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SPECIAL REPORT--CHINA EMERGES
China's Juggling Act and the Balance of Power in Asia
Thomas W. Robinson
The Hidden Currents and Shifting Agenda of Chinese Foreign Policy
Masaaki Kasahara
The Challenge of Modernizing Industrial China
Denis Fred Simon
Deng Xiaoping's Legacy--Eclipsing Mao's Memory
Tamio Shimakura
ASEAN and China: Forging a Marriage of Convenience
John Wong

ANALYSIS
Nicaraguan Insurgencies, 1979-1985: The Origins and Evolution
Michael Radu
Panama's Strong Man Survives--For Now
Sheila Louise Rees
Turkey: An Ally Twists in the Wind
Evans Johnson

ANALYSIS--LIBYA
Qaddafi After the Raid
Sheila Louise Rees
U.S. Finds Many Critics, Few Friends in the UN
Narayan Keshavan
At Home, Thatcher Takes the Heat
Mark Palmer
Chirac's First Major Decision an Unpopular One
Bernard Mitjavile
The Road to Retaliation
Neil C. Livingstone

COMMENTARY
Planning for Peace
Morton A. Kaplan
Is Big Government an Endangered Species?
Yearn Hong Choi
Reagan and Congress: How to Destroy Foreign Policy in 535 Different Ways
Claudio Campuzano
Learning History's Lessons
Richard Grenier

 

 
CHILDREN
Black Belt Your Way to Success
Elaine Baum

FASHION
Dressing for Today's Corporate Standards
Connie Chruch

FOOD
The Real Texas Beef--Barbecued
Dotty Griffith

GARDENS
New Trends in Urban Gardening
Carole Ottesen

HEALTH
Sunshine Swings Moods--Upward
Rise Jill Miller

INTERIORS
All Right at St. Matthew's Place
Rosemary G. Rennicke

SPORTS
Big Bucks for Big Bucks
Ray Buck

TRAVEL
Walking the Line in the USSR
Barry Farber

 

 
FEATURED BOOK: Jean-Francois Revel's How Democracies Perish
Harbinger of New Realities
Jean-Pierre Gabriel

Hard-Nosed Détente
Paul Gottfried

Darkest Before the Dawn
Jeffrey Herf

REVIEWS
The Right Stuff
David Tucker
WITHOUT GOD, WITHOUT CREED
James Turner
THE NAKED PUBLIC SQUARE
Richard J. Neuhaus

'Surrender as Defense'
Philip Gold
NATIONAL SECURITY THROUGH CIVILIAN-BASED DEFENSE
Gene Sharp
MAKING EUROPE UNCONQUERABLE
Gene Sharp

Bashing the Bible-Thumpers
James J. Thompson, Jr.
THE HANDMAID'S TALE
Margaret Atwood

Weimar in America
Wilfred M. McClay
REFUGEE SCHOLARS IN AMERICA
Lewis A. Coser

On Orwell's 1984 and Common Sense
Dennis G. Stevens

Orwell, Masculinity, and Feminist Criticism
Arthur Eckstein
THE ORWELL MYSTIQUE
Daphne Patai

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Carnegie Hall: A National Monument to Music
Gregory Speck

ART
Winslow Homer: A Vivid Watercolor Palette
Sarah Ban Breathnach

DANCE
New York City Ballet After Balanchine
Paul Gregory

FILM
The Show Business Show
Tom Huntington

MUSIC
Brahms Shines From the Gewandhaus Orchestra
Tom Pniewski
Alicia de Larrocha: Purity and Polish
Tom Knulls
Brigadoon Done In
Sy Syna
Kurt Masur Offers Fresh Prespective on Tradition
Tom Pniewski
Touring Group Showcases Traditional Chinese Music
Clarissa Bullitt

PERSPECTIVES
A Case for Tonality in the Twentieth Century
David Eaton

THEATER
Nichols' 'Social' Complacency
Jeff Church
Shakespeare Ethnically Mixed
Sy Syna
Amsterdam offers English Language Theater
Christopher V. Davies
Legends!: The Legend of Two Old War-Horses
Jeff Church

 

   
AT THE EDGE
The New Solar System
Charles Sheffield
Medical Diagnostic Imaging
Jane Collins and Walter Froehlich

IMPACTS
Digitizing
Michael Woods

NATURE WALK
The Morels Are Out
George Knaphus and Lois H. Tiffany

SCIENCE AND SPIRIT
Vital Holistic Phenomena and Properties of Living Things
Roger Sperry, With Commentary by Norman Cousins

SCIENCE AND VALUES
Ecosystem Control and Its Implications for Human Values
O. Roger Anderson

SCIENCE ESSAY
Natural Philosophy and Human Cultures
Niels Bohr

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
Niels Bohr: Master of Physics and Dialogue
John Archibald Wheeler

 

   
CROSSROADS--SAMOA TODAY
The Samoan Islands and Their People
Lowell and Ellen Holmes
Dietary and Social Choices in American Samoa
James R. Bindon

FOLK WISDOM
The Real American Legend
Roger L. Welsch

HERITAGE
Ulster-Scots in the New World
Richard K. MacMaster

PEOPLES
South India's Temples and Palaces
Mangalam Srinivasan
The Turkish People in Transition
Paul J. Magnarella

 

   
THE SEARCH FOR A SYNTHESIS OF EASTERN WISDOM AND MODERN SCIENCE
East and West: Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science
Stanislav Grof
Reality and the Physics of Maya
Alex Comfort
The Physicist and the Mystic: Is Dialogue Between Them Possible?
Renee Weber, Edited By Emily Sellon
The Holographic Hypothesis of Brain Function: A Meeting of Minds
Karl Pribram
The New Vision of Reality
Fritjof Capra
Space as God's Presence
Patrick A. Heelan
The School of Night
Frederick Turner
Responsibility in Science and in Decisions About the Use or Non-Use of Technologies
Gerard Radnitzky
Intellectual Tradition of Pre-Revolutionary Russia: A Reexamination
A. Walicki

 
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