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Stepping up the pressure
The Kampala Commonwealth summit’s decision to suspend Pakistan from the 53-member association sends a timely signal to the country’s military dictator, General Pervez Musharraf — who continues to defy calls to restore democracy. ...

Hastening slowly
The East Asia Summit (EAS), an exclusive multilateral entity of regional players, is portrayed by its protagonists as “a leaders-driven” strategic forum. Not bound by rigorous agenda-oriented diplomacy, the leaders of the two-year-old ...

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Maldives: militant Islamists on the rise
By Praveen Swami

Growing numbers of young men from Maldives are answering the Islamist call to jihad.

News Analysis
U.K. sovereignty and U.S. influence
By Linda Colley

Britain’s biggest foreign influence is the one politicians don’t dare debate: not immigration, not Brussels, but America

Films and graphic novels, a cross-pollination
By Ryan Gilbey

A look into how films and comic books are transforming each other.

Vatican’s new pay system
By John Hooper

As an avid football fan, the Pope’s right-hand man, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, knows better than most that in the end it is the result that counts. No one, though, had expected Benedict XVI’s new secretary of state to be quite so ...

Corrections and clarifications
It is Taslima Nasreen (as given in the Editorial “Behind the Kolkata violence”, November 23, 2007), and not Taslima Nasrin as mentioned in the heading, text, photo caption and box item of the lead story “Taslima Nasrin ...

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