Articles by Bill Tarrant



Sell-Offs Shake Global Markets

  • 05 September 02
  • Reuters
A global equities sell-off gathered momentum in Asia on Wednesday after gloomy manufacturing data from the United States deepened fears that the locomotive of the world economy was running out of steam.

India, Pakistan Cool War Rhetoric

  • 10 June 02
  • Reuters
Nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan have toned down their war rhetoric ahead of a visit this week by U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who will renew international efforts to avert conflict in South Asia.

Diplomacy Gives Hope in Kashmir Conflict

  • 07 June 02
  • Reuters
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf declared Thursday he would not start a war with India as diplomacy appeared to be making some headway in averting war between the nuclear-armed foes.

Koreas Talks Aid South's MDP Bid

Seoul Says Economic Ties With North Need Treaty

North Korea Marks Founder's Death

Kim Jr. May Push North Korea to Table

Southeast Asia and Europe Question Future of Talks

Asia-Pacific Nations Agree On Plan to Open Markets