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Monday, October 11, 2004
TRADING IN TROPHIES
TO PROMOTE THE hunting of wildlife for trophies might appear to be reactionary in an era of enlightened conservation but two African nations have successfully proposed to do just that. This happened, of all places, at the Convention on ...
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NOT HOWARD'S END
HAD THE IRAQ war been the only issue in the Australian general election, Prime Minister John Howard might well have lost his bid for another term. Most Australians opposed the decision to join the United States-led coalition in the invasion of ...
"Multilateralism the best solution"
By Amit Baruah
SERGEI LAVROV looks and sounds more like a professor than a diplomat. In an exclusive interview to The Hindu, the Russian Foreign Minister spelt out his country's stand on Chechnya and its differences with the West on the issue. He was clear that ...
Kerry must learn from Reagan
By Tristram Hunt
Mr. Kerry's challenge is to link the $200 billion expenditure on Iraq to faltering economic confidence at home.
Oil pricing scheme review necessary
By Sushma Ramchandran
NEW DELHI, OCT. 10. Oil prices and inflationary pressures have become a key concern of the Government with the price of crude oil reaching $53 a barrel in world markets last week. The Government is struggling to keep oil prices down to contain ...
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