Editorials

Editorials
The non-Maoist coalition repudiates an agreement that saved Nepal from a constitutional crisis.
A five-year-long battle against the POSCO project in Orissa is now at the crossroads.
The global upsurge of anger at Israel's criminality may turn its military victories into political defeats.
After a sputter in 2008-09, growth in the Indian economy has revived, but what of the many imbalances?
It will be a miracle if any of the rich-and-powerful Bhopal accused ever go to jail.
South Africa wants to use the football World Cup to mark the beginning of a new era, but who is using whom?
The aspirations for a "Greater Nagalim" and the Manipuri determination to maintain current boundaries make for a rock and a hard place.
The Red Shirts' movement has been crushed, but the roots of the political crisis in Thailand run deep.
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico exposes the risks of ignoring safety regulations in offshore oil drilling.

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