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Monitor Archive for May 25, 1989
Experts Urge Unilateral Cuts in Naval Nuclear Weapons
Moderates Are Gaining Ascendancy
Time for New Thinking on Germany?
Europe Awaits US Trade List
Loosening South Africa's Logjam
Africa Oy'e Bubbles With Sights and Sounds
Building a Wall in Concert With Nature
Northeast Girds for a Hot Summer
`100 Years of Russian Art'
San Francisco's Rising Costs Prompt Business Exodus
Kinds of Gates
POLAND'S JUNE 4 ELECTIONS
Kenya's Urgent Educational Mission. High unemployment and soaring population growth spur emphasis on vocational training
Needed: Compassionate Asylum Policies
Touching, Funny Look at Racial Stereotypes
When President Bush Visited the Amish
HOUSE MEMBERS TOOK MILLIONS IN HONORARIUMS
Voices from the Country. An Amish newspaper celebrates a century of Plain speaking
African Expedition in Search of Self
Preaching Peace to Khmer Rouge. Monks urge guerrilla fighters in Thailand base to exchange their guns for Buddha
How Can Prayer Heal?
Soviet Parliament Is Gorbachev's Biggest Gamble. Party conservatives, radicals woo deputies, but Soviet leader still holds edge over rivals