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Monitor Archive for April 2, 1997
Why Albania's Democratic Dream Evaporated
One Solution: Tighten Japan's Lax Laws
Suspension Bridges and Big Bubbles: A Hands-On Science Fair in Scotland
Savoring the Thrush's Song
Police Tap High-Tech Tools Of Military to Fight Crime
Roller Coaster Ride On Wall Street Tests Faith of Investors
A Passion for Pooches Prevails
The Winter New England Missed Descends All on an April Day
British Detective: Feisty Rebel With a Cause
A Few Warm Days Put Spring in His Step
A Time for Reflection
The Foreign Aid Mirage
An Industry Seen Through the Eyes of One Pornographer
So, Do You Know Where Lhasa Is?
The Man Behind Inspector Morse
Oil Put the UAE in the Black, Diversifying Puts in the Green
This Event Makes Science Fun, Not Intimidating
News In Brief
Time for TV Industry to Wake Up
Why Japan Plays Host to World's Largest Child Pornography Industry
"English" the Language Of Prosperity?
The Picasso We Hardly Know
When Forgiving Debt Pays Off
Cautiously, Iranian Youths Put Pedal to Metal
How to Keep Teens Safe: Congress Preaches Abstinence Only
Running for Office On Less Than $5,000
A Mighty Sea Slowly Becomes a Mud-Flat Desert
This Leader Means Business, But Too Late for Pakistan?
Quebec Falls Behind Canada