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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1993


New Neighbors, New Wisdom
GEORGIAN LEADER SAYS HE QUITS
Music in Germany ... but Not in Georgia
Jordan, Israel Map Road to Peace
Israel's Religious Schools Mix Torah and Computers
Magazine Helps Firms Test Russian Waters
Clandestine Schools For Kosovo Albanians
Ivory Coast Students Find Meager Schools
A Sculptor Whose Work Confronts Her Past
EVENTS
Alaska Oil Finds Spark Talk of `Texas North'
At least one vote for US education
The UN's Search for Solvency
School Guides Students To Goals and Self-Respect
In Bid for Olympics, China Frees Its No. 1 Dissident
Clinton Opens His Campaign For NAFTA From the Associated Press and Marshall Ingwerson, reporting from Washington.
Cross-Border Mergers Bind Europe While Treaties Stall
New York's Schools
New Recovery Technology Improves Prudhoe Bay Prospects
Last Days for a Girl's Village School in Portugal
Some Words In Their Defense
Israel-PLO Pact Ends Pan-Arab Solidarity
In Praise of Their Boldness
Algeria: on the Brink Of Government Crisis
Ceremony's Sustenance
Next-Generation Computer Visions
Activists Take Aim at Logging Roads, As Scientists Point to Rare-Species Decline
School, Pressure, And Dominion
Giant Handshake for Mankind
European Chipmakers Strive to Stay in Race
Andrew's Avocado Plant
Mideast Agreement Signed Amid Hope and Some Tears
Students Protest Foreign Accents
`Clean Up the World' Effort Takes Off
Finding Fun in Physics