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  • The jury is still out on Burmese President Thein Sein, but as a military man and junta leader who has so far initiated some important reforms, he may well have set out on the same trajectory as Gorbachev and de Klerk.

    John Feffer: Assad and the Cult of Personality

  • F.W. de Klerk was not only an architect of apartheid but widely considered one of the more conservative National Party members, until he changed his mind, his party, and along with Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress, all of South Africa.

    John Feffer: Assad and the Cult of Personality

  • The lesson of Gandhi at Lancashire and Mandela meeting De Klerk must not be confused with abandoning your own principles to appease an opponent.

    Ben Brandzel: Rally to Restore Satyagraha?

  • F.W. de Klerk was not only an architect of apartheid but widely considered one of the more conservative National Party members, until he changed his mind, his party, and along with Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress, all of South Africa.

    John Feffer: Assad and the Cult of Personality

  • De Klerk was the newly elected president, wanting to size up the legendary opposition leader who posed the greatest threat to his government's survival.

    Ben Brandzel: Rally to Restore Satyagraha?

  • Three months after their first conversation, De Klerk shocked even his own cabinet by announcing the official end of Apartheid.

    Ben Brandzel: Rally to Restore Satyagraha?

  • "In the medium term, I think the market will be focusing on the start of the Center-South crop in Brazil rather this half-million tons of Indian exports," said Peter de Klerk , a senior analyst at U.K. sugar-trade house Czarnikow.

    Sugar Futures Fall as India Exports More

  • Mr. de Klerk said India's exports will likely be sent to regional markets, such as Bangladesh, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

    Sugar Futures Fall as India Exports More

  • Similarly, policy on South Africa was rendered null and void by De Klerk's February 1990 speech.

    Letters: Ground rules for coalition governments

  • He spoke to De Klerk of the long history of Afrikaans mistreatment by the British, culminating in the concentration camps of the Boer war.

    Ben Brandzel: Rally to Restore Satyagraha?

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