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A hero of our times
The beard, the cigar, the fatigues, above all the unflinching courage and determination of the world’s longest-serving and most charismatic political leader are unmistakable. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruiz — Fidel to his legion of ...

Democratic breakthrough
In a rare display of bipartisan political sagacity, Pakistan’s two major democratic parties, which have traditionally been at daggers drawn, have made common cause on key democratic and institutional issues and decided to work together in ...

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There is something of the dawn about him
By Ramesh Thakur

Hillary Clinton has become a prisoner of her own meta-narrative that has failed to excite the voters while Barack Obama has tapped into a deep yearning for change from the politics of mutual destruction.

News Analysis
Corrections and clarifications
The caption of a standalone AP photograph (February 22, 2008, page 1), captioned “Bang on target”, was: “Killer Mission: A missile being launched from a U.S. naval vessel on Thursday to blow up a ...

China, Spielberg, and a counter-offensive
By Pallavi Aiyar

Beijing is keen on ensuring that the Olympic Games focus the world’s attention on China’s economic achievements rather than anything else.

Kenya cannot solve the crisis alone
By Wangari Maathai

International help to end the crisis is not meddling but a moral duty.

Blair’s hopes of leading Europe are doomed
By Simon Jenkins

Europe’s history is littered with the failed ambitions of those who would wear the crown.

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