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The power of weakness
When the history of modern international relations is written, perhaps one paradoxical lesson will stand out: we often overestimate the power of power. This lesson is brought home in a variety of ways. There are the dramatic instances of small states...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A case for reforms
Sir ' One wonders which is more intriguing among the facts pertaining to the St Kitts forgery case ...  | Read.. 
 
Questions without answers
Sir ' While Veerappan's death was welcome news, the whole episode raises more questions than it ans ...  | Read.. 
 
Beauty bane
Sir ' Aishwarya Rai makes it to the front pages no matter what she does. The world premiere of the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOT YET FREE
The Reserve Bank of India's mid-term review of annual policy is along expected lines, at least for macro indicators of growth...| Read.. 
 
GENERAL FIX-IT
Mr Pervez Musharraf likes making a mark. But the president of Pakistan never does so without a purpose, even if the purpose a...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
I don't think I said that
They call it 'misstatement'. The president of the United States does not lie when he says, as he did during his last debate w...  | Read.. 
OPED
Round and round they go, endlessly
The NSCN(I-M) leaders' acceptance of the invitation to visit New Delhi later this year is a reason for worry more than it is one for optimism regarding the progress of the neg...  | Read.. 
 
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