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Monitor Articles for February 4, 2008
If Chad coup succeeds, Darfur crisis could deepen
Facebook used to target Colombia's FARC with global rally
Anonymous donor gives $130 million for Bangladesh cyclone recovery
China's response to snow crisis: greater openness, support
Cut undersea Internet cables slow India's connectivity
In Kosovo, Serbs vote in pivotal presidential election
For Serbs, tennis rules, and it's all about Djokovic
Motorbike suicide bombing hits Pakistan as al Qaeda raises profile in tribal belt.
Reporters on the Job
How to untangle the politics of Super Tuesday primaries
Latino vote critical for Clinton on Super Tuesday
Building at World Trade Center is a showcase of terrorproof technologies
Writers' strike means rough going for TV networks
South's ill-timed drought may further crimp U.S. economy
Letters to the Editor
Flip-flopper or 'agent of change'
Will Huckabee's campaign encourage evangelicals to vote for a Democrat?
The Monitor's View
The world can't ignore the Al Qaeda and Taliban threat in Afghanistan
U.S. job losses raise recession worries
The economic stimulus package: How does spending help?
A Week's Worth: Quick takes on the world of work and money
Frontier markets lure – and reward – hardy investors
Corporate political spending comes out in the open – slowly
Financial Q&A: Is it time to shift out of US Savings Bonds?
Résumé advice for the over-50 crowd
It was 44 years ago today
Essay: Need a new password? Here's literary help.
Essay: Mrs. Fix-it finds pleasure in growing a lawn
Essay: When your GPS lady gives you wrong directions
Who's the best?
NASA to broadcast The Beatles into deep space