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Monitor Archive for December 28, 1982
Helen Caldicott: galvanizing support for a nuclear freeze
USSR grants limited amnesty to prisoners
How the Soviet Union gathers US technology
Military data: Moscow's successes, and its shopping list
Messenger from South Korea
How one group monitors human rights for journalists
Arafat flies to Majorca for talks with Kreisky
Australia's classic case of conservation vs. jobs
How US calls on private enterprise to encourage third-world nations
No conflict, Navy boss replies
Will integrity fly in Massachusetts?
Coalition partners name new Portuguese premier
China blasts Soviets after agreeing to bilateral talks
Morality and history mingle in drama of an ex-Nazi war criminal; Black Angel Drama by Michael Cristofer. Directed by Gordon Davidson.
Values to keep campuses honest
United Nations tries to put its house in order
A red-breasted barrier breaker, ornithologically considered
Tax-cutter Regan may turn tax booster
Close contest expected in women's college basketball title chase
Canadian separatism on the decline in Alberta, Quebec
Miracle according to Tyler
Pulling out of Lebanon
Red Cross acts as middleman in Afghanistan POW deals
Leaks flow East -- and West; US industry and high-tech spies
Hundreds of communists surrender to Thai Army
The shifting whims of fashion in art -- and 'old master' Dubuffet does it again
Malaysia is confident it has what it takes to weather recession
A founding father assesses UN's role
The 'hidden housing market' -- unused buildings become homes
De Beers regains its luster with right to sell Australian diamonds
Israeli Beirut inquiry hears evidence-tampering report
The Andropov style
Chocolates are not enough
Raul Alfonsin: star of Argentina's Radical Party . . . and future president?
W. Germans wary of Moscow's carrot and stick tactics
Parmigianino: attenuated elegance
Lebanon wont't sign paper setting procedure of talks
The 'Armenian question'; Yet another pressure point in the East-West struggle?
Righting wrongs by mail -- jokes do the job
High unemployment and 1984
A taste of real-world journalism for 9- to 13-year-olds
Time picks computer as 'man of the year'
Tying student loans to draft registration -- an administrative hot potato
Toyo Kogyo, the Mazda-maker, is back in the black
Cruising England's canals