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Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Avoid the 'peacekeeping' trap
FOUR MONTHS INTO their high-tech war against Iraq, the United States and its junior partner, the United Kingdom, are beginning to realise that the ground beneath their occupying boots is nothing but quicksand. This realisation is dawning on the ...
Attack on panchayati raj
A LITTLE OVER a decade after the 73rd and 74th Amendments to the Constitution were enacted, the dream of panchayati raj is turning sour. While in a few States West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh are notable examples elections have been ...
Leader Page Articles
Beyond the Iraq decision
By Harish Khare
India's "no troops" decision suggests that the creeping "American veto" in our internal affairs is not irreversible.
New masters, old spies?
By Neela Banerjee & Douglas Jehl
Has the U.S. moved to resurrect parts of the former Iraqi intelligence service, with the branch that monitors Iran among the top priorities?
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