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Why talk to the LTTE?
In four years, the peace process in Sri Lanka has weathered several body blows aimed at it by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam — as it went about extracting maximum advantage from four years of no-war. In the changed situation following ...

Intimations of greatness
Sometimes in sport the cinders of an incandescent future are evident in the grey ashes of defeat. And so they are in the failure of Michelle Wie to become the first woman to play in the U.S. Open — one of golf's most prestigious ...

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A regional grouping spreads its wings
By Pallavi Aiyar

Whether one sees it as a forum for regional cooperation and stability or as a new military alliance along the lines of NATO, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation today is an international body of considerable weight.

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The perils of dissent in U.S. universities
By Hamid Ansari

The quest for sanity should begin by undoing thought-control devices such as the Campus Watch in American universities.

Ignore young people's protests at your peril
By Gary Younge

Forget nostalgia for 1968 — youth activists today have real political savvy, and they are making their governments listen.

What would life be like without all that IT?
By Andrew Shanahan

Without modern technology it would be peaceful, but what would we do all day?

Corrections and clarifications
A few readers say that the heading "Karat terms diversionary move to cut tax on oil in Congress-ruled States" (June 11, 2006) is clumsy. It should have been "Karat terms move to cut tax on oil in Congress-ruled States diversionary". One reader ...

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