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Monday, April 26, 2004
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ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER Ariel Sharon appears determined to perpetuate chaos in West Asia. When the Israeli hardliner informed the U.S. President, George W. Bush, that he no longer felt constrained by a commitment not to target Yasser Arafat for ...
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CURB THE THACKERAY ITCH
LAST WEEK AT a public rally in Mumbai the Shiv Sena chief, Bal Thackeray, chose to characterise the Congress as "a party of eunuchs" for wanting to install Sonia Gandhi as Prime Minister. This relapse into appalling taste was nothing new for a ...
A tale of two choices
By Sumit Ganguly
After the uncertainty of the Indian general elections ends, the emergent political order will have to set a definite set of priorities in the U.S.-Indian policy agenda.
Iraq: the violence spreads
By Jason Burke
Casualties on both sides are mounting as the violence spreads and jostling for power intensifies.
A wary peace process
By C. Raja Mohan
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 25. Even before the much-heralded peace process between India and Pakistan takes the first few steps, there is a growing wariness in both the capitals about the commitment of the other for a sustained dialogue. In India, the ...
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