We’re back. Thanks for your patience. This week’s web exclusives:
In the lead-up to next week’s Pakistani elections, Ayesha Siddiqa asks if there is any danger of parts of the country’s nuclear arsenal falling into the wrong hands. Look out for more Pakistan coverage next week. As the dust settles after the Rowan Williams sharia row, barrister Thom Dyke suggests that English law is perfectly capable of incorporating an element of sharia—and provides a model for how it could be done. Legal commentator Ian Caplin explains why the proposed lifting of the ban on the use of intercept evidence in British courts is to be welcomed—as long as it’s done in the right way. Phil Zabriskie looks at the life and legacy of Indonesia’s late President Suharto.
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