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Editorials
Umar al-Bashir and ICC
On March 4, 2009, Umar al-Bashir became the first head of state to be indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague since the court was created in 2002. It has issued an international arrest warrant for the Sudanese President on ...

Difficult choices
The Reserve Bank of India’s decision on Wednesday to lower the repo and reverse repo rates by 0.50 percentage point comes at a time when monetary policy is facing difficult choices in combating the economic slowdown and the depreciation of ...

Leader Page Articles
Challenges for Indian foreign policy
By M.K. Bhadrakumar

A seminal period of course correction lies ahead for India. Putting an “iron curtain” on the past and reconstructing the present is not easy.

News Analysis
Obama’s soft signals to East Asia
By P.S. Suryanarayana

The U.S. is implicitly co-opting Japan and China to solve the current global economic crisis.

Seeing an opportunity in social problem
By Marci Alboher

It used to be that people who wanted to solve a social problem created a charity. Today, many start a company instead.

Cash crisis is hitting developing world hardest
By Ashley Seager

The credit crunch is hitting the income of the world’s poorest people the most and will make the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals more difficult to achieve than ever, according to research released on Thursday. The Global ...

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From Frankfurt to London via Paris
“The major point of differentiation between the London Book Fair and both Salon du Livre and the Frankfurt Book Fair is that London is a trade-only fair.”




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