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Pragati May 2008: Towards liberal nationalism

Issue 14 - Apr 2008

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Issue Contents


Liberals, culture and nationalism Ravikiran S Rao

An opportunity exists for a new politics

Changing the broken wheel Raj Cherubal

The secular-right must champion economic freedom

Towards that heaven of freedom” Gautam Bastian

A free nation of free citizens

Out of court Rohit Pradhan, Shashi Shekhar & Mukul Asher

Carry on the battle, but respect the court’s verdict


India as a rising great power; climate change and national security; India-Iran relations; to the brink; and trade across the Line of Control


The new currency of power Nitin Pai & Aruna Urs

A discussion on strategic affairs with K Subrahmanyam


Use the Tibet card Zorawar Daulet Singh

To settle the India-China dispute

Consensus must endure Dinesh Wagle

Maoists have the upper hand in the construction of the republic

Bottom-up dynamics Sushant K Singh

What attracts Africa to India and how it can be strengthened

Pressed by inflation Gulzar Natarajan

Easing supply bottlenecks is the right way to go


Memories of 1971 Amardeep Singh

A review of Tahmima Anam’s A Golden Age

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