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Finally got around to your reading your blog. Loved the concept of a Chekovian tragedy - though about it for longer than I should have, considering that I am currently in office.

On another note, your Israeli friend's comment (patience and tolerance amidst all the pushing and shoving) reminded me of Thomas Friedman's recent article: India, he said, always looks as if it is boiling on the surface, but underneath it is very stable because of a 50-year-old democratic foundation. China looks very stable on the surface, but underneath it is actually boiling - an overheated economy under a tightly sealed political lid.
No apparent connection, just thought it was a good observation too.

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