Articles by Douglas Hamilton

Cyclists' Stunt Embodies Concern Over Pollution

  • 07 August 08
  • Reuters
Four U.S. Olympic cyclists who arrived for the Beijing Games wearing breathing masks have apologized for their actions, clearing some of the bad air generated by fears about pollution.

Moscow Set for Kosovo Replay

  • 14 February 08
  • Reuters
When Russia tangled with the West over Kosovo nine years ago, it bit off more than it could chew and eventually backed down.

Russia Tells U.S. to Ease Kosovo Talk

  • 13 September 07
  • Reuters
Russia told the United States on Wednesday to stop backing Kosovo independence while talks continue, and Serbia warned the EU on Wednesday that it would not accept any decision on Kosovo made outside the United Nations.

Belgrade Suffers Image Problem

  • 16 December 03
  • Reuters
If precision bombing is your thing but Iraqi sites are too fresh, a tour of Belgrade offers striking samples of the biggest hits in modern aerial attack.

Milosevic Set for 'Battle' of Trial

  • 11 February 02
  • Reuters
Slobodan Milosevic goes on trial Tuesday accused of masterminding ethnic cleansing in the Balkans in the 1990s in the biggest European war crimes trial since Hitler's henchmen were tried at Nuremberg.

NATO Proposes Use Of Nonlethal Arms

Milosevic Indicted For War Crimes

Top Cop Wilts at Apartheid Hearings

Kinshasa Fears Worst as Talks Collapse

Mandela, Papers Exchange Attacks

Austrian Poet-Prisoner Hangs Self

IAEA Set to Penalize North Korea

North Korea Intractable On Nuclear Inspections