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Monday, October 15, 2007
Of all those who won Nobel Peace Prize over more than a century, few have been more worthy of the honour than Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Together they brought the force of solid scientific enquiry and ardent ...
Challenge of Islamist terror
Investigative leads point to the Harkat ul-Jihadi-e-Islami (HUJI), the Islamist organisation behind the Mecca Masjid attack in Hyderabad, as being behind the terrorist strike at the Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer. What can one say ...
The Myanmar crisis and the U.N. way
By P.S. Suryanarayana
With China and Russia continuing to rein the U.S. in, the Security Council has now moved away from its January posture of no collective action and towards a politically non-prescriptive stand on the Myanmar issue.
Website helps to save dogs
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Shaping the future of China at a challenging time
The directions and policies worked out by the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China will be of great interest to the whole world. The leaders elected to the new Politburo will determine the country’s political and economic cour se at a momentous time.
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More on balance and predilections
My last column, “Preferences and Prejudices” (October 1, 2007), as I expected, produced quite a few responses. Developments on the news front around that time added to the intensity of the reactions. These needed a different ...
“War scenario in Iran would be a disaster”
Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign MinisterMassimo D’Alemafeels the first response to 9/11 should have been “peace in Jerusalem, not war in Baghdad.” Mr. D’Alema is a leftist who was also Italy’s Prime Minister fr om 1998-2000, the first with origins in the Italian Communist Party. He has been a journalist for 25 years, was Editor-in-Chief ofL’Unitaand has authored several books. He thinks that, with a serious regime of verifications, the Indo-U.S. nucle ar deal could be a positive step if it makes India a part of the international system of controls. Excerpts from an interview in Mumbai:
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