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Obama’s AfPak strategy
With only 4,000 additional American military trainers announced for the ongoing war in Afghanistan but $7.5 billion for Pakistan over the next five years, President Barack Obama’s new AfPak policy seems more about outsource than surge. ...

Worrying trends in global trade
Even though the IMF and other world bodies had anticipated a fall in world trade this year as a consequence of the deteriorating global economy, few expected the decline to be as sharp as the one projected by the WTO in its latest report. ...

Leader Page Articles
A controversial marriage in Pakistan
By Nirupama Subramanian

Mukhtaran Mai’s marriage has left Pakistan’s feminists somewhat confused and a little disappointed, with some seeing it as a betrayal and others saying it must be seen “in context.”

News Analysis
From de-hyphenation to dual-hyphenation
By Siddharth Varadarajan

Whether valid or not, the Obama administration and the rest of the world see a link between Afghanistan and the India-Pakistan relationship. This is a problem New Delhi must address.

ONLINE AND OFF LINE
When the need is for restraint and caution
It is a difficult exercise for journalists all the time. Especially when reporting crimes relating to passion or depravity, or those involving juveniles. Suicides too come in this category. There is a dual obligation: to inform the public and ...

Facebook growing up too fast?
By Brad Stone

When Facebook signed up its 100 millionth member last August, its employees spread out in two parks in Palo Alto, Calif., for a huge barbecue. Sometime this week, this 5-year-old startup, born in a dorm room at Harvard, expects to register its ...

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