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Monitor Archive for January 5, 1994

Humility Is Worth Working For
$1.7 Billion Budget Gap Greets New York Mayor
Schindler's Mystery
Kashmir Talks Yield No Progress
Mexican Rebels Reject Talks, Vow Fight to Death for Socialism
Peres Sees Through Rose-Colored Glasses
Clock Starts Ticking on California's Water Wars
The Living Drama of Language
Security, Privacy Issues Ride Info Highway
Reinvent Federal Energy Policy, Too
Pipeline Operator Aims for Reform
With Wall Down, Berlin Ballet Soars
Frigid Days in Quebec Put Kink in the Line For Hydro Plants
Russia, Where Jury Trial Fulfills a Dream
Ruffians With Feathers
`Using chlorine'

Possible Macy's Takeover To Change Retail Picture
Europe Pries Open Austrian TV Monopoly
Communism Is Not So Simple to Map
Bonn Puts Best Face on Mediocre Growth Outlook
Israel Draws US Investors Despite Faltering Peace Process
Israeli-PLO Impasse Fosters Mutual Mistrust
Notes on the Media
N.Y.C. Toys-for-Guns Plan: Will It Play in Los Angeles?
Visitors Flock to Off-Shore Bird Sanctuary
Germany Starts to Snuff Out Cigarettes
Scholar Finds Ancient Way To Think Mathematically
Marines Admit Blame
Ire Over Welfare Now Focuses On the System
Snaring of Hawaii's Feral Pigs Angers Animal Activists
Pakistan Falls Short
Taking Cover in Algiers as Militants, Regime Trade Blows
Aesthetic Pollution
Algeria's Fork in the Road: to Dialogue or Confrontation?
The Trouble With Canterbury
Communism Is Not So Simple to Map
South Korea Cautious Over `Deal' Between US and North
No Longer Dockside, Sub-Zones Extend Trade Zone Reach
Rice Farmers Cry Foul Over `Sucking Sound From South'