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    Government without credibility
    IRAQ'S NEW PRESIDENT and Prime Minister have taken up their posts, but this is not to be confused with either legitimate or effective self-government. It took over two months from January 30, the date of the election, for parliament to complete ...

    Another road to damnation
    IN A HOPELESS situation, the Congress high command has chosen to expel K. Muraleedharan, former president of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee and son of ex-Chief Minister K. Karunakaran. Ignoring Mr. Muraleedharan's continued attacks on the ...

    Leader Page Articles
    The question of Arab unity and reform?
    By Hamid Ansari

    The challenge to the Arab citizen is manifold. Domestically, neo-patriarchy and authoritarianism has to make way for participatory governance. Regionally, the being and becoming of Arabness has to be clearly demarcated.

    News Analysis
    NEWS ANALYSIS
    For a programme-based alternative
    By K.V. Prasad

    Prakash Karat is the second youngest general secretary in the history of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). A day after he took over, he spelt out his goals in an exclusive interaction withThe Hindu. One clear task is to strengthen the party in the Hindi-speaking regions.

    Alienating even supporters
    By Kalpana Sharma

    Some recent decisions of the Maharashtra Government have gone against its natural constituency.

    Sending a dangerous nuclear message
    By Richard Norton-Taylor

    Contradictory U.S. and British nuclear proliferation policies will lead other states to conclude that nuclear weapons earn respect and deter attack.

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