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FRONTLINE/World
Apr 11, 2018

New equations
A European power joins the efforts of countries such as the United States and Japan to convert India into a regional military counterweight to China. By JOHN CHERIAN

FRONTLINE/World
Apr 10, 2018

Wounds of the world
Excerpts from the Nadim Makdisi Memorial Lecture at the American University of Beirut on March 14, 2018. By VIJAY PRASHAD

FRONTLINE/World
Apr 10, 2018

Toxic legacy
The U.S. invasion of Iraq, which started 15 years ago in March 2003, has resulted in untold damage, death and displacement and triggered a global refugee crisis, but Washington seems determined not to learn its lesson. By JOHN CHERIAN

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 28, 2018

Mahathir's challenge
The opposition puts up a spirited campaign under former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed's leadership, but it is an uphill task with the majority of Malays likely to support Prime Minister Najib Razak. By JOHN CHERIAN

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 27, 2018

Trump and his tariffs
China is the rhetorical target of U.S. President Donald Trump's new tariff policy on aluminium and steel, even though Chinese firms export neither aluminium nor steel to the U.S. BY Vijay Prashad

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 27, 2018

Ascent of Iran
Iran has gained geopolitically from the U.S.-triggered turmoil in West Asia, and its arc of influence has been expanding considerably. By JOHN CHERIAN

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 27, 2018

War of nerves
The U.K. government's investigation into the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter has so far raised more questions than answers, but that has not stopped the U.K. and its main Western allies from ramping up the rhetoric against Russia. By VIDYA RAM in London

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 14, 2018

'India is too important for Nepal'
Interview with Kanak Mani Dixit, Nepali publisher, writer and editor. By R.K. RADHAKRISHNAN

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 14, 2018

Cold reception
The manner in which the Indian government handled Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's recent visit and flagged the contentious "Khalistan issue" has left both Canadians and influential sections of the Sikh community in India unhappy. By JOHN CHERIAN

FRONTLINE/World
Mar 14, 2018

Hell on earth
The tragic unravelling of Syria continues as the war there enters its eighth year. The country is impoverished, its economy is in disarray and its public finances are eviscerated. When the war ends, the reconstruction of infrastructure and society will be difficult. By VIJAY PRASHAD

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