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Monitor Archive for May 26, 1993

Cambodians Vote In Droves Despite Threats of Violence
Toward Asia's Security
Dueling Constitutional Drafts in Russia
Small Businesses Drive Private Enterprise Boom
Foreign Policy Focus
POST-COMMUNIST RECOVERY
THE TWO POLANDS
US Redirects Africa Policy
Summit Beach, 1921
Germany's Balkan Tightrope
Analysts Review Microsoft's New Operating System
Out of School, Out of Work
Catholicism in the Classroom
Rita Dove: a Chorus of Voices
Getting Intelligence From `Outs' Not Easy
Questions Arise Over FBI Role In `Travelgate'
Ukrainians Worry Serb Win Augurs Conflict With Russia
EC Relations: Stormy, But No Longer Naive
Yeltsin Foils Parliamentary Rivalry

A Cautious Entrepreneur Succeeds in a Vibrant Private Sector
In Moscow-Led Bosnia Peace Plan, Serbs See Failure of World Resolve
Eritreans Win Nationhood
CRITICS SEE `ONE-MAN' RULE IN YELTSIN DRAFT
EVENTS
Poles Try the Free Market, and It Fits
Israel Faces Likely Leadership Change Amidst Peace Initiative
US: Women Needed On Bosnia Tribunal
Egypt Tries to Revive Ailing Cotton Market
Church's Popularity Dims With Advent of Democracy
THE TWO POLANDS
No Strangers
Senior-Citizen Lobby Gears Up for Fight To Preserve Benefits