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Thursday, November 06, 2003
SRI LANKA IN CRISIS AGAIN
SRI LANKA's TWO-year-old cohabitation experiment now stands at the edge of collapse. The responsibility for precipitating the crisis lies not with President Chandrika Kumaratunga, as Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has alleged, but with his ...
FISSION AND FUSION
THE LEADERS WHO were part of the Janata Party experiment in the post-Emergency period have been part of an endless cycle of squabbling among themselves and coming together to form new political formations. The merger of the Samata Party and the ...
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India and Sino-Pak. ties
By C. Raja Mohan
In the past India had tried, without much success, to keep China out of the subcontinent. If India can now think out of the box, leveraging Chinese power to restrain Pakistan becomes an interesting option.
A media farce in two acts
By Hasan Suroor
In Britain's competitive media environment, obsessed with personalities, selection and presentation of news is becoming an increasingly arbitrary exercise.
Sri Lanka: uncertainty over issues of governance
By V.S. Sambandan
COLOMBO, NOV. 5. By asserting her constitutional powers, the Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, has jolted the ruling United National Front (UNF) into reviewing the status of the island's first real cohabitation government. Tuesday's ...
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