Commentary

OFFICIALLY, EUROPE IS moving closer together by the day. Within five years, the remaining barriers
SHIPPING COMPANIES and truckers have a real problem in the handling of overweight intermodal contain
EVERYBODY'S ROOTING for exports. With a favorable exchange rate against Japanese and European curren
I was one of nearly 56,000 people out at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium here last Sunday to watch a major
The economic relationship between the United States and Japan is important to the Association of Sou
A surprising number of presidential aspirants to this office have indicated that they might endorse
THE JURY IS STILL OUT on whether the current efforts of Central America's presidents will bring peac
TRYING TO REGULATE the world financial market is akin to pinching a balloon: The air simply goes som
Nicholas F. Brady, erstwhile conservative Republican Senator from New Jersey, tossed President Reaga
Paraphrasing the U.S. cliche of a French maxim, the more visitors change, the more they stay the sam
U.S. commercial banks, stumbling under the weight of Third World loans gone sour, may have found a w
The warmth with which Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev greeted Margaret Thatcher when he stopped in L
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas established a committee late last month to help the district ba
The Rocky Road

Of Rail MergersYour editorial "No Rock Island II" (Dec. 30) brings back a flo