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Monday, March 22, 2004
AN UNRELIABLE ALLY
THE INDIFFERENCE DISPLAYED by the United States to India's sensitivities and concerns has deflated some of the hype about a strategic relationship between the two countries. While U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell might view the decision to ...
A SONG AND DANCE FOR VOTERS
MASS ENTERTAINMENT ON the political stage is a prospect thrown up by resourceful political India to compensate for the overlong, hot duration of the 2004 election campaign. As election fever rises and campaigns acquire momentum across the land, ...
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The post-Cold War world
By P.V. Narasimha Rao
The conflict had now to be, logically, between Western and non-Western cultures since the cultural dimension had played an important part in empire-building.
Iraq: Bush, Blair seek new U.N. backing
By Kamal Ahmed
THE UNITED Nations is to be given a lead role in post-occupation Iraq under British and American plans to shore up crumbling international support for the continuing military presence in the country. United Kingdom officials said there would be a ...
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