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Pragati November 2008: The Sri Lanka dilemma

Contents

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

PERSPECTIVE

Don’t abandon the Tiger

A Sinhala-dominated Sri Lanka is not in India’s interests

T S Gopi Rethinaraj

The moment of truth on the LTTE

The decimation of the Tamil Tigers is a good thing

Subramanian Swamy

Tuning a new balance

China’s military transformation and the implications for India

Arun Sahgal

Looking back at Amarnath

India must seize the opportunity that has come in the wake of the crisis

Raja Karthikeya Gundu

IN DEPTH

The strategic imprint of India’s presence

A discussion on strategic affairs with Jaswant Singh

Nitin Pai & Prashant Kumar Singh

ROUNDUP

In tandem: military and civil bureaucracy

Differentiating military advisors and military commanders

Sushant K Singh & Rohit Pradhan

Faith in the system

The state must not restrict religious freedoms

Rohit Pradhan & Harsh Gupta

Rajiv Gandhi’s last manifesto

The Congress Party must rediscover its 1991 vision

V Anantha Nageswaran

The end of financial capitalism: what now?

Competent economic management has become all the more important

Mukul G Asher

BOOKS

Not a moment of boredom

Reviews of Pallavi Aiyar’s Smoke and Mirrors and Praveen Swami’s I_ndia, Pakistan and the Secret Jihad_

Nitin Pai

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