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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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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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