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Thursday, February 26, 2004
ELECTIONS AND MUSCLEMEN
ELECTION TIME INDUCES virtually all political parties to concentrate on winning the next poll. Issues of principle, ideology, and political morality tend to take a back seat. Political parties try to give themselves a psychological edge over ...
A CONSERVATIVE COUP
THE PROCESS OF reform that was initiated by Iran's President Syed Mohammed Khatami after he assumed office in 1997 appears to have come to an end with his conservative opponents securing a majority in parliament. Mr. Khatami was not able to ...
Leader Page Articles
India rethinks China policy
By C. Raja Mohan
The change in India's ties with China appears structural and it has now acquired an unprecedented momentum.
The IIM controversy
By P.V. Indiresan
Though it appears fair to keep IIM fees low, it willonly make the rich richer and the poor poorer.
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