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Monitor Archive for December 2, 2004
Why Iran wants its own nuclear deterrent
Lasting bonds forged in a Canadian home on 9/11
Bush's goals still big, bold
Playing to the Mideast Middle
'Pray with me'
Sailing through space on a plasma beam
States use a new carrot to collect child support
Business & Finance
Global effort to curtail smoking hits milestone
Protest strains Ukraine economy
Bush plan on dams rekindles salmon debate
The tangled Internet: Is it time for a new one?
Religion's eternal life at core of world concerns
Intelligence reform false start
Heat wave risk rising with emissions
On the horizon
Passing All the 9/11 Reforms
Incredible shrinking US family
My husband performs an indoor 'rain dance'
UN reform confronts 'irrelevancy'
Vote furthers Africa's democratic spirit
On one issue, the world really likes Bush
Reporters on the Job
How face cream revealed the past
Smart machines, dumb people
North American birds on the decline
Welcome to North Korea. Rule No. 1: Obey all rules.
Family sports day requires a family of sports