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Democracy on trial

What the persecution of political rivals means for the Maldivian democracy

| Apr 17, 2015

Contemptible justice

The excessive power the Indian judiciary wields in respect of contempt is a way of shielding itself from legitimate criticism.

| Aug 01, 2003

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