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Monitor Articles for May 26, 2009
A foreign-film fadeout
In remote north Darfur, an upsurge in clashes between rebels and government forces
Emboldened North Korea pushes neighbors to seek self-defense
Pakistan's Taliban rising? Ask the women.
'Red Dawn' redux: Russia begins massive military modernization effort
In Turkey, hundreds of minors imprisoned on 'terrorism' charges
Egyptian dissident speaks out after 'fire-bomb' incident
UN rights council to take up competing resolutions on Sri Lanka war crimes, aid
Death of former South Korean leader prompts deeper look at reconciliation with North
Argentina: An anti-paper-mill protest celebrates its fifth year
Italy's Berlusconi remains popular – though not with his wife
What can the US do about North Korea?
California court to rule on same-sex marriage ban
Obama picks first Hispanic Supreme Court justice
Letters to the Editor
The emptiness of Obama's pragmatism
Do you know who Captain Queeg, Howard Beale, and Chauncey Gardner are?
The Monitor's View
Does Sotomayor practice identity justice?
Today's coverage agenda: North Korea, Sonia Sotomayor, gay marriage
US home prices down 19.1 percent
US consumer confidence highest in eight months
Indiana's Amish, laid off from RV factories, return to their plows
Solar energy: Will leasing make it more affordable for homeowners?
Colleges turn students' trash into cash for charity
Tech-word origins: stranger than science
'Bing it?' Microsoft seeks search switchers
The Media Relations Department of Hizbollah Wishes You a Happy Birthday
Monitor Books - May 26, 2009
Back to Wando Passo
Hollywood turns to children's books
How an alien might look at Earth and say: 'Yep, could be life there.'
Essay: A boat rower's slumber
Circumstances beyond your control?
The Transplanted Gardener: A good judge of sharing