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Web-only Exclusives
November 30, 2000

From Our Correspondent: Hirohito and the War
A conversation with biographer Herbert Bix

From Our Correspondent: A Rough Road Ahead
Bad news for the Philippines - and some others

From Our Correspondent: Making Enemies
Indonesia needs friends. So why is it picking fights?

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The Week of June 25, 1999

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asiaweek.com - the internet in Asia
Hot Business Sabeer Bhatia turned a simple idea - e-mail on the Web - into a dream Silicon Valley lifestyle. Now the serial-entrepreneur has a new plan
Universities The search for higher education online
E-vesting The Asiaweek.com portfolio
B2B Business-to-business and a used-car cybermarket
 
E D I T O R I A L
Summit The G8 must push ahead with global financial reform
Airport Tokyo should re-open Haneda to international flights
T H E  N A T I O N S
Indonesia The jockeying begins as the vote count plods on
Casualty Targeting the attorney-general
Elections Who says democracy is better?
Economy Getting better but still rough
Interview The IMF's agenda
South Korea Behind the battle of the "West Sea"
Kashmir New dangers as diplomatic efforts falter
Malaysia Eyeing the economy for electoral indicators
Diplomacy Mr. Pickering goes to Beijing
A R T S & S C I E N C E S
Books Dhirubhai Ambani, India's prince of polyester
Society What Japan's royals can do to keep it all in the family
Radical Change The case for a woman on the throne
People An ex-Spice Girl gets the Philippines hot under the collar
Environment Tragedy in the shadow of an Indian uranium mine
Health Why the dioxin danger is real
Intelligence Habibie, from behind the palace walls
From the Web E-commerce: Japan style
Newsmakers King Bhumibol advised complete rest
Passage A Chinese vice-premier passes
Viewpoint The case for an Asian IMF
B U S I N E S S
Big Bang Orix is moving fast to take advantage of Japan's increasingly open market for financial services
Q&A CEO Miyauchi talks about taking risks
NYSE Listing in New York is the latest corporate fad
Phenomenon How to raise a quick $5 billion in South Korea
Crisis Watch Japan's rebounding GDP may be more smoke
Investing A secular bull bets big on Asia
L E T T E R S  &  C O M M E N T
Letters & Comment Born to lead Asian business?
Market Highlights Property in paradise
N E W S M A P
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Cover photograph by Olivier Laude for Asiaweek

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