Articles by Lee Hockstader

U.S. Visa Regime Dissuades Visitors

  • 13 November 03
  • The Washington Post
More than two years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a thicket of new rules governing the granting of visas to foreigners is dissuading thousands of people from coming to the United States and generating protests from research universities, medical institutions, multinational corporations and the travel industry.

Israeli Tanks Roll Into West Bank

  • 22 October 01
  • The Washington Post
sraeli tanks and infantry pressed ahead Saturday with their widest-ranging offensive against Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Authority since its establishment in 1994, pushing into two more West Bank cities, entering the heart of Bethlehem and killing several Arab Christians.

Settlers Divided on Golan's Loss

NEWS ANALYSIS: Quake Shows Turkey's Third World Side

Turks Angry at Builders, Officials

Jewish Emigration to Israel Surges

Israel's Parties Court Russian Vote

Netanyahu Courts Moscow for Poll

'Taste of Paradise' Imperiled by Poachers

Helsinki A Study In Reality

Intruder's Visit Shocks American Embassy

Washington Crash a Tale of Two Tragedies

Diplomats Eye North Korea in Slaying

Guerrillas Moving to Fill Power Vacuum

Rent for Spaso House Raising Russia's Hackles

Yeltsin Spreads Wealth for Media Spin

Looking for the Fungus Among Us

UN Relief Efforts Meet Obstacles, Not Refugees

Russians Get Their First Dose of Televised War

Soros Science Program Faces Funding Difficulties

A Belated Museum for a Native Son

In Crimea's Wine Industry, Bottled-Up Tensions