There is an uneasy chill in the air this spring in Sweden.

Economists are forecasting stormy
AGAINST VERY LARGE ODDS, the huge House-Senate trade bill conference wrapped up virtually all of it
LAST WEEK WAS A BAD ONE for Rep. Richard Gephardt, D-Mo.

Not only did he end his bid for the
In an editorial that appeared on this page on March 17, The Journal of Commerce was critical of cust
(At the beginning of the rainy season each year, this is published to encourage those who never use
MORE BY ACCIDENT than by design, the United States government chose to make the lack of foreign acce
Energy Woes Deserve

More Political HeatWhile it is axiomatic that politicians make plans tha
There is something troubling about Michael Dukakis's poor showing in the Michigan presidential caucu
At the beginning of March the British secretary of state for Northern Ireland, Tom King, announced t
THE RESIGNATIONS of two top officials of the U.S. Department of Justice Tuesday should send Edwin Me
Recent trade friction between the United States and the Republic of Korea needs to be placed in a la
The broad outline of a bipartisan post-Reagan federal housing policy has begun to emerge in recent m
Wall Street is not a happy place. Prices of common stocks, bonds and the

dollar have crumbled
ALMOST INADVERTENTLY, the U.S. Department of Transportation has thrown into confusion the status of