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Stumbling in Iran’s Footsteps
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Active ImagePresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech at the United Nations conference on racism prompted not only a walkout of delegates but an international uproar. Accused of presenting a speech that served to divide and incite rather than find constructive solutions to racism, the president was impugned for failing to appreciate that Israel is the ‘guarantor of right and freedoms’. Let us give some perspective to this internationally-orchestrated spectacle.
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Iran and Russia: Allies or Rivals in Global Energy Space?
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Active ImageIran and Russia are two important countries in global equations each of which leaves its impact on the global energy space. Russia which is nuclear armed and holds the veto power in the UN Security Council is still regarded one of the most powerful countries in the world. Iran which enjoys a prominent geopolitical status in the geostrategic Middle East region and in the Muslim world, is regarded a regional hegemonic power with global influence.
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Netanyahu Face to Face with Obama!
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Active ImageWhile Obama keeps underlining a settlement to the Middle East crisis through formation of an independent Palestinian state and makes a commitment in this respect, the Zionist regime openly states that it would not allow creation of such a state. Tel Aviv says the maximum it can do is to forge an "economic peace" with an aim to improve the living conditions of the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.
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A Gifted Forum
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
From among all UN conferences the anti-racism meeting should be viewed as an exception. Even if this conference is boycotted by some western powers it is respected by the comity of nations.
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Durban II No-Shows Won’t Be Missed
Monday, April 20, 2009
The Durban Review Conference is being held at the UN European headquarters in Geneva from April 20 to 24 to evaluate progress toward the goals set by the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance held in Durban, South Africa in 2001.
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Revisiting the NPT at 2010
Monday, April 13, 2009
Many countries agree that under current international law Iran has technically done nothing wrong and its nuclear program including its uranium enrichment is perfectly legal. Therefore, it is generally perceived that with the nuclear renaissance on the horizon the decisions about Iran's nuclear case may decisively affect the future of the NPT.
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Helping Iraq's Transition
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Obama administration needs to adopt a new strategy in Iraq. In this strategy, instead of using military forces, more emphasis should be put on political means and tactics. Getting the cooperation of the neighboring countries like Iran and Syria is also a key in resolving the Iraq crisis.
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Netanyahu’s Government and Three Scenarios
Sunday, April 12, 2009
It should be admitted that Palestine is an undeniable reality and this has been accepted even by the United States and some traditional supporters of Israel. Denying this reality by Israel will not change anything.
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Changes in World Geopolitical System with Emphasis on Iran-West Relations
Saturday, April 11, 2009
The new world order perceived by the neocons was a unipolar one which saw the United States at the top of the power pyramid which aimed to dominate political destiny of other nations and introduce a new post-modern form of old colonialistic geopolitics by classifying other nations in lower ranks and within “regional system.”
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Iran's Valuable Asset in Eurasia
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Despite all the efforts made during the recent two decades with an aim to undermine bilateral relations and mutual interests between the Central Asian nations and Iran, the tone of friendship and "convergence" still exists in the outlook of those countries towards Iran.
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