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Special Report: Seeking a New World : On Seeking a New World

December 18, 1990

For much of the past year, two Los Angeles Times correspondents have traveled the world in search of explanations for the sweeping changes that are transforming international politics and economics after the Cold War.

From Washington to Moscow, Tokyo and Berlin--and from the barrios of Lima to the shantytowns of South Africa as well--reporters Robin Wright and Doyle McManus interviewed presidents and guerrillas, tycoons and laborers, pundits and poets in 21 countries.

They were aided by these Times staffers around the world:

CORRESPONDENTS: Michael Parks and John-Thor Dahlburg in Moscow, Sam Jameson and Karl Schoenberger in Tokyo, Tyler Marshall in Berlin, Mark Fineman in New Delhi and Bob Drogin in Katmandu, Nepal

RESEARCHERS: Maura Reynolds, Aleta Embrey, Pat Welch, Tom Lutgen, Caleb Gessesse and Fabienne Furminieux

PROJECT DIRECTOR: Richard T. Cooper

PROJECT EDITORS: Warren Vieth and Art Pine

SECTION EDITOR: Dan Fisher

NEWS EDITOR: Jon Thurber

COPY EDITOR: Mary Ann Hoffarth

ART DIRECTOR: Ligaya Gritz

PHOTO EDITOR: Jayne Kamin-Oncea

This special edition of World Report is the second of two parts, the first of which appeared on Dec. 11. World Report will not appear on Dec. 25, but will resume publication on Jan. 1.

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