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Monitor Archive for January 31, 1986
`Uptown . . . It's Hot!' is fast, flashy, and fortissimo Uptown . . . It's Hot! Revue starring Maurice Hines. Directed, choreographed, and conceived...
More courses on nuclear issues -- information and advocacy
Freewheeling Philippine democracy
Kenyan rug enterprise spells survival for women weavers
USSR AND WEST GERMANY. Germans say anti-war activism thrives -- but not `peace studies'
USSR and West Germany. Soviet-watchers find no courses on peace -- but a bit more public discourse
Engrossing tale of shipwreck, survival, and rescue at sea
A computer system to aid peacekeepers
Widening scandal in N.Y.C.. Tale of corruption reads like dime store novel; New Yorkers wonder how it will treat Koch
Cuff links make a comeback to go with conservative look
Don't invest in Savimbi
`The Disney Sunday Movie': off to a questionable start
Football should tackle drugs
Angolan guerrilla launches skillful quest for US aid
Grading the peace teachers. What it takes for a program to succeed
Angolan envoy warns against US aid to Savimbi
Complexities of S. Africa
Mideast doldrums dim Peres's European success
Tiny banking co-op that sprouted in Quebec is financial giant now
Peace teachers talk about the individual and religion
Grading the peace teachers. The critics are unfair or uninformed. (First of three stories)
Building interfaith bridges. American Jewish Committee spokesman works to span gaps of ignorance in US
Grants grow, but most schools pay for peace studies themselves
How can I help?
Honing the fine art of give-and-take. The real world is the laboratory for Prof. Roger Fisher and his students
Is `peace education' just a tool of antiwar activists, or is it a genuine academic pursuit? Here three specialists -- the chairman of the peace stud...
Angola: 10 years of foreign intervention