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A step forward in Malaysia
After an ill-judged and near-panic reaction to protests organised by Malaysian Indians, most of them of Tamil origin, the Malaysian government is beginning to moderate its course. The withdrawal of attempt-to-murder charges against the ...

Change of guard in ANC
The emphatic victory of Jacob Zuma, deputy president of the African National Congress, over Thabo Mbeki, the incumbent party president, in a bitterly contested election to the office of the ANC president appears to put him firmly in line to ...

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France for stronger ties with India
By Vaiju Naravane

India and France share excellent political ties although they are distant blips on each other’s radar screens. But the feeling in France is that more needs to be done to jog the relationship out of its mundane complacency.

News Analysis
A pyrrhic victory in Bali
By Sudhir Chella Rajan

The U.S. approach that eschews limits and deadlines is not what is needed to tackle the climate change crisis. Ensuring strictness on the basis of both scientific evidence and moral requirement is imperative.

Zuma’s victory may trigger ANC break-up
By William Gumede

Those who argue that the controversial leader can rescue South Africa’s poor are going to be sorely disappointed.

Fictional nightmare becomes Congo reality
By Simon Tisdall

There are striking similarities between John le Carre’s latest novel and the situation in a province of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Tymoshenko returns as Ukraine Premier
By Luke Harding

Orange revolution leader in office for second time in two years — months of deadlock broken by single vote.>

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