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Wednesday, Dec 01, 2021
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Bull's Eye

Moral outrage over the US' arbitrary use of military power in Iraq can wait. India must first safeguard its own interests. America is seeking to impose ...

Bull's Eye
Bull's Eye
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However deplorable American methods to implement this, the objective is not entirely devoid of merit. Many boundaries in Asia are the legacy of colonialism. Imperialist powers carving out spheres of influence disregarded local sentiments to draw international boundaries.

At their Belfast meeting, Bush and Blair decided to put Kashmir high on the list of problems to be addressed by them. They apprised France of their talks. They will presumably seek UN cooperation. It would not be difficult to persuade the world that an explosive dispute between two nuclear nations must be speedily resolved. In the event, has the Indian government formulated contingency plans?

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