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Burmese Democracy Leader Faces New Threat
Aung San Suu Kyi has been a prisoner in her own home for years. Now she may lose it after a legal suit brought by her U.S.-based brother
Indian Cease-fire Offer Brings Renewed Hope for Peace in Kashmir
But guerrilla groups call for permanent political settlement
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Fujimori Plans a 'Tell-All' Movie
Peru's former president Alberto Fujimori talks about citizenship, blackmail and his plans for the video recordings of his entire presidency in this web-only exclusive
'Everyone Remembers a Name Like Coco'
Exclusive interview with Asian pop star Coco Lee
T E L E C O M M U N I C A T I O N S
Japanese mobile-phone manufacturers take aim at Nokia and Ericsson in the battle to dominate the coming market for third-generation handsets. Can the Europeans hold the fort?
'People Want to Use the Internet Anywhere, Anytime':
Interview with NTT DoCoMo chief executive officer Keiji Tachikawa
Fast is 3G? Interact with the phones of the future (requires
T H I S W E E K ' S I S S U E
CAMPAIGN 2000: Endgame?
After Florida's controversial ballot recount, Bush holds a 537-vote lead in the state, which could give him the election. But Gore isn't ready to concede, and the battle is moving to the courts
JAPAN: Failed Revolution
Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori clings to power as dissidents in his party finally decide not to back a no-confidence motion
The Perfect Solution to Japan's Leadership Woes:
Tokyo Bureau Chief Tim Larimer knows exactly the man for the job
'Politicians are Afraid of Elections and Losing Votes':
Chief LDP powerbroker Junichiro Koizumi on Mori, Japanese politics, and his own ambitions
INVENTORS & INVENTIONS: Into the 21st Century
The only constant in modern life is change, yet innovation still comes as a surprise. Brilliant discoveries tend to emerge from inspiration mixed with a good deal of serendipity
C O N V E R S A T I O N S
Web-only interviews with South Asia's opinion makers
'The Rest of the Country Can Learn From Us'
Exclusive interview with retired West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu | profile
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THE CULINARY ARTS: Cooking Up a Storm
In the field of food, a few people are radically changing the way we prepare, eat or just drool over dessert