1987-89 Articles published in The Christian Science Monitor
7/24 Iran's Hostage Hardball
7/31 Congress Threatens to End Pakistan Aid Over Nuclear Program
8/3 Tougher Times Ahead in the Gulf
8/5 After Iran Threats, West Eyes Hezbollah
8/7 U.S. Takes Firm Line on Haiti
8/10-16 Iran Pulls Global Strings
8/12 Pakistan Resists Urgings by U.S. on Nuclear Programs
8/17 U.S. Treads Fine Line in Supporting Chad
8/21 U.S. Says Key to Gulf Policy is "Stand up to Iran"
8/24 Thaw in U.S. Syria Relations will be tested
8/24 Iran-Soviet Commercial Links
8/27 U.S. Optimistic About Iran Policy
8/24-30 U.S. Walks a Fine Line on Chad
9/8 U.S. Officials Bemoan Lack of Aid for African Nations
9/9 U.S. Feels Pressure to Giver Military Assistance to Chad
9/11 U.S. Officials Support UN Role in Reducing Tensions in the Gulf
9/15 U.S. Says Success Depends on Soviets
9/16 Progress is Possible on Cutting Strategic Arms
9/17 Administration Sends PLO a Message about Terrorism
9/18 French Anti-Terror Plan Stresses Cooperation...
9/22 Without Reform Ethiopia Faces More Trouble
9/30 Congressman Calls for Unified U.S. Foreign Policy
10/2 Critics in the Know Blast Journalist's Book
10/5 U.S. Ready to Send Stingers to Chad
10/6 President of Moderate Tunisia Names Hard-Line Successor
10/13 Mozambique Hopes for Warmer U.S. Ties
10/13 Foreign Minister Talks of Mozambique's Goals
10/14 Reagan Administration Feels Pressure to Expand Gulf Role
10/14 Congress and Administration Face Off Over Aid to Pakistan
10/15 Crocker Defends U.S. Policy on South Africa
10/16 Shultz visits Middle East
10/19 Shultz will press Soviets for Unity on Gulf ...
10/19 U.S. Agrees to Sell Anti-Aircraft Missiles to Chad
10/21 Gulf Terrorism Prompts Calls for New Look at U.S. Policy
10/21 Critics Hit State Department Decision to Cut Embassy Staffs
10/22 Gandhi Visit Helps to Deepen India's Ties...
10/26 U.S. Will Stay in the Gulf.
11/3 U.S. Sees Progress in South Africa Talks
11/4 Korea's Move Toward Democracy is Fragile
11/5 Congress Considers Boosting Sanctions Against South Africa
11/6 U.S. Irked by Stalled Gulf Diplomacy
11/12 U.S. Pleased with Tunisia's Early Changes
11/13 Tightening the Reins on U.S. Intelligence
11/17 U.S. Pursues Containment of Iran
11/19 U.S. Officials Warn of Renewed Famine in Ethiopia
11/20 Progress on Afghanistan is Possible
11/27 IRA Reported to Get Huge Arms Shipment from Libya
11/30 U.S.-Cuba Immigration Accord Masks Poor Relations
12/1 U.S. Role in Haiti Comes Under Fire
12/2 Israel Accused anew of Nuclear Violations
12/3 Atrocities Reported in Zimbabwe
12/4 U.S. to Press Gorbachev ...on Southwest Africa
12/9 Iran-Iraq War Tops Agenda ...at the Summit
12/14 Senate Votes Aid to Pakistan
12/14 Nuclear Programs Heighten Tensions Between South Asian Rivals
12/15 U.S. Officials Hope for a Free and Fair Election in South Korea
12/18 U.S. Relieved Over Korean Elections
12/21 Conservatives Worry U.S. will give away the store in Afghanistan
12/29 Toughness with Terrorists...
12/30 U.S. Anxiously Watches Run-Up to Haiti Elections
1/4 New Phase for Gulf War?
1/5 Libya Seeks Chemical Weapons ...
1/8 Khomeini Foes Fast.
1/8 Anti-Khomeini Mujahedin...
1/13 U.S. Searches for a Way Around Law that will Close PLO Office
1/14 U.S. urges Panama's Military to lower its Profile
1/14 Ethiopia's Reform Package...
1/15 U.S. Looks to Haitian People ...for political change
1/19 Parties in Afghan Conflict Appear Poised for Soviet Withdrawal
1/22 India-Pakistan Rivalry Could Spawn Nuclear Proliferation
1/26 Palestinians at Heart of Mubarak Talks in U.S.
1/26 U.S. Unhappy with Haiti Vote
1/27 U.S. And Japan Denounce North Korea on Terror
1/28 Kidnap of Germans Appears Aimed at Terrorism Trial
1/29 Panamanian Leader Linked ...to Drug Trafficking
2/2 U.S. Explores Mideast Parley
2/2 Civil Strife Blocks Food Aid to Mozambique
2/10 Plutonium Sets Off Explosive Debate
2/ 11 Drug Charges Hit Top Haitian Officer
2/16 Proposed Closing of PLO Office at UN Stirs Concern
2/17 Momentum Sought for Talks on Cutting conventional Weapons
2/18 U.S. Negotiators Walk a Mine Field on Angola
2/19 Shultz Seeking Specifics
2/19 Shultz Moscow Agenda includes ...Gulf War
2/19 Kidnap in Lebanon: U.S. Officials Oppose Concessions
2/22 Kohl Visit Eases Tensions...
2/24 Shultz Ventures into Middle East Mine Field
2/29 In Search of NATO Cohesion
3/2 Iran Embargo Draws Near
3/3 Just When an Afghan Plan Looked Near
3/8 Libyan Border Activity Sends mixed Messages ...
3/9 Drugs in Lebanon: Militias Cooperate...
3/10 Middle East Diplomacy: The Other Story
3/14 Reagan Vows not to Yield on Soviet Arms to Afghan
3/15 Angola Embarks on Diplomatic Maneuvers
3/18 U.S. Dilemma with Laos
3/23 U.S. Looks at Chile as Next Place to Promote Democracy
3/28 U.S. Adamant on Cutoff of Soviet Arms to Kabul
3/29 U.S. Debates Nudging Haiti Toward Democracy
4/1 Shultz Takes Long View ...for Middle East Peace
4/1 U.S. Officials: Afghan Solution Near
4/4 As Pressures Mount, Conditions Ripen...in Angola
4/4 Quick Action by South Africa, Angola Needed
4/5 Shultz Fights Distortion of U.S. Peace Plan...
4/11 Administration Set to Defend Afghan Accords
4/13 Concern Rises for Ending Gulf War
4/18 An Israeli Warns of Samson Complex
4/18 African Leaders want U.S. Mediation in Angola
4/21 Mozambique Rebels Slaughter Fleeing Civilians
4/21 Thailand Besieged (Refugees)
4/21 Hijack Ending: ...Wrong Message to Terrorists
4/22 U.S. Sees Possible Rise in Middle East Terrorism
4/25 Mozambique Rebels Deny Charges of Civilian Abuse
4/27 Iranian Tactics Anger Saudis
4/29 How to Gain Cooperatives in the Americas
4/29 Drug Demon in U.S.
5/2 Deal on Noriega's Exit Excludes U.S.
5/3 U.S. Mediator Tries ...to End Lebanon's Civil War
5/6 Cost of Freeing Hostages
5/9 U.S. Makes Ready for Afghanistan Shifts after Soviet Pull Out
5/10 Is Libya Behind Anti-U.S. Strikes?
5/18 Web of Issues Complicates U.S.-Panama Policy
5/19 Parties to South Africa Conflicts are Inching Ahead
5/19 Senators Urge Reconciliations in Angolan Civil War
5/31 Benazir Bhutto Hopes to be Pakistani Future
6/1 Why the U.S. is involved in Lebanon
6/1 U.S. Shuttle Diplomacy in Lebanon...
6/3 Shultz Acts with Eye on Middle East Future
6/3 Shultz's Challenge...
6/6 Abu Nidal Terrorist Group...
6/8 Disputed Patch of Desert Key to Egyptian-Israeli Relations
6/10 Israeli General says Uprising is Easing
6/13 Afghan Rebels Making Gains
6/15 Haiti's Calm Could Mark Explosive Situation
6/15 Foreign Minister Asks for New Look at Haiti
6/17 Economic Summiteers On Alert for Terrorist Attacks
6/20 Military Split Could Shake Haiti
6/21 U.S. Watches Fluid Events in Haiti
6/22 New Haitians Gov't may be More Military than Before
6/24 Four Party Talks on conflict in Angola...
7/1 Angola Rivals Vie for U.S. Ear
7/5 U.S. Stands by its Policy in the Gulf
7/6 U.S. Wary of Iranian Reactions
717 Iran-Iraq was no closer to End
7/8 Secret Travels of Bomb Making Materials
7/11 Talks on South Africa Resume...
7/12 Proposed Arms Deal Tests U.S. Gulf Policy
7/14 Shifting Evidence in Ship Attack
7/15 U.S. Officials New Give and Take ...On South Africa
7/18-24 How A-Bomb Materials Slip Across Borders
7/18 Japanese Terror Group Leaves Global Footprints
7/20 Rebuilding of Afghanistan...
7/22 U.S. Pushes Greece on Terrorism
7/25 Hungarian Communist Party Chief to Visit Washington
7/25-31 Red Army puts Police on Red Alert
7127 PLO Moderation's Called Target of Greek Attack
7/28 Iranian Opposition Bids for Power
7/29 U.S. Cautions on Hostages
8/1 Now the "Nitty-Gritty" on Namibia-Angola
8/2 U.S. Analysts Sees Hussein's Actions as Tactical Ploy
8/4 South African Peace Proposal
8/5 Congressional Leadership Gets on Board for Arms Sale to Kuwait
8/8 "Step Forward" on Namibia-Angola Talks
8/8 U.S. Sets Out to Calm Two Middle East Friends
8/9 Parties in Southwest Africa Agree
8/11 Congress Takes New Look at Sanctions (on South Africa)
8/12 Troops May Go, But Soviet Afghan Legacy Remains
8/15 U.S. Wants Chileans to Have Free Choice in Fall Plebiscite
8/16 Washington Woos Marxist Government in Mozambique
8/22 Libyan Leader Tries to Charm
8/22 While Allegedly Backing Terrorism
8/24 Hanoi Send Chill Over Relations with U.S.
9/7 Soviets Pressure Pakistan
9/7 Namibia Talks Enter Crucial Round
9/12 U.S. in a Bind Over Iraqi Use of Poison Gas Against Kurds
9/14 Electoral Standoff Threatens More Chaos for Lebanon
9/16 New Coup Plotting Reported in Haiti
9/17 Zimbabwe Leads Africa on Several Fronts
9/19 Haiti's Army Still in Control
9/19 Foreign Policy Waits Not for U.S. Vote
9/22 Shevardnadze, Shultz...
9/26 New Talks Zero in on Pull-Out of Cuban Troops from Angola
9/27 U.S.-UN Chill Starts to Thaw
9/28 Shevardnadze Calls for Stronger UN
10/3 Haiti Retirees Colonel in Bid for Aid
10/5 U.S. Tries to Determine why Hostage Released
10/6 U.S. Disputes Philippine Demands for Base Fees
10/6 Foreign Secretary Talks of Colonial Legacy
10/10-16 Zimbabwe Leader Goes His Own Way
10/11 Agreement Reached on Cuban Withdrawal
10/11 U.S. Will Bolster Cambodia's Non-Communist Resistance Force
10/11 Chinese Official Seeks more pressure on Hanoi Over Cambodia
10/12 Mozambique Foreign Minister...
10/14 U.S. Debates Sanctions Against Iraq
10/17 Philippines and U.S. Agree on Bases
10/18 Sihanouk Leaves Washington Astir
10/21 Hostage Surprise Not Likely
10/25 Outside Anxiety Grows about. ..Lebanon
10/26 Nigeria, A Measured March to Democracy
10/28 Disputes Over Cuban Troops Stymie Angola -Namibia Talks
11/1 Arafat Tries to Reign in Radicals...
11/2 Soviets Bomb Afghanistan...
11/3 U.S. Pressures Arafat...on Terrorism
11/4 New Arms Talks Await Human Rights Program...
11/9 Washington urges Restraint. ..in Afghan Conflict
11/10 Bush Victory Might Spark Peace Talks on Namibia, Angola
11/15 European Friends Arrive ...
11/16 U.S.: PLO Must Do More
11/17 Undeclared A-Bombs Spread
11/18 U.S. Intel Gathering Falls Behind, Study Finds
11/28 Aid Quagmire in Sudan
11/28 Arabs Decry U.S. Rejection of Visa for PLO Arafat
11/29 Carlucci Urges Cautions on Soviet Moves
12/1 Gorbachev will try to Keep Momentum in U.S.-Soviet ties...
12/6 With End in Sight, South Africa Stalls on Accords
12/7 Tide of Immigrants from USSR Floods U.S.
12/9 Lebanese Patriarch...
12/12 Oil Drillers Press U.S. to Ease Libya Trade Loan
12/12 Qaddafi's Charm Offensive Leaves U.S. Unimpressed
12/14 In Fighting on Iran...
12/15 U.S. Debates Whether to Keep Waiting for Arafat
12/16 U.S. And PLO Take Important First Step
12/19 Arafat's Best May Not be Good Enough to Stop Palestinian Terrorism
12/2 Soviets Closing in on Afghan Decisions
12/22 Big Prize for South West Africa
12/28 U.S.-Greek Ties are Roiled by...Terrorism Case
1/3 Bush Foreign Policy Team to Inherit Complex Agenda
1/5 U.S.-Libya Clash Shows a Jittery Qaddafi
1/6 U.S. View of Chemical Arms Meeting
1/10 Islamic Crescent to Test Strategists
1/13 U.S. Case Against Libyan Plant Gains Support
1/17 Reagan's Libyan Legacy Lingers
1/19 Prospects for Peace in Cambodia
1/24 Experts Suspect Terrorist United to Bomb Airliner
1/24 Strange Bedfellows in ME-Palestinian and Shiite ...
1/25 Shultz's Gifts to New Team at State
1/26 U.S. Mideast task: Keep Up the Momentum
1/30 Afghanistan: U.S. Expects Soviets to Pull Out on Target
2/3 Haiti: Control Flows From Avril's Grasp
217 Iran's Wrenching Changes and U.S. Policy in the Gulf
2/8 Awaiting a Signal From Tehran
2/9 U.S. ties with Gulf Arabs Tighten
2/9 U.S. Dossier on Paraguay's Rodriguez Grows
2/10 Baker Takes a Stop-Look-Listen Tour of NATO Allies
2/14 U.S. Qualifies View of PLO Violence
2/14 Who is a Terrorist?
2/ 15 U.S. Eyes Bonn's Effort to Reform Chemical Export Rules
2/21 Search for Air Bombers Heats Up
2/21 U.S. Officials Say Khomeini's Call Points to Iranian Power Play
2/22 Bush Team Sets Its African Agenda
2/23 Angola-Namibia Accords: Act Two
2/24 New Phase for Sino-U.S. Relationship?
2/28 Sudan: Can Washington Stop the Starvation?
3/3 Seeing Peace in the Horn of Africa
3/6 Iran: Hopes for Improved Relations ...Dashed
3/6 Iran's Revolution Has Led to Costly War and Economic Mismanagement
3/6 Soviets Court Iran as Western Suitors Fall by Wayside
3/7 Baker and Shevardnadze Test the Waters in Vienna
3/13 Bush Middle East Policy Takes Shape
3/13 Raids by Radical Factions Threaten U.S. Talks with PLO
3/14 U.S.-Syria Links Growing Cooler
3/15 Washington Pressed to Send Food to War Victims in Sudan
3/16 Baker Searches for New Stance toward Pretoria
3/17 UN in Urgent Effort to Get Food t Sudan
3/17 U.S. Seeks Ways to Bring Warring Mozambicans Together
3/22 U.S. Tries to Break Middle East Logjam
3/24 U.S. Weighs Aid Options to Afghans
3/28 Trying to Hurdle Rejectionist Syria
3/28 Sudan Roadblocks: Gone Now Where is the Food?
4/5 Cease-Fire Efforts Stepped Up as Beirut Fighting Intensifies
4/6 Haiti's Avril Clings to Power, Hopes for Essential U.S. Aid
4/7 U.S. War of Peace Role in Lebanon
4/7 Aoun Wins Praise from Some Moslem Leaders
4/7 Urgent Meeting Set on Namibia
4/10 Bush Pleased with Shamir Visit
4/10 CIA Director Says Wait and See on Soviets
4/11 U.S. Gauging Soviet Intent after Bomber Sales to Libya
4/12 U.S., French Officials Discuss Lebanese Crisis
4/17 Hussein Visit will Center on Middle East Peace, More U.S. Aid
4/18 U.S. Measure Iran's New Radicalism
4/20 Congress keeps a Wary Eye on Angola
4/20 Namibia Peace on Track
4/21 France, U.S. Seek to End Shelling (Lebanon)
4/24 Friction Growing Between U.S., Syria
4/25 Hussein Visit Leaves U.S. Optimistic
5/1 U.S. Plays Catch Up on Cambodia
5/2 Links to Manila Remain Strong, Despite Murder
5/4 U.S. to Test Soviet New Thinking in Africa
5/4 Haiti's Calm Belies Turmoil Beneath
5/8 Ethiopian Regime Looks West for a Helping Hand
5/9 U.S.-Soviets Open Talks
5/10 U.S.-Soviets to Tackle Terrorism
5/10 U.S. Plugs Away at Rights Issues
5/10 Afghanistan: Locked Horns
5/11 Moscow: A Ray of Hope for Beirut?
5/15 U.S. Welcomes "Natural" Easing of Tensions (USSR-China)
5/16 Bush Sets Froth His Strategic Vision
5/16 Angola Pushes Plan to End its Civil War
5/23 NATO Tries to Smooth Over Short-Range Missile Dispute
5/23 U.S. Envoy to Sudan will push for Peace, Food
5/24 South Africa: U.S. Wants to Play Role of Catalyst
5/24 Namibia Independence Back on Track
5/26 U.S. Says it Backs Israel Proposal
5/30 Bush Takes Middle Road on China
5/31 Lebanon Looks to UN after Failed Summit
6/5 Bush Seeking Accord on Arms for Cambodian Resistance
6/6 Bhutto, Bush Will Set U.S.-Pakistan Agenda
6/7 U.S. Troubled by Afghan Stalemate
6/8 Bush Breaks Clear from Reagan's Mold
6/9 Bhutto Denies Pakistan has Nuclear Weapons
6/9 Warring Sudan Factions Meet on Cease-Fire and Food Aid
6/13 U.S.: Diplomatic Ball is in Tehran's Court
6/15 U.S. Torn on Letha Aid for Sihanouk
6/16 U.S. Ponders Multinational Aid Plan for Eastern Europe
6/16 Afghanistan: U.S. Tells Guerrillas Politics Are Key
6/22 Lebanon: Arab League Prepares New Peace Proposal
6/22 Zaire Summit could Mark Break in Angola Stalemate
6/23 Washington Eyes Iran's Moscow Visit
6/26 Qaddafi's Tries to Improve His Image
6/27 Peace Plan Flowers Amid change in South Africa
6/27 Israeli and Palestinian Violence Threatens Peace Efforts
7/11 Shamir Deals Setback to U.S. Hopes
7/12 U.S. Seeks End to Mozambique War
7/12 South African Events Give U.S. Hope for Black-White Talks
7/14 U.S. Tries to Salvage ME Peace Initiative
7/17 U.S. Helps Ease Lebanon Tensions
7/17 Iraq Returns to Middle East Political Lineup
7/17 Middle East Peace Efforts Compete with Spiraling Violence
7/18 U.S., Soviets Wage Arms Supply War
7/21 Trying to Cork Missiles, Chemicals