Having hit Saddam Hussein where it hurts--in the Republican Guard barracks, military intelligence headquarters and other strategic components of his regime's power base--during Operation Dese
On the fourth of August last year in San Antonio, the Alamo rumbled.
President Clinton recently paid a visit to a fallen czar. The blundering Yeltsin may be clinging to his throne, but his effective reign came to a close on August 17, a date to remember.
"Existence..resistance." "Who sows misery reaps rage." It was with such slogans that some 15,000 highly determined unemployed and their companions marched through this city on January 17.
Can Europe's workers beat unemployment with a shorter week for all?
France used to be described, particularly in the nineteenth century, as the international laboratory in which political ideas were being tested.
Better late than never?
Politics in Eastern Europe is puzzling, and not just to outsiders.
As the affluent Seven plus Russia gathered in Denver, American sermons on the virtuous methods to reduce unemployment worked so much on European nerves that even the Continent's conservative pape