Monthly Archives: May 2011

Matters of Policy

The four-state people’s verdict has thrown up some crucial policy pointers to our leaders engaged in the business of politics. First, corruption and corrupt practices while being in public life, beyond a tolerable limit, cannot be justified as a compulsion … Continue reading

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Bin Ladenism and India

A New Policy strategy Needed For AfPak Belt India need not have knee-jerk reactions to post-Osama bin Laden developments in the AfPak belt. It must conduct itself as a mature democratic nation keeping in view its larger national objectives. It … Continue reading

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Post-Osama Global Setting: Challenges & Opportunities

Until recently , through his acts of reckless terrorism, Osama bin Laden was the single most destabilizing factor in the international arena. He gave a shattering blow to the American commercial hub and reduced New York’s magnificent twin towers to … Continue reading

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