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Unclenched Fists; Iron Hands
Saturday, February 7, 2009
The first condition for unclenching clenched hands is friendly initiatives. In the absence of cooperative initiatives and without effective participation in the foreign policy domain it would not be possible to go through the critical conditions. Therefore, these fists will remain clenched as long as the US fails to benefit from its cooperative initiatives in reducing executive and operational threats against Iran.
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America, Obama and Iran
Sunday, February 1, 2009
By creating a powerful expert team, Iran can list its rightful demands and dues by relying on strong legal and historical documents in order to turn them into agenda in the future possible direct talks with the US. It is for the Iranian foreign diplomacy machine to skillfully manage this sensitive juncture in history of Iran-US relations.
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Wrong Strategy
Sunday, February 1, 2009
If the nuclear issue is their yardstick for diagnosing Iran’s troubling behavior, the peaceful nature of Tehran’s nuclear program has been verified by the International Atomic Energy Agency. If the criterion for diagnosing troubling behavior is certain domestic American circles, many US behaviors in the world can be termed troubling.
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The Need for US to Change Image
Saturday, January 31, 2009
The Islamic Republic of Iran is the geopolitical heart of the Middle East and any security development in this region would be fruitless if it ignores the behavioral patterns and security policies of Iran. Therefore, Obama should use his resolve and initiative as president in connection with security and strategic issues and necessities of the United States. This also requires reconstruction of the communication pattern with Iran.
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Hamas and Israel: Who Won; Who Lost?
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
With the announcement of a unilateral ceasefire by the Zionist regime and its acceptance by Hamas which ended the 22-day war in Gaza, both Israel and Hamas claim victory. But what is the reality surrounding this battle and its margins?
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Mr. Obama and Expectations of the Muslim World
Monday, January 26, 2009
In this positive climate that has begun with soft words on behalf of Obama and welcomed by the IRI, an opportunity has come up for dialogue and negotiations which could hopefully result in correction of the US policies in the region. Iran should not lose its special place in persuading Obama.
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First Test of Obama National Security Team
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Confidence building will not be possible through reconciliatory literature or diplomatic compliments. Confidence building will occur and be restored when there is a new balance in regional security structure. A climate of instability could not lead to regional stability.  
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Holocaust Card Lost
Saturday, January 24, 2009
European analysts even lay emphasis that the Gaza carnage has created the biggest impasse for the Jewish lobby. Even in the United States, they are faced with serious uncertainty in proceeding with their scheme to influence the policies of the White House.
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Secret Deal for Gaza War Backfires
Sunday, January 18, 2009
After two attacks on the Arabs in 1948 and 1967, which led to the occupation of the Palestinian homeland and some other countries’ territories, the Israeli army acquired its myth of invincibility.
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Inefficiency of International System in Gaza Catastrophe
Saturday, January 17, 2009
All the nations now feel that the UN Security Council is only a tool being used in support of the Zionists. The US and veto power holders at the Security Council were waiting for Israel to declare that its military operations in Gaza had reached their aim so that the Council as the political arm of the Zionists would issue a resolution or statement in line with the Israeli demands.
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