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Monitor Archive for January 17, 2002
Filmmakers flock to Prague for a cheap Hollywood
Tragedies renew focus on helping teens
Tax cut revisited as red ink returns
Rail's Future Nears a Switch
The sacred art of the written word
India, Pakistan, and your prayers
Business & Finance
Monitor Breakfast: Mitchell Daniels
Earth in the balance - could tilt either way
Warning to states on funding faith-based charities
Computer? What computer?
A vision for India-Pakistan collaboration
Calling all snack cops
So you'd like to learn Arabic. Got a decade or so?
'Normal' may be just around the corner
Mugabe's grip tightens on elections
John Walker, Hapless Seeker?
Latest war technology: useful, but limited
I discover a way to repay forgiveness
The honorable judge cowgirl
Aussie who threw tact aside leaves politics
Walker case hinges on his prior statements
Choosing your words carefully
Whose idea is it, anyway? 'Bounty hunters' track the validity of patents
The feminine mystique
A reluctant empire stretches more
Vast cave network picked clean
Reporters on the job
Fate of 'detainees' hangs on US wording
Upended, not unpleasantly
Hunt for Al Qaeda intensifies