Time Magazine Contents Page: April 30, 1990

Vol. 135 No. 18 APRIL 30, 1990


VIETNAM: For America, the war remains a guilty mystery

But the U.S. can help build a stable peace. -- With an impoverished North and a reviving South, Vietnam is still divided. -- In strife-torn Cambodia, the killing has never ceased.


WORLD: By cutting the flow of oil and gas to Lithuania, Gorbachev hopes to snuff the republic's declaration of independence

How the West responds may shape its relations with the U.S.S.R. and Gorbachev's future. -- Nicaragua's Chamorro brokers a cease-fire. Will it stick?


NATION: Would a hostage soon be set free?

Or were the kidnapers still up to...

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