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Tuesday, October 05, 2004
BEYOND THE TERROR
THE DEVASTATING BOMB blast at Dimapur railway station in Nagaland and the series of terrorist explosions in Dhubri, Darrang and Kokrajhar districts of Assam over the weekend are perhaps the clearest indication that the National Democratic Front ...
STALEMATE IN NEPAL
AS IT PONDERS over the possibility of another ceasefire in the country's eight-year-long war against Maoist insurgents, the Government of Nepal can be forgiven for being especially cautious. Twice before from July to November 2001, and ...
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Beyond the Khyber Pass
By M.K. Bhadrakumar
Pakistan has long involved itself in Afghanistan's affairs. How will it now deal with the move towards democratic pluralism?
America is at war with itself
By Gary Younge © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004
If Americans choose George W. Bush over John Kerry, it will be from fear, a lack of choice - and a preference for power over safety.
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