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Editorials
Pakistan and Hafiz Saeed
Two interesting developments in Pakistan, possibly linked, offer some hope that sections of that country’s leadership understand India’s and the world’s concerns about Hafiz Saeed and may want to address them. He is the leader ...

Beyond trade issues
The simmering trade dispute between the United States and China, if allowed to escalate, might hinder ongoing efforts at promoting global cooperation, so vitally needed for the world economy to come out of recession. The rising tensions could, ...

Leader Page Articles
Who stands to gain from war hysteria?
By M.K. Bhadrakumar



News Analysis
Time to deliver on climate change
By José Manuel Barroso

A deadlock at Copenhagen risks being an acrimonious collapse, perhaps on the basis of a deep split between the developed and developing countries.

Deterrence and explosive yield
By K. Subrahmanyam and V.S. Arunachalam

Nuclear deterrence is essentially a mind game and ensuring the security of weapons in case of an attack is more important than kiloton yields.

The economic dimension of national security
By Madanjeet Singh

The SAARC component of trade and energy in the Indian Ocean security architecture.

U.S. urges changes to Google’s book deal
By Miguel Helft

In the latest challenge to Google’s plan to establish the world’s largest digital library and bookstore, the U.S. Justice Department said late on Friday that a proposed legal settlement between Google and groups representing book ...

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Readers' Editor : Online & Off line
Clarifications are but value additions
A reader has referred to “Barmicide’s feast” mentioned in an editorial page article, “The road to inclusive growth” (September 15, 2009, paragraph 6). Stating that it should be “Barmecide’s ...




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