- Newsmaker: No Break-Up for Microsoft - The Bush Justice Department announced today that it is dropping demands for the breakup of Microsoft, choosing instead to monitor the practices of the world's largest software manufacturer. Douglas McCollam, of The American Lawyer, retraces the chronology of landmark anti-trust case.
- Reporter's Notebook: US Hand Behind the EU Mission in Macedonia - Having failed in Bosnia and Croatia, the European Union has taken the lead in the latest crisis point in the Balkans. The Wall Street Journal's Matthew Kaminksi reports on the changing roll of the US and EU in Macdeonia, and on the just-completed first phase of that country's evolving peace process.
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