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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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Obama’s New Year Diplomacy
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Obama and his entourage have not analyzed the term ‘change’ in their foreign policy yet. Therefore, as long as the bases of this change and its instances and applicability are not drawn up objectively, one cannot have the least trust in change in the literature of the US officials, even if these people were among the most prominent and distinguished members of the Democratic Party.
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Demand of Reality
Monday, April 6, 2009
Irrespective of whether or not the moves by Obama are a tactical shift or a new strategy, it is clear that after eight years of misled and mindless confrontation of the neocons with Iran the West has come to terms with the reality that continuation of the policy to demonize and isolate Iran is no more an option in the new Middle East.
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When Will the Ice Melt in Iran-US Relations?
Saturday, April 4, 2009
It is hoped that Nowruz which spreads the message of peace, friendship and coexistence throughout the world and even encourages the US president to hail this great Iranian tradition could mark a significant turning point in Tehran-Washington relations based on mutual respect something that both the people of Iran and America want.
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Dimensions of Human Rights and Financial Crisis: Concept of Development Right
Saturday, March 28, 2009
The ongoing financial crisis has left its impacts on all the domains of international relations and this trend is set to continue. It may be no exaggeration to state that there is no country or individual to remain immune to the direct and indirect consequences of the global financial crisis.
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Pakistan: Tragedy Revisited!
Saturday, March 28, 2009
The problem of Pakistan is a fundamental problem. The country which is located in a very strategically sensitive region is apparently still coping with its identity crisis. The extremely deep conflicts between the civil society and demands of the radical groups on the one hand and the failure of the Pakistani politicians in forging relations between the various regions for the sake of national solidarity on the other, is driving Pakistan towards an unsure future where any scenario including renewed disintegration cannot be ruled out.
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60 Years of NATO: Identity and Operational Challenges
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
NATO is still a powerful military alliance in its 60. The organization, which has come into being and thrived as a tool in the service of US hegemony, is now facing operational and identity challenges. Aren’t these challenges reflections of hegemonic challenges faced by the United States in the tumultuous and transitional international system of today?
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The Need for Interaction of Players
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
The new American administration now needs a new strategy under new Iraq in which the role played by Iraq’s influential neighbors is more colorful. Under the new situation where Iraq is regaining its political independence regional interaction should be taken into account as a way to bring the country out of the current crisis.
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Iran: Friend or Foe of Arabs?
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
The Arabs must realize that Iran is a friend and seeks tranquility in the region and that lasting stability will be established in case of non-intervention of foreigners and through collective action and integration of all the regional countries. Arabs should know that Iranians owing to their valuable and ancient civilization would regard it below their dignity to be a cause of instability. Iranians have realized that peaceful coexistence requires peace and friendship with neighbors. And it seems that many Arab nations have come to understand Iran’s status and intentions.
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