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Monitor Articles for August 17, 2009
Sen. Jim Webb breaks the ice in Burma
Dostum's return to Afghanistan: a nod to 'warlord politics'
Hamas profits from Israel's Gaza blockade
Huckabee reemerges – in Israeli settlements
Growing threat to Hamas: Gazans who think it has sold out
Philippines: Are two militant groups joining forces?
As Obama healthcare debate rages, a glimpse into S. Africa's care gap
Truck bomb signals trouble on Russia's southern flank
Morocco: Demands rise on argan tree
How Y.E. Yang stood up to Tiger Woods – and shocked the world
People making a difference: Sheridan Conisbee
Obama 'supports repeal' of same-sex marriage ban, lawyers say
If public option in healthcare is dead, what's next?
The ABCs of healthcare: a glossary of the key plans
The Holocaust's shadow over Israel's choices
What the West needs in Afghanistan: humility
The Monitor's View
Obama's neocon stake in Afghanistan elections
Behind stock-market jitters: Housing market?
History's lesson: No recovery without consumer spending
Tough times lead to more worker furloughs – just ask Chicago
ECONOMIC SCENE: Is population growth a Ponzi scheme?
Reader's Digest can't escape media's recession
Japan's rebound latest sign of global turnaround
Taking fresh fruits and veggies to 'food deserts'
Mass. looks to forests for renewable energy source
Hacker used Twitter to control infected PCs
How long do CD-Rs last?
TomTom GPS iPhone app finally arrives
Next-gen storm trackers open window on Hurricane Bill
Wikipedia blows past 3 million English articles
Could iLike be a game-changer for MySpace?
South of Broad
Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial
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Want to feel happier? Pick up a book
Whose art is Katrina art?
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
When the natives aren't friendly
Running toward Goliath
In New Orleans, a plan to bring back a favorite vegetable
The Transplanted Gardener: When a Butterfly doesn’t emerge