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Monitor Articles for October 29, 2008
Will killing of oil workers harden China's Darfur policy?
Congo rebels push toward key city
Beneath US-Pakistani tension, a new cooperation
Asia defends currencies even as stocks fluctuate wildly
Britain boosts effort to keep out extremists
Reporters on the Job
Can antiabortion Catholics support Obama? Some do.
Who will help shape McCain, Obama foreign policy?
New Obama ad called sexist by former Hillary supporters
Joe the Plumber is now Joe the foreign policy advisor?
Obama rips Sarah Palin in new campaign ad
Hey - it's 30 minutes nonstop of Barack Obama tonight!
Credit crisis spawns a hunt for culprits
Letters to the Editor
The State Department, not the Pentagon, should lead America's public diplomacy efforts
Global financial reformers must heed Asia's clout
The Monitor's View
Dry up the market's fears
Climate change wrecking Walden's flowers
Step 1 in curbing mercury emissions: Find their source.
Designed with hydrogen fuel in mind
Lost biblical copper mine found?
Second look at first rock from the sun
Blu-ray feeling blue?
Which countries are the most 'innovative'
Survival guide to the DTV transition
Roads to Quoz: An American Mosey
Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
McCain, Obama share their favorite books
From housing rubble, sprouts green furniture
Deep-fried and delicious
My husband the gourmet
Who's in charge?
Preventing weeds beneath the bird feeder
Expert tips for choosing spring bulbs this fall
Monitor shifts from print to Web-based strategy
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