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There is a curious contrast in India’s willingness to expand its military involvement in faraway Sierra Leone while insisting no Indian jawan will be sent to fight in a war just 14 miles off the Indian coastline. A hardnosed sense of national security would seem to call for reversing these policies. Quasi-tribal conflicts in Africa deserve only lip service. Instead, New Delhi should be using every weapon in its arsenal to influence the course of events in the war next door. After all, the Sri Lankan conflagration threatens to spread refugees and ethnic unrest to India. Instead, New Delhi is stoutly defending the Indian officer in charge of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Sierra Leone and dispat