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ECO Summit in Tehran: Iran Axis of Regional Interactions
Saturday, March 14, 2009
The presence of high-level officials and heads of ECO member states in Tehran, in addition to reiterating the role and status of Iran in the organization is a firm proof that efforts by certain Western countries to impose political isolation on IRI in the domain of foreign relations have been thwarted.
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Tehran-Baghdad Strategic Alliance
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Tehran and Baghdad exchange a political-economic delegation almost every week. This more than any other thing demonstrates the resolve of the two countries to fully mend bilateral relations and lay a quick foundation for a new and permanent relationship. This new beginning in Tehran-Baghdad relations is taking place in the most complicated conditions possible. Two opposite poles in the region until six years ago, Iran and Iraq are now very close friends in the Middle East region.
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Unity the Most Important Need of Palestinians!
Saturday, March 14, 2009
The current structure of the Palestinian society has been severely crippled due to political division. In view of the needs and basic priorities particularly reconstruction of the Gaza Strip and to meet the demands of the Palestinian nation in the negotiations, national reconciliation seems to be the only way to save Palestine.
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A Sign ICC Getting Politicized
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Except for a handful of Western governments which have displayed a silence of satisfaction or voiced explicit support for the ruling, members of a number of major international organizations such as the Arab League, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the African Union, and the Non-Aligned Movement who comprise two thirds of the United Nations member states, have challenged the legitimacy and effectiveness of the Hague ruling.
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ICC’s Controversial Verdict
Sunday, March 8, 2009
It should be recalled here that ICC verdict was issued at the time when Sudan in the near future will hold its important elections and Al-Bashir, as the representative of the Islamist political current, continues to be the superior force present on the scene.
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Arabs, Iran and the Question of Palestine
Saturday, March 7, 2009
When part of your motherland is returned to you as though they are doing you a favor and while it is already obvious that the Israelis would be dominant and superior, could you call this a state and could you describe living under such conditions -- life?
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When Will Gaza Be Built?
Saturday, March 7, 2009
It seems that the diminishing outlook dominant in Sharm el-Sheikh would not only fail to help reconstruction of Gaza but by supporting a certain current it would further fan the flames of differences between the Palestinian groups.
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Will Karzai’s Decree Be Implemented?
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Afghan President Hamid Karzai in a four-point decree has assigned the Independent Election Commission in the country to hold the presidential elections by April this year before the end of his term. Some political activists find the decree issued by Karzai contradictory to Article 44 of the constitution.
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Real Motive
Monday, March 2, 2009
The plain truth is that America will eventually set up military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan whether their governments like it or not. After all, power equations in the Middle East have always been married to oil and consumer markets.
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Historic Opportunity
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Palestinian factions led by Fatah and Hamas, after a long period of dispute, signed the first reconciliatory agreement in Cairo on Feb. 26. It is expected that this accord helps overcome all differences and grudges and its fruition would become evident in a national unity Palestinian government. It has been agreed that this government would be established toward the end of March.
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