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Saturday, November 16, 2002
Smooth transition in China
A REMARKABLY TENSION-FREE handing over of power at the highest echelons of its leadership has perhaps been the most significant achievement notched up by the Communist Party of China (CPC) at its Sixteenth Congress. Jiang Zemin who has led China ...
Moving forward with the Bofors trial
WITH THE REJECTION by the Special Court of the petition by the Hinduja brothers seeking their discharge, the Bofors case has reached a decisive stage. The Special Court verdict has nullified the concerted attempts by the Hinduja brothers to ...
Leader Page Articles
India and the Security Council
By Chinmaya R.Gharekhan
It would be a mistake to think that an active desire to secure a non-permanent seat would adversely affect our quest for a permanent seat.
Rise of the AKP in Turkey
By Arshi Khan
The main campaign focus of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) was on economic issues and not religious matters... This struck a chord with the voters who were disappointed with the established parties.
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