Selected National Post Columns from 2002

Robert Fulford has been a columnist for the National Post since 1999.
His most recent columns are available on the National Post website.

COLUMN DATE
Israel may loom large, but not in territory July 20, 2002
Israel's best minds have lost faith in the possibility of peace July 15, 2002
Academy of anti-Semitism July 13, 2002
Biographies offer a fresh view of philosophers June 8, 2002
Selkirk's Island & the real Robinson Crusoe June 4, 2002
Clashing ambitions: Jean Chrétien v. Paul Martin June 3, 2002
Terrorism is Arafat's medium June 1, 2002
Metaphor as friend and enemy May 28, 2002
For Kundera, Paris is less unbearable than Prague May 25, 2002
The surrealist art exhibition Dreaming with Open Eyes May 21, 2002
Left or right? Voters aren't easily pigeon-holed May 18, 2002
Kieslowski's magnificent Decalogue May 14, 2002
Racism, censorship, and words that sting May 11, 2002
Toronto's Contact photography festival May 9, 2002
Male crying: now it's mandatory May 7, 2002
An Imam dares to say what Islam should be May 4, 2002
The UN should probe the suicide bomber cult April 27, 2002
Suffering those who say "suffer fools gladly" April 23, 2002
The Aspers, the editors, and the Globe 53 April 22, 2002
Tragedy may have ended the gender battle April 20, 2002
The Wall Street Journal redesigns itself April 20, 2002
Coast to Coast with Art Bell April 16, 2002
David Brock, serial confessor April 13, 2002
Trollope's The Way We Live Now April 9, 2002
Bin Laden's Islamism may be past its prime April 6, 2002
The CBC miniseries Trudeau April 2, 2002
Billy Wilder's acerbic style made him a giant March 29, 2002
Sept. 11: nobody knows who let it happen March 23, 2002
The 2002 Canadian Alliance leadership convention March 21, 2002
The essential art of the book indexer March 19, 2002
Canada must take sides in the Mideast March 16, 2002
Plagiarism: do students learn it from their teachers? March 9, 2002
A wealth of Warhol at London's Tate Modern March 5, 2002
Geezer talk about Golden Ages that never were February 19, 2002
Our strange obsession with party politics February 16, 2002
Ken Thomson's strange, lonely gallery in downtown Toronto February 12, 2002
In the Bedroom: a movie obsessed with revenge February 9, 2002
Can Garrison Keillor make Lutherans funny? February 5, 2002
Frantz Fanon: a poisonous thinker who refuses to die February 2, 2002
Gzowski: he had the courage to be scared January 25, 2002
Arts & Letters Daily January 22, 2002
Secularism and the archbishop January 19, 2002
Pound, Popper, Beckett & Erikson: chance encounters January 15, 2002
"Junk English" January 12, 2002
People on People: Oxford's Biographical Quotations January 8, 2002
Drawing the line between party gossip and hate January 5, 2002

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