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Accountable under rule of law
The landmark decision of the Supreme Court to issue a slew of directions relating to police administration is essentially aimed at kick-starting the process of strengthening the autonomy of the force. The apex body's seven-point directive — ...

One nationalist after another
Japan's new Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, appears set to add impetus to the revival of nationalist spirit that was a singular feature of his predecessor Junichiro Koizumi's tenure. Mr. Abe advocates shedding the defensiveness that has characterised ...

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Gandhigiri — a philosophy for our times
By Mihir Shah

The use of the term Gandhigiri highlights the fact that in an unjust world, change necessitates the use of force. It also emphasises that Gandhiji stood for action in the face of oppression. Not passive contemplation or individual salvation.

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Corrections and clarifications
The sentence in the accompanying box item ("Patil sticks to his guns") in the report "Maharashtra: review panels for counter-terrorism" (September 27, 2006) was: "The BJP wanted the State Reconstitution Commission revived to look into ...

Why Tony Blair has to go
By Jonathan Freedland

Nobody sells New Labour like Mr. Blair, and the faithful are anxious about losing him. For all that, there was no appeal for him to stay.

Ramifications of resurgent nationalism
By Martin Jacques

The new Japanese Prime Minister's unrepentant attitude to war crimes could threaten the world's most important economic zone.

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"We want to let the people defeat the Taliban"
Pakistan's PresidentPervez Musharrafdiscussed his new book,In the Line of Fire, and the war on terrorism with members of the Council on Foreign Relations, including Global Viewpoint editor Nathan Gardels. Following are edited excerpts of the discussi on, which took place in New York on September 25.




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