February 26, 1990

GETTING THE MESSAGE OUT 1011
CANADA

GETTING THE MESSAGE OUT

MULRONEY GOES ON THE ROAD, TALKING TO THE LOCAL MEDIA TO SHORE UP TORY SUPPORT
A celebrity statesman 2425
WORLD

A celebrity statesman

Mandela’s speeches spark fury and euphoria
HOLLYWOOD MEETS THE NEW EUROPE 3839
COVER

HOLLYWOOD MEETS THE NEW EUROPE

THE LARGE NUMBER OF U.S. MOVIES CAUSED CONCERN AT THE BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
OPENING NOTES 67

OPENING NOTES

Václav Havel’s power breaks, Mordecai Richler remembers Pia Zadora, and John Turner aims high
New concerns about the brain drain 89
COLUMN

New concerns about the brain drain

A qualified consultant can now go to the U.S. border with a birth certificate, a job offer, and get in, thanks to the free trade deal
A proxy election 2223
WORLD

A proxy election

West German politicians battle in the East
A foothold in Quebec 1415
CANADA

A foothold in Quebec

The NDP triumphs in the Chambly byelection
RETURNING TO A NEW BERLIN 4445
COVER

RETURNING TO A NEW BERLIN

MARGARET ATWOOD REVISITS THE WALL
A GIANT STEP TOWARDS PEACE 1819
WORLD

A GIANT STEP TOWARDS PEACE

THE OTTAWA MEETING OF NATO AND WARSAW PACT MINISTERS SPARKED SOME DRAMATIC BREAKTHROUGHS
The lessons of Nelson Mandela 5657
COLUMN

The lessons of Nelson Mandela

So, we are standing around waiting outside the Victor Verster Prison. Waiting for Mandela. Waiting for Godot. This is amidst the lush vineyards of the Paarl country an hour outside Cape Town. Purple peaks rise above us. A restaurant called Le Paris is across the road.
In the lion’s den 3031
WORLD

In the lion’s den

Bush attends a drug summit in Cartagena
OPENING THE TAP 3233
BUSINESS

OPENING THE TAP

PRESSURES ARE MOUNTING TO INCREASE EXPORTS OF CANADIAN NATURAL GAS TO U.S. CUSTOMERS
A hero’s quest 4647
PROFILE

A hero’s quest

Kenneth Taylor looks for new challenges
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