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Tuesday, February 25, 2003
The budget and economic reform
THE CONNECTION BETWEEN the budget exercise and economic reform is stronger than what is generally realised. While economic orthodoxy would shun any interpretation of the budget document beyond what it is a statement of Government receipts ...
Non-proliferation in East Asia
THE U.S. SECRETARY of State, Colin Powell, has the unenviable task of persuading East Asian allies to take a coordinated approach towards the goal of ending North Korea's efforts to acquire a nuclear weapons capability at a time when Washington ...
Leader Page Articles
Hindutva and ethnicity
By Gail Omvedt
The antagonism to conversion rests on an ideological foundation which takes ethnicity, that is a presumed community of blood and heritage, as central.
Food first or trade first?
By Vandana Shiva
Trade liberalisation cannot set the determining framework for how food is produced and how agriculture is organised.
Help the poor by cutting red tape
By James D. Wolfensohn
This week in Rome, Ministers and senior officials from 26 developing nations and representatives of the international aid community will meet to find ways to better coordinate their efforts to reduce poverty. The challenge is to maximise every ...
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