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Take the peace talks to a new level
The time has come for some creative diplomacy to end the stasis that has marked the long-running Naga peace process — and take it to the next level. When representatives of the government and the Naga groups sit down on Monday in Dimapur to ...

Reacting to global developments
Although the consensus of informed opinion has always been that the Indian stock indices cannot indefinitely maintain their upward momentum and a correction was round the corner, few anticipated either the timing or the magnitude of the reversal. ...

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West reverts to its cold war ways
By Vladimir Radyuhin

The new Russia is building a market economy, has opened up to foreign investors, and is striving to integrate with the rest of the world. This is what makes it dangerous in the eyes of western hawks.

News Analysis
Negative campaigning backfires
By Paul Harris

Infighting hits Clinton’s and Obama’s ratings and clears the way for others.

Peasants set the fashion in Bolivia’s ethnic revolution
By Rory Carroll

The dress of the marginalised has now become synonymous with authority.

The least useful reaction to terrorism
By Jenni Russell

Blind faith in the moral superiority of our own way of life will only hinder efforts to tackle violent extremism.

Amputations bring health crisis to Iraq
By Peter Beaumont

Iraq is facing a hidden healthcare and social crisis over the soaring number of amputations, largely of lower limbs, necessitated by the daily explosions and violence gripping the country. In the north of Iraq, the Red Crescent Society and the ...

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“I don’t think the country is yet willing to recognise the U.S. is a benign power”
In the second part of his exclusive interview to The Hindu, National Security AdviserM.K. Narayanandiscusses the link between the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal and the wider strategic relationship between the two countries. Excerpts:




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