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Sweet Taste of High Election Turnout and Majority Vote
Monday, June 8, 2009
Active ImagePresidential elections will be held next Friday to elect the tenth president of the Islamic Republic of Iran. People, especially the youth, are showing special enthusiasm to take part in the polls and it is expected to be a new page in political and social developments of Iran.
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A Different Election
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Active ImageWith Just days left to Iran’s 10th presidential election which would be held on June 12th, the country is experiencing an exciting and enthusiastic atmosphere. At daytime, under the skin of everyday life, there are lots of hot discussions about the election.
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Obama’s Address: A Point of View
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Active ImageObama’s speech is an undeniable turning point. But the most important part of the story is to put these words into action. If Obama fails to put these words into action he would be unable to create a change in the outlook and more importantly the “mentality” and “perception” of the people of the region towards the US.
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A Momentous Day In Lebanon’s History
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Active ImageThe Lebanese parliamentary election is held today. All observers believe the momentous event marks a turning point in the country’s political configuration.
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Iran Returns to Afghanistan
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Active ImageDue to their security and economic ties, regional countries are more in need of security interactions than any time before. The role of the Islamic Republic of Iran, as a powerful regional state having long borders with Afghanistan and Pakistan, has not been ignored by US politicians.
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New Chapter
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Active ImageUS President Barack Obama spoke of start of a new chapter in the relationship between the US and Islamic world in his speech at Cairo University on Thursday. Obama’s compromising remarks have received a mixed reaction.
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The Fall of the United Nations
Monday, June 1, 2009
Active ImageIn fact, the secretary-general should reform that structure if he wants to defend his lofty position. Being secretary-general of the United Nations means to be situated between two forces. On the one side, there are big powers which are not ready to work with the UN and, on the other side; there are smaller powers which consider its current structure ineffective.
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Vacuum of a Strategy
Monday, June 1, 2009
Active ImageFor some days now the pivotal point of discussions among regional diplomats is the upcoming tour of US President Barack Obama to Cairo and Riyadh during which he is expected to outline America’s mode of interaction with Islamic states.
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Cooperation Triangle versus Talibanism
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Active ImageIn the midst of the fighting between the Pakistani Army and the Taliban insurgents, Tehran played host to the presidents of its eastern neighbors, namely Pakistan and Afghanistan. 
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Fearmongering and US Foreign Policy: Interest, Industry, Orientation
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Active ImageThe fear industry put Iran into its agenda in the last year of the Bush administration and made hype against war on Iran. The coming to office of Barack Obama dealt a blow on those involved in the fear industry. This, however, did not mean the end of their activity. After initial withdrawal, the people and institutions, whose economic life as well as political and social identity depend on the flourishing of the fear industry, are trying to reinstate the old fears which had not been used.
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