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Editorials
Decoding Dr. Singh's Oxford reflections
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's July 8 address at Oxford University in acceptance of an honorary D.Phil. degree has been attacked, reflexively, by both the ultra-Left and the communal Right, as a prettification of the historical record of British ...

Rotation that makes little sense
The assumption of the European Union (EU) Council presidency by Britain from July — for the sixth time — against the backdrop of the recent deep divisions within Europe reveals starkly the inherent limitations of this office owing ...

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REALITY CHECK
America, India and outsourcing imperial overreach
By Siddharth Varadarajan

IF THERE is one document everyone should read to understand the direction relations between the United States and India have begun to take in the past few years, it is The Indo-U.S. Military Relationship: Expectations and Perceptions , a ...

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OUT OF LONDON
Beware the hype about a backlash
By Hasan Suroor

ANYONE WATCHING some of the Indian television channels might be led into believing that a full-blown anti-Muslim backlash is brewing in Britain after last week's train bombings. The truth is that barring a few stray incidents of intimidation and ...

A two-way street
By Jyotirmaya Sharma

IS THE Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh being unreasonable in its attitude towards the Bharatiya Janata Party? For most observers of the recent skirmishes between the RSS and BJP president L.K. Advani it might seem that an overbearing and formidable ...

Climate change deniers shift their ground
By George Monbiot— © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2004

Instead of denying climate change is happening, the U.S. now denies that we need proper regulation to stop it.

Terror links
By Salim Lone

THE GLENEAGLES summit's grand stage might well have shown up George W. Bush's hypocrisy in proclaiming an "ideology of compassion" over African poverty and global warming. Instead, the London bombings allowed the U.S. President and Tony Blair to ...

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