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Thursday, October 25, 2007
A difficult dialogue
Imagine ballroom dancers who both think their partner is preparing to stick a dagger into their back, and you have a good idea of where India-Pakistan dialogue on terrorism stands. The October 22 meeting of the Joint Anti-Terror Mechanism ...
Discontent despite the rebound
Despite buoyant growth rates in all the major European Union countries, popular suspicion seems to be persisting over the plans to reform the entrenched European welfare model which contrasts with the market-oriented Anglo-American model. This ...
Leader Page Articles
Back to the old style of governance? statecraft
By Harish Khare
Amazon sold online — to protect it
By Jan Rocha
Climate change and extinction of species
By Alok Jha
Rising global temperatures caused by climate change could trigger a huge extinction of plants and animals, according to a study. Though humans would probably survive such an event, half of the world’s species could be wiped ...
Corrections and clarifications
* A cricket report “Disciplined Pakistan downs South Africa” (“Sport”, October 24, 2007) said that Younis Khan was caught behind by Mark Boucher . Younis was caught by Johan Botha. (The report was on ...
What next for Benazir Bhutto?
By Nirupama Subramanian
The far-right revives old prejudices in Europe
By Soumaya Ghannoushi
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