Leading from the Back — Obama’s approach to Libya shows that “multilateralism can serve American interests,” argues Romesh Ratnesar in his weekly column for TIME.
India’s Future — The FT compares India to Russia, arguing that world’s largest democracy is sinking into crony capitalism.
Counterpoint — In the Guardian, George Monbiot explains why the crisis at Fukushima Daiichi has turned him into a nuclear power fan.
Prisoners of War — The four journalists released by Libyan authorities yesterday share their story with the New York Times. There are still 13 journalists in custody, notes the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Heroines — In the Globe and Mail, Stephanie Nolan shows how affirmative-action quotas mandating the presence of women in local government has changed India’s countryside.
Just Because — Author Junot Diaz writes a (rather lovely) love letter to Tokyo.