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Monitor Archive for December 15, 1992


Christmas With Tasha Tudor
India's Chief Keeps Grip Despite National Unrest
Croatians Criticize State's Authoritarian Stance
Capitol Hill Scandal-Watch Continues After Election
EXORCISING THE PAST
Clinton's National-Service Plan
Storm Pelts Northeast With Heavy Snow and Rain
Public Doubts Mark Eve of the Dissolution Of Czech-Slovak State
Politics Buffets Russian Court
Speaking on Behalf of the Republic of Macedonia
Boeing Throttles Output Back, Awaiting Upturn
Prospects for the UN
EVENTS
Military's Ban of Gays Is Challenged in Court
MORE CANADIAN SHOPPERS ARE STAYING HOME
Health Care Tops Clinton Meeting Agenda
Political Rebuilding In Somalia
Give Syria another try
Dried-Flower Market Flourishes in the US
Reading for the Holidays
Attentive Voters, Biased Reporters
UN Leader Decries Sanctions' Side-Effects
Speaking on Behalf of the Republic of Macedonia
Study Says Improved Asylum Rules Needed
US, UN Face Opportunity for Global Peace
Asylum Law Misses Point
Russia's Resources Lure Japanese
CHINESE AIRLINE SEEKS FOREIGN PARTNER
That Special Feeling Of Christmas
`Woyzeck' Serves Up Existential Concerns
A Hidden Threat
China Gives Exit Visas To Pro-Democracy Critics
Many in Service Oppose Plan to Include Gays
It Was a Perfect Figure 8
UN Readies to Enforce Sanctions on Cambodian Border
Yeltsin Opts for Moderate For Post of Prime Minister
Ellsworth Kelly's French Sojourn
`My Favorite Year' Lags
Lincoln as a Wartime Leader and Strategist
On the Way to the Presidency: JFK's Early Years
FEWER JAPANESE GO ABROAD