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  • Mary Dejevsky: Give the voters in Zimbabwe their chance to vote
    Wednesday, 6 March 2002

    Internal linksSoldiers 'forced to vote for Mugabe'Anne McElvoy: Mr Blair has plenty of style, but where's the substance? "The people of Zimbabwe go to the polls this weekend." To anyone who has been even half-following developments in southern Afr...

  • Peter Popham: The myth of Ram's temple has become a licence to kill in India
    Tuesday, 5 March 2002

    India is a big country, and it is usually big-hearted enough not to betray signs of being bothered by what we Delhi-based foreign correspondents write. So it was a rare event when, nearly a year ago, I was politely summoned to the office of Raminder ...

  • I feel sorry for these scapegoats
    Tuesday, 5 March 2002

    On Sunday night, having fallen out with the majority of an audience of 700 wonderfully disputatious Jews, I stayed up late watching television to allow my heightened adrenaline levels to settle. On Channel 4 they were showing the weekend's footb...

  • Denis MacShane: Another vote of confidence for a global community
    Tuesday, 5 March 2002

    Referendums work. Votes by the Swiss people and the majority of their cantons to enter the United Nations mark an historic victory for two reasons. It is a clear Yes to the United Nations as that imperfect but more than ever necessary organisatio...

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