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Friday, April 30, 2004
WTO STRIKE AGAINST FARM SUBSIDIES
THE PROVISIONAL RULING by a World Trade Organisation judicial panel that the current volume of U.S. subsidies to cotton farmers is illegal in international trade law has implications that go far beyond the interests of Brazil, the complainant in ...
THE CRISIS IN NEPAL
KING GYANENDRA OF Nepal has only himself to blame for the suspicion with which the country's democratic parties have treated his offer of negotiations to end the present political standoff in Kathmandu. Since the beginning of April, an alliance ...
Leader Page Articles
"Continuity in India-Sri Lanka ties"
By Amit Baruah
"The best thing that has happened in Sri Lankan politics is the convergence of wishes and intentions on the part of all parties that relations with India should be maintained at a special level of excellence."
Fiction's triumph over truth
By Sidney Blumenthal
For those who backed Bush over war in Iraq, the idea of proof has shifted from fact to fervour.
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