Sojourners Magazine: August-September 1992
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Economic sanctions have taken on new importance in modern international relations.
After three decades of supporting corrupt dictators, the United States has a second chance to help build a better future for this famine-plagued region.
The media are in real control of politics
Virtual reality and other thoughts
In the past several years, the two largest Spanish-language television networks in the United States, Telemundo and Univision, have faced protests from Latinos..
Lou Reed once said of his live performances: "It's really like going to a concert."
While this summer's strategic arms agreement between Presidents Bush and Yeltsin has been praised as a "giant step" away from nuclear weapons, some have raised concerns...
South African church leaders have been thrust back into the forefront of the struggle against apartheid in the wake of the June 17 massacre in the township of Boipatong