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Masterminds of Divisive Scenarios in Persian Gulf
Saturday, November 1, 2008
A review of history of foreign policy of the Western powers over the past century in the Persian Gulf will clearly show that territorial disputes are the best pretext for them to maintain military presence. Despite the big developments in the international order, no change has taken place in this part of the US strategy towards the Persian Gulf issues.
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Two Important Characteristics of Russia
Saturday, November 1, 2008
The internal and international behaviors of the Russian leaders, Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev over the eight-year rule of the former and almost one-year presidency of the latter, indicate that Russia has maintained two unique characteristics it has practiced over centuries of Tsarist and Communist rules.
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Iran, Iraq and America
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
One of the most important priorities of the US administration which will have to evacuate the White House in a few months time is the security agreement between Baghdad and Washington. Although Western sources, particularly the Americans would like to attribute some resistance operations and terrorist activities to Iran because of its objections, however, it was only the government of IRI which participated in the trilateral security talks held in Iraq and formally joined the process to provide security. 
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Split in 5+1
Monday, October 27, 2008
Periodic confrontations between Russia and the West have caused division among Group 5+1 over various issues including Iran’s nuclear program. Diplomats from the six major countries held high-level talks on possibility of imposing new sanctions against Iran but they failed to reach consensus on how or whether to proceed.
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Iraq, SOFA and Mideast Godfathers
Sunday, October 26, 2008
The United States has been pushing for a security agreement with Iraq which would virtually put the war-torn country under Washington's tutelage.
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New Air in Damascus-Beirut Relations
Sunday, October 19, 2008
After a lapse of 56 years since independence which put an end to French protectorate over the two countries, Syria and Lebanon decided on August 15 to establish diplomatic relations. The decision was made during a visit to Damascus by Lebanese President Michel Suleiman.
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Different Strategies in Iraq
Saturday, October 18, 2008
The plan to attack Iraq and the military strategies to topple Saddam Hussein were conceived at the Pentagon. The political justification for the invasion was legitimized by the US ruling administration. However, the US military never succeeded in their scheme to thwart the military power held by the leader of the Iraqi Baathist Party in the period of consequent revolt and instability.
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Iran’s Respect for Religious Diversity
Saturday, October 18, 2008
In line with Iran’s efforts to promote dialogue among civilizations, the Religion in the Modern World conference was held in Tehran from October 13 to 16.
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Significance of Concurrent Regional Tours of Michel Aoun and Michel Suleiman
Saturday, October 18, 2008
It seems that Aoun’s Tehran visit and Suleiman’s Riyadh visit carry the message that Lebanese statesmen want to hold simultaneous consultation with all the influential players who are eager to play a more effective and positive role in the political scene of Lebanon.
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Why US Is Hesitant in Opening an Interest Section Office in Iran?
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Iran enjoys a decisive and special place among the countries of the region and the next administration in the United States will have no choice but to reconstruct its relations with Tehran. Any resolve to rebuild diplomatic relations with IRI would require the Americans to show more flexibility vis-à-vis Tehran.
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