February 1983
National Review;2/18/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p190
The article presents an update on political and social issues from around the world as of February 1983. The arrest of several individuals believed to be the last of the leaders of the Red Army faction in Bonn, Germany is expected to reduce terrorist activities in the area. Iraq demonstrated an interest in restoring positive diplomatic relations with Egypt which might change the state of internal politics in the Middle East. Cases of female infanticide have increased in China following the implementation of the one child policy.


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