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MALDIVES: Is Gayoom’s Government getting more autocratic?

Paper no.1195        20. 12. 2004

  by Sucharita Sidhanta

Democratic elections are not merely symbolic…They are competitive, periodic, inclusive definite election in which the chief decision-makers in Government are selected by citizens who enjoy broad freedom to criticize government, to publish their criticism and to present alternatives.” Jean Kirk Patrick 

WITH TURKEY ON HIS MIND –PRESIDENT MUSHARRAF KEEPS ON THE UNIFORM

Paper No. 1147                                                                      19/10/2004

by K. Gajendra Singh. 

LIFE & TIMES OF ARAFAT - Mission Incomplete

Paper No. 1166                                                                              15/11/2004

by K. Gajendra Singh

IRAN’S NUCLEAR AGENDA & RESPONSES

Paper No. 1171                                                                                  23/11/2004

Guest Column-by Gaurang Bhatt 

US Presidential Elections – Hard Choices for Indian Americans

Paper No. 1140                                                             11/10/2004                                

Guest Column-by Hari Sud

KERRY, BUSH & BIN LADEN

Paper No. 1149                                                                                          25/10/2004

by B.Raman

In his election campaign, Senator John Kerry, the Democratic candidate, has been blaming President George Bush for the failure to capture or kill Osama bin Laden during the battle at Tora Bora in Afghanistan towards the end of 2001.

OBL'S TAPE: ONE MORE SPIN IN US PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN?

 

Paper NO. 1155                                                                                           01/11/2004

by B.Raman

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