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End game in Sri Lanka
The conventional military game is up for the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, or very nearly so. That is the message sent out to the world by the capture of the Tigers’ main garrison town of Mullaithivu, situated on a sliver of land ...

Euro at ten
The euro, the European Union single currency that has turned 10 this month, is arguably the single most visible symbol of post-war European integration that enables the free movement of persons and services across national borders. In the ...

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Promise and pitfalls of Obama’s South Asia policy
By Siddharth Varadarajan

India needs to guide Richard Holbrooke in his work as envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan and tell him the core issue is no longer Kashmir but the nature of the Pakistani establishment.

News Analysis
Culture as a site of struggle
By K.N. Panikkar

Understanding the nature and direction of the struggle and participation in it call for serious academic engagement.

Here’s to rebirth of U.S. liberalism
By Michael Tomasky

At last the idea of shared sacrifice has returned to the American mindset.

Child soldiers trial opens at The Hague
By Chris McGreal

The International Criminal Court began its first full trial on Monday of a Congolese militia leader, Thomas Lubanga, over the forced recruitment of child soldiers who were part of a rebel army responsible for mass killings, rape and torture ...

Corrections and clarifications
* The last sentence in a statement “Investigating agencies must enjoy immunity and independence, says [V.R.] Krishna Iyer” (January 26, 2009) was “Of course, serious observations of courts are entitled to
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