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America’s poodles
Nothing could be more simplistic than the hope that west Asia, with its deep-seated political grievances, simmering anger and religious passions, can be won over by the promise of a free trade agreement with the United States of America by 2013. This...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Country wise
Sir — On the one hand Britain teams up with the United States of America and accuses France of bein ...  | Read.. 
 
Full stop
Sir — Though around 40 million of the workforce struck work on May 21, it is doubtful that the left ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The fact that just a minority of the eunuchs we see are natural born eunuchs is perhaps the l ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BECAUSE IT IS THERE
Despite human endeavour and courage, in a profound philosophical sense Everest remains unconquered...| Read.. 
 
A DIFFERENT VIEW OF THINGS
Most Arab leaders and media are unwilling to reassess their views of the war, but Barry Rubin thinks some may yet cons...| Read.. 
 
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There is a wicked inclination in most people to suppose an old man decayed in his intellects. If a young or middle-aged man, when leaving a company, does not recollect where he laid his hat, it is nothing; but if the same intention is discovered in an old man, people will shrug up their shoulders, and say, ‘His memory is going.’ — SAMUEL JOHNSON