35 PMThe Judge Who Converts Terrorists
Art
Jan. 9 2004 7:02 PMArt for Smart PeopleThe mathematical sculptures of Kenneth Snelson.
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June 27 2005 9:00 AMPrague Without a Plan
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June 17 2005 11:30 AMThe Future Is Small
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June 15 2005 10:25 AMRobots in the Skies
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April 21 2005 9:26 AMAre We Free Yet?
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April 19 2005 11:10 AMGoing Home
The Best Policy
Feb. 7 2005 12:39 PMTo Be Chalabi, or Not To BeThis Syrian exile wants to overthrow another evil Baathist dictator. How can he persuade the U.S. to help him?
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Dec. 10 2004 5:18 PMFlamenco Safari: They Only Come Out at Night
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Dec. 8 2004 12:25 PMMy War Against the War Against Cliché
Foreigners
Oct. 28 2004 1:33 PMThe New de TocquevillesThe French are just trying to understand.
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May 21 2004 2:04 PMThe Starlet
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May 19 2004 4:50 PMPrime Time for the Queen of Sheba
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May 17 2004 5:56 PMQat: The Way In
Books
June 17 2003 5:34 PMLaplandPhotographer Juliana Beasley documents the new art of lap-dancing.

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Blacks Don’t Have a Corporal Punishment Problem

Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

Why a Sketch of Chelsea Manning Is Stirring Up Controversy

How Worried Should Poland, the Baltic States, and Georgia Be About a Russian Invasion?

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