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Monitor Archive for March 2, 1987
Tory plans for radio: a wave of the future?
Gorbachev takes the initiative
Israeli leaders avoid all-out split. But differences over Mideast peace conference still rankle
Europe to US: get your foreign-policy act together. Leaders of Europe urged to compensate for American weakness
At first glance
Brazil's stand on debt payment rains on Wall Street's Carnival
The threshold of hospitality
What would happen if Iran beat Iraq?. It would hasten regional push for Islamic reform, not cause it
France's gutsy verdict. Abdallah sentence marks turning point for France. Life term signals new French toughness on terror, despite threat of more v...
Tracking whales. The song that comes out of the sea
Finding screens on the cheap
Iran revisited: caviar still, and less anti-US talk
Always room for one more. These foster parents open their doors, and their hearts, to children in need
Suriname's rulers face rebel push and unrest over economy
Reagan's new right hand
Catching the `Next Wave'. The annual festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music is a good place to sample the future of theater, dance, and music
A larger-than-life king rendered slightly smaller
Many Americans are taking disputes to mediators, not courts. 350 programs across US help solve conflicts quickly, cheaply
Are you in love?
Cultural Omnibus. American artist Julian Schnabel is eclectic and nerve-wracking. Find out why at the Pompidou Center.
US welcomes Soviet offer as hopeful sign
Holmes Group is hot on the trail of improved teaching. Deans of education join in effort to change their schools' programs