The revelations by Glenn Greenwald about the NSA monitoring the Brazilian President (Sept. 3) are a cause for anguish. That India is the U.S.’s target 3 is shocking. America has lied to the world about its activities. The developed world should think in terms of imposing sanctions on the U.S. It may be difficult, but worth a try. This kind of bullying has to end.

T. Anand Raj,

Chennai

It was amusing to read that India is placed at number 3 behind Brazil and Egypt in a group of countries which are being closely monitored by the U.S. and labelled as a “challenge.” Too presumptuous to be called a friend, too preposterous to be called an enemy and too pathetic to be called a problem.

Col. C.V. Venugopalan (retd.),

Palakkad

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