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Friday, September 12, 2003
A cloud over Korea
EAST ASIA MIGHT have to deal with a very dire situation if the multilateral effort to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapon programme does not succeed. Representatives of the United States, China, Russia, South Korea and Japan met ...
Learning from Columbia
ON FEBRUARY 1 this year, as it was descending to land and only about a quarter of an hour from the end of its mission, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke up in the skies over the United States. All seven astronauts on board, including Kalpana ...
Leader Page Articles
India and the war on terror
By C. Raja Mohan
Rather than bank on international cooperation, India will have to develop its own means to vacate the threat of terrorism.
Images that promote fear
By Kalpana Sharma
An event-driven media on both sides of the border does its job by reporting only the most sensational news. As a result, it fails to play a role in building greater understanding.
The crisis of governance
By Inder Malhotra
The National Security Advisory Board yes, it is still around and soldiering on is currently working on governance, the appalling quality of which is arguably this country's most serious problem. The NSAB has, in fact, submitted to ...
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