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Russia: Center of Paradox in US Foreign Policy
Monday, May 11, 2009
Active ImageThe level and manner of ties with Russia is of first degree importance in the US foreign policy because it carries within itself a 70-year old history of making alternatives of two totally different politico-economic systems, five decades of cold war, three decades of transition in essence and shape of the legal system, etc.
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Fear of Arabs over Change, Interaction
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Active ImageAt a time that all Middle East actors have failed to present a new strategy and plan to resolve the regional conflicts, leaders of the Resistance Front in their important meeting in Damascus have offered new strategies.
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The Taliban Reincarnated
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Active ImageAfter Taliban's downfall in Afghanistan in 2001, they quickly regrouped and took advantage of mistakes and inaction of American and NATO forces for eradicating the root causes leading to the emergence of the Taliban. As a consequence, there are now worrying signs of Taliban's resurrection in Pakistan. The two Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan are busily spreading their influence while aiming to take control of the governments in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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President Obama: 100 Days in Office
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Active ImageIn a macro glance, Barack Obama has acted more effectively in his first 100 days in office compared to other US presidents and has drawn out a changed personality. Would he be able to change the United States in the next 100 days ahead of him? Practical realities and challenges will answer this question!
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The Persian Gulf Is Its Real Name, Forever
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Active ImageThe Persian Gulf is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula. Historically and internationally it is only recognized as the Persian Gulf.
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Persian Gulf, a Lasting Name
Monday, May 4, 2009
Active ImagePersian Gulf has been used since past centuries to call the gulf which stands between Iran and Arabian peninsula. Despite controversies which have existed since 1960s, it has been called Persian Gulf since that time and the name is still used in official correspondence. However, some Arab countries have been using a forged name in recent years. Persian Gulf is so old that some believe that it is the cradle of human civilization and humankind.
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“Persian Gulf” a Perpetual Name in History
Monday, May 4, 2009
Active ImageApril 30 has been designated as the Persian Gulf Day on the Iranian calendar; a name which can be found in the most ancient historical and geographical texts of the world.
Despite efforts made by colonialist powers to mar that historical fact which have recently targeted the name of the Persian Gulf, Iranians have always stood firm in protection of their historical heritage and the name of Persian Gulf.
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100 Days of Warm-up to Face Future Challenges
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Active ImageFormer US president, Franklin Roosevelt, set a tradition in 1933 according to which every president should test its general policies in the first 100 days in office and brief the Americans with updates on his capabilities. The 100 days is a deadline by the public opinion and the opposition to the new president to fulfill his promises during the election campaign.
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Iran Not Concerned About Increased Russia-US Relations
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Active ImageExchanging tender words between Russia and the United States in recent days has reactuated analysts to the question of whether or not the improvement of relations between Russia and the United States can result in any challenges for Iran.
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Undecided Fate of Iran’s Longest Border
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Active ImageIran’s 1485-km border with Iraq is the longest land border in the country. Implementation of the 1975 Algiers Accord and precise demarcation of joint borders 20 years after the Iraqi war against Iran (1980-88) will help forge a formal and lasting peace between the two neighboring countries and lead to the Iranian people’s trust in the Iraqi government’s goodwill.
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