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Monitor Articles for March 14, 2008

Will Mexico's left back Obrador's radical tactics?
Why Tibetan monks are protesting now
Tibet unrest deepens, with violence and rioting
Police keep tight lid on Tibet after protests
Russia's Gazprom settles Ukraine gas row, but profits could dip
Young Iranians, once avid reformers, leave politics behind
In Iran vote, conservatives set to retain power
Violence breaks out at protests in Tibet
USA
Reporters on the Job
At E.U. summit, climate change billed as major security risk
World
Monitor Breakfast Pollsters see closer-than-expected November election
Monitor Breakfast Pollsters see closer-than-expected November election
NPR grapples with the prospect of a post-radio future
Shy school librarian finds success as author
As Southwest grounds planes, calls rise for FAA overhaul
Does space need air traffic control?
Congress moves closer to preserving Western beauty
Letters to the Editor
Opinion Practical steps to end poverty
Opinion Tattoos: indelibly passé
The Monitor's View What Bush can win while at the Olympics in China
Paulson outlines fix-it plan for credit crisis
At E.U. summit, climate change billed as major security risk
Lost in the welfare system, but still clinging to hope
Pirates, officers, and high art abound in 'Vermeer's Hat'
Cai Guo-Qiang has a blast with explosive art
Monitor picks
Into it: Ann Wilson
'Horton' is a wholly Seussessful adaptation
New on DVD
'Sleepwalking' has a dreamy feel
For the networks, television's future is online
Flute Song
A great spring vacation – I think
Verbal energy: Surrogates and other placeholders
Prayer to end poverty
Focus on algebra, U.S. panel tells schools