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Monitor Articles for December 29, 2011
'Racist newsletter' timeline: What Ron Paul has said
Gulf oil spill could result in criminal charges for BP employees
Andrew Luck, sustainability, and unsportsmanlike comments
Elly May Clampett vs. Barbie? No verdict. Elly May settles suit.
US weapons sales to Iraq: Still a good idea as violence escalates?
US 'deeply concerned' after Egypt raids NGO offices
With 2012, state laws kick in on everything from immigration to shark fins
Boycott of GoDaddy over SOPA bill a barometer of Internet politics
North Korea not the only offender: 6 official photo fudgings
A year of oops: five big political gaffes of 2011
Egypt's military rulers crack down on democracy groups
The Monitor's View
Will 'supreme leader' Kim Jong-un take a shot on North Korea's future?
Job of Jamaica's youngest prime minister ever is up for grabs
Sea Shepherd anti-whaling ship damaged while chasing Japanese vessel
Breastfeeding moms protest at Target stores, but US public is real mark
Kremlin keeps its cool: Russian rally for jailed activist ends peacefully
Defying Putin: 7 Russians to watch
Getting the Strait of Hormuz straight: an FAQ
Stocks rise, but S&P flat for the year
Four ways to relieve overcrowded prisons
Was 2011 a good year? More Democrats than Republicans say 'yes.'
As Iowa's Kent Sorenson jumps to Ron Paul ship, rat analogies abound
Why I rent, despite low mortgage rates
Netflix sees big decline in customer satisfaction
Social businesses may provide a creative new way to help Haiti
After dramatic 2011 in Cuba, will US-Cuban policy shift in 2012?
Unclaimed attack on Islamic school raises tension in Nigeria
Samoa to skip Friday, lose December 30th 2011 forever
North Korea calls Kim Jong-un 'supreme leader'
Dominion over change
George F. Kennan: An American Life
New Year's resolution (and modern fable): Spend more!
A simple Italian celery soup
Pauline Kael: A Life in the Dark