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Why Are Arab Countries Silent?
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
The silence of international community on the question of Palestine shows that these organizations are only tools in the hands of the arrogant powers and instead of restoring the rights of the nations they just carry out the orders of the big powers.
Killing for Votes in Gaza
Monday, December 29, 2008
The relentless attacks on the residents of the Gaza Strip, which have so far led to the martyrdom of about 300 people and hundreds more injured, including women and children, seem to be a show of force by Israeli leaders who are attempting to give the appearance that they are tough on Palestine in order to gain more votes in the upcoming parliamentary election.
Afghanistan: Quagmire of NATO Forces
Sunday, December 28, 2008
Over centuries, Afghanistan has been invaded by global powers time and again but none of the said powers have been able to benefit from their aggression and occupation. Now on the threshold of the 21st century, the US and the NATO member states are repeating the same mistakes but the more they try the less they achieve.
Bush’s Legacy for Obama in Iraq
Saturday, December 27, 2008
The current agreement among political factions in Iraq over minimum requisites needed to establish a government cannot be taken as national understanding, but it seems that early steps had been just taken to solve urgent problems. Some experts maintain that the existing Iraq which has been made by the United States in the past five years is so unpredictable that even Americans are not sure about its future outlooks.
Diversionary Meeting
Saturday, December 27, 2008
The joint meeting of 5+1 with diplomats from Arab countries in New York (Dec. 16) was a diversionary meeting overlooking the realities in the region. The event initiated by Washington only underlines the fact that the Americans intend to prolong the crisis by resorting to old schemes.
What Human Rights?
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Today, values such as human rights and freedom have been turned into tools in the hands of their so-called advocates to exert political pressures and accomplish certain objectives. The West has kept silence vis-à-vis the biggest genocide by the Zionist regime in Gaza and at the same time has launched a political game against Iran on the question of human rights!
US: Number One Violator of Human Rights!
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
On the Occasion of 60th Anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The confusion of human rights situation in the United States is so much that it has questioned US claims to be the pioneer in democracy and freedom in the world.
Iran-Obama Grand Deal
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Obama government must know that an Iran with a regional role would not harm the US national interests. Obama’s main point of “change” must be based on this reality. Contrary to the prevailing outlook in the United States, the main problem between Tehran and Washington at present is not for Iran to get “security guarantees” from the US because Iran itself is a “generator of security” in the region and plays a vital role in creating stability in the region.
A Glance at Consequences of Mumbai Bombing
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
In a general sum-up of the possible repercussions of the Mumbai bombing it can be said that the incident could have very grave but tolerable consequences for India. The event can leave a temporary impact on the growing economy of India and reduce the desire of foreign investors to make profitable investment in India.
First Protectorate of 21st Century
Saturday, December 6, 2008
The Obama administration will try in the future to make up for the weak military-security achievements of his predecessor by strengthening a softer strategy in Iraq and by establishing more efficient economic, security and intelligence strategies in Iraq. Like his predecessor, Obama too will try to keep Iraq within US strategic domain.
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