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IRA in a reasonable mode
The announcement by the Irish Republican Army that it has ordered an end to its three decade-long armed campaign against the British government is a momentous breakthrough in the Northern Ireland peace process. The IRA's refusal all along to ...

Climate change: Gleneagles and after
The Gleneagles Summit of the G8 in early July, which British Prime Minister Tony Blair had relied upon to bring the United States in line with the European commitment to targeted reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, has had a contrary ...

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New opportunities for nuclear energy
By M.R. Srinivasan

The negotiations with international partners following the India-U.S. nuclear deal cannot be left to diplomats and civil servants, but must be entrusted to acknowledged leaders in the nuclear field.

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The succession in the House of Saud
By Gulshan Dietl

The Saudi monarchy is vulnerable to the harsh political winds blowing in the region.

The power of holy places
By Karen Armstrong

LONG BEFORE human beings began to map the earth scientifically they created a sacred geography. Certain features of the landscape — a rock or river that was particularly arresting — stood out from their surroundings and spoke of ...

Life in famine-hit Niger
By Jeevan Vasagar

The starvation is also the result of a belief that the free market can solve the problems of one of the world's poorest countries.

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"BJP is not the life-breath of the Sangh"
M.G. Vaidyawas the first spokesperson of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Though he no longer holds a formal position in the Sangh, he is widely believed to be part of the RSS high command. In an exclusive interview, he spoke about L.K. Advani 's remarks in Pakistan and its impact on the Sangh-BJP relationship. Excerpts:




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