The Neighbourhood/World
Taliban strikes again - Pioneer
The recent judgement by the Supreme Court to settle the decades-old fight between States of Punjab and Haryana over the Sutlej Yamuna Link (SYL) canal is welcome. The apex court while striking down the Punjab Government’s law on SYL, said that it is unconstitutional for it to terminate a water-sharing agreement with other States.
Trump's Brexit - Surendra Kumar, Mail Today
On the eve of elections in India, political parties routinely accuse each other of politicising and polarising certain issues of public interest to gain political advantage. But in the US, polarisation and divisive factors seldom decisively tilt the result of the Presidential race.
The excesses of US elections - Mail Today
US presidential elections tend to be a spectacle, but the current one featuring Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton surpasses all previous elections as a political extravaganza. Anyone believing in the virtues of democracy as a political system would be assailed by doubts when observing the excesses of the Trump and Hillary show.
An easy win for Hillary Clinton - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
On November 8, the US votes for a president in an election that can best be described as bizarre. Both candidates are disliked and it is alleged that this makes the election difficult to forecast. Complicating projections further is the likelihood of a considerable presence of the “lying factor” in opinion polls.
Syria cauldron: US-Russia distrust preventing resolution - Nalin Mahapatra, Pioneer
When the Syrian war was at a climax in the mid-2015, many hoped that the crisis may lead to a “New Cold War”. However after some initial hiccups, two major powers (Russia and the US) agreed that there needs to be a “rapprochement” from all the parties to end the conflicting situation. However, the expectation was belied after one year. The two Cold War adversaries are at loggerheads over the Syrian question.
Dump Donald Trump, for humanity’s sake - TK Arun, Economic Times
The world grows ever more interdependent, yet the world’s governance structures remain insularly national. This asymmetry between nationally determined governance decisions and their transnational impact, without the affected peoples having a say on the decisions shaping their lives, is a problem that democracy has to confront, in the era of globalisation.
Panama papers leaks: Pakistan Supreme Court orders probe against PM Nawaz Sharif - Times of India
In a setback for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif+ , the Pakistan's Supreme Court+ on Tuesday ordered a probe into the Panama papers scandal involving corruption allegations against the family of the beleaguered premier.
Imran Khan is at it again - Pioneer
Imran Khan, the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), has called for a protest meet in Islamabad on November 2 against the governing dispensation led by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. To the chagrin of many there, Imran Khan has unapologetically formed alliances with religious and militant organisations.
Some nations need bitter pill - Ishaan Saxena, Pioneer
At the very onset of this piece, let me make it abundantly clear that I am no Right-wing chest-thumping patriot. I am an apolitical but rational observer.  As far as I can remember, I have always eschewed hawkish rhetoric and observed the minutiae of international relations with enduring patience and a degree of pragmatism.
Donald Trump's children depend on his brand – and he's driving that brand into the gutter - Jim Antle, Telegraph
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has likely been undone by his crude talk and even worse alleged actions toward women. But the woman Trump cares about most may be collateral damage.
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