Citizens Act on Cities
By the year 2000, nearly half the people on earth will live in cities.
After Animal Farm
A walk with Ove Jensen on his farm in Trossnas, Sweden, will convince you that Swedish farmers are among the most efficient in the world. Encouraged to make the most of the country's harsh climate by Sweden's system of food subsidies, Swedish farms bristle with the latest technology. But Jensen's commitment to producing food doesn't stop at Sweden's borders.
When Rajmohan, a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, announced that he was running against the incumbent PM, few thought that he might win.
In the Cambodian Camps
Apart from Phnom Penh, more Cambodians live in Site 2, a refugee camp just inside the Thai border, than in any other settlement in the world.
New Horizons in Australia
Australia's Minister of Justice, Senator Michael Tate, outlined some of the problems posed by environmental degradation, by warfare and by attitudes towards embryo research and abortion.
First Floor Theatre
As one of the capitals of the theatre world, some may think that London already has enough theatres.
Whether Gorbachev's policy of glasnost is having sufficient effect on Soviet economic life remains to be seen.
To Preserve Creation
It was not a scene you would have expected at a scientific meeting.
East Meets West in Caux
In one Swiss village, Caux, above Montreux, the conferences are a little different.
Heart to Heart Exchange
The exchange took place in the wake of Japan's Recruit corruption scandal and as events in China built up towards the massacre in Tiananmen Square.