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Editorials
Obama and the Iraq war
While President-elect Barack Obama’s promise to withdraw United States troops from Iraq within 16 months of the inauguration of his term remains on the table, there are early signs that he will be under pressure to backtrack. The three top ...

Sourav’s legacy
Sourav Ganguly changed the course of Indian cricket. His record of 21 wins in 49 Tests is the best ever by an Indian captain. He negotiated Indian cricket’s time of troubles — which arose from the match-fixing scandals — with ...

Leader Page Articles
STATECRAFT
Reject the Margaret Alva proposition
By Harish Khare

For the first time a senior Congress leader has publicly proposed some kind of family entitlement. The Congress ought to move decisively against claims of family privileges if it wants to remain relevant to modern, democratic India.

News Analysis
Politics of polarisation
By Sreeram Chaulia

Thai politics has degenerated into a relentless slugfest, generating spin-offs of narrow nationalism and militarism.

Obama and the new ambience in East Asia
By P. S. Suryanarayana

Will Barack Obama consider a five-way dialogue among the U.S., China, India, Japan, and Russia for Asia-Pacific stability?

Empress of African song
By Graeme Ewens

An outspoken opponent of apartheid, Miriam Makeba was exiled for 30 years

Iraq reopens bridge
Iraq reopened on Tuesday a main bridge linking Sunni and Shi’ite districts in northern Baghdad. During a ceremony attended by several senior Iraqi officials and hundreds of people, the al-A’imma, or Imams bridge, was reopened ...

Corrections and clarifications
A sentence in the twelfth paragraph of an article “Obama wonder and Bush blunder” (Op-Ed, November 11, 2008) was “Osama bin Laden committed outrageous terrorism on the WTO building and he was considered to be among the ...

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