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Beauty and dominance
Only the rarest of sporting performances leaves a spectator with the feeling that it isn't merely high art, it's also the most just outcome. Barcelona's 3-1 victory over Manchester United in the Champions League final at Wembley will resonate ...

Questions over Yemeni democracy
The truce announced on May 27 by the opposition leader Sadiq al-Ahmar highlights the strength of the forces ranged against supporters of democracy in Yemen. The immediate cause of the five days of fighting, in which over 100 died in the ...

Leader Page Articles
The case of the missing BJP
By Vidya Subrahmaniam

Two years into its second term, the Congress looks bruised and battered. But the BJP has done nothing to exploit the situation.

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SOUTH ASIA HANDS
India and the U.S. moving closer on Afghanistan?
By Teresita and Howard Schaffer

The U.S. and India are getting more interested in negotiations with the Afghan Taliban. Their evolving policies could benefit from closer U.S.-India consultations, and from backchannel India-Pakistan talks on Afghanistan.

The next 90 days in Nepal
By Prashant Jha

Nepali parties cannot afford to waste a single day if they wish to make the Constitiuent Assembly's term extension meaningful. The Maoists have to implement their promises.

U.S. engages with an iron leader in Equatorial Guinea
By Adam Nossiter

While the United States has turned its back on some authoritarian rulers in North Africa and the Middle East, its attitude toward strategically placed autocrats in less restive corners of Africa is more ambiguous, and perhaps nowhere more so ...

Corrections and Clarifications
The first paragraph of the Online and Off Line column, “RTE Act: combating the lethargy in implementation” (May 30, 2011), made a reference to the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2010. The year should ...

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