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Monday, April 07, 2003
A dangerous doctrine
THE VAJPAYEE GOVERNMENT is playing with fire by claiming the right to invoke the doctrine of pre-emption, as enunciated by George W. Bush. In the India-Pakistan context such tactics make little sense militarily, diplomatically or politically and ...
Pulling down the past
THE TAMIL NADU Government's decision to flatten Chennai's first women's college in order to assign itself a new Secretariat complex smacks of secrecy, insensitivity and short-sightedness. Secrecy and lack of transparency because the decision was ...
Leader Page Articles
India's stand on Iraq
By K. K. Katyal
Those in India who feel Washington may be annoyed if New Delhi favours a U.N. role (in Iraq after the war) need not worry. There will be voices in the U.S., and more so in the U.K., supporting a role for the world body.
The changes in China - I
By P. S. Suryanarayana
The future of China will depend on how it manages a gigantic process of economic change.
Posture cannot be policy
By Kuldip Nayar
I can appreciate the rationale behind the Government's stand that it will have no dialogue with Pakistan until it stops cross-border terrorism. This low-level war, initiated by the ISI under Zia-ul-Haq and perfected under Pervez. Musharraf, is ...
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