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Monitor Archive for December 19, 1990

Hong Kong Teachers Balk At New Courses on China
CHARGES OF STASI TIES FORCE GERMAN TO RESIGN
Computer Programs Spell F-U-N
Kipling on Kipling
Thai Cabinet Shake-Up Is Seen as Bid to Placate Military
Farming Lorraine Station: `You Like It or You Don't'
Washington at the Global Frontier
Where Homeless Writers Rally
A Year Later: Panama
Iraq Says Blockade Has Killed 2,000 Children
Farmers Learn To Conserve Ancient Aquifers
News Currents
Gulf Crisis Helps Iranian Leader in Internal Struggle
... and Floundering Romania [ cf. A Year Later: Panama ]
Northern Ireland and the Trojan War
Top US Bank Regulator Says FDIC Needs Cash
Lawyers Urge Britain To Pass Bill of Rights
Snipe at Dawn
Northeast States Trim Work Forces, Cut Budgets to Reduce Red Ink
The Gift of Christmas
Not Even Once in a Blue Moon
From Casablanca to Beirut, Finding Friendship by Freighter and Cab
PICK OF THE SEASON'S SOFTWARE FOR KIDS
Brazil, Argentina Plan Integration
Menem's Toughness Sets an Example
The Flies Have It
`Savvy Reformer' Takes US Education Helm
UNITS SET UP TO COUNTER BIAS-RELATED CRIME
In Latin America, Reform Hinges on Selling State Firms
Manned Space Programs Get Message: Throttle Back
With Bethlehem in Mind
Democratic Vote Succeeds in Haiti
Sakharov's Legacy