The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – December 17, 2012  STOLEN TIME

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On any given day in the US, three-quarters of a million people are in jail.  Two-thirds have not been convicted – but some languish longer than if they had been.  THE UNSEEN WORLD OF PRETRIAL DETENTION. By Katy Reckdahl.

INSIDE this week’s Monitor:

  • Baltic States – A bridge out of Russian turf
  • Foreign Policy – For Obama, the world won’t wait
  • Difference-makers – The prince of St. Louis
  • How the West reads Iran
  • States weigh a big stake
  • School days get longer – Pilot program in US to test some innovations

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