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Coup d’etat in Iraq: Rumors, Chances
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Coup d’etat is a rooted tradition in contemporary Iraq and now rumors on a coup has spread over the entire country. After vice- president and senior member of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), Adel Abdul Mahdi, President of the Autonomous Kurdish Government of Iraq, Massoud Barzai is the second person who has expressed concern over the outbreak of a coup d’etat in Iraq.
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Persian Gulf: Necessity of Acquiring a Collective Security System
Saturday, September 20, 2008
The strategic importance of the Middle East and especially the Persian Gulf region in the world security has caused these regions to turn into a heartland in the early years of the new century and efforts to find a better footing or even domination over this region have been placed on the agenda of many powers.
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Ten More Years of IAEA Reports on Iran Will Say the Same
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
On September 15, the UN nuclear watchdog released a report, in which it confirmed the 'non-diversion' of the country's nuclear activities. After the release, Press TV conducted the following exclusive interview with Iran's ambassador to the IAEA, Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh.
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The Paradox of Western Hegemony vs. Eastern Nationalism
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Seven years after the outbreak of the war on terror, politicians and analysts have now realized that the crisis in Afghanistan cannot be reviewed without linking it to the Pakistan crisis. During these years, an abstract and distorted image has been presented from the Taliban terrorism and fundamentalism so that many people think that these inhumane and reactionary phenomena came into existence only on the threshold of the September 11 events and were the outcome of this day or days close to it. 
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US and Libya: From Altercation to Intimacy
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Despite some differences of views between the leaders of Libya and the US regarding the questions of human rights and the Middle East peace plan, it seems that relations between Washington and Tripoli will further expand in the future.
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Abdullah Gul’s Landmark Visit to Yerevan
Saturday, September 13, 2008
The new development in Armenia-Turkey relations is both an opportunity and a threat for Iran. It is a good opportunity for Tehran to take advantage of its good relations with Ankara in strengthening regional cooperation. It is a threat because NATO member Turkey, by getting close to Armenia could limit Iran’s room for maneuvering.
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Maliki and the Story of the White Coup
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Former members of the Baath Party and supporters of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein have reportedly conspired to launch a bloodless coupe against the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
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The Secret Behind Expansion of Iran’s Ties with Latin America
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
During the past decade, especially with the coming to power of anti-imperialist governments in Latin America, the Islamic Republic of Iran has enhanced its diplomatic moves in the region. In a selective manner and taking up only a few countries including Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia and Nicaragua, Iran has established close and sincere ties with these countries.
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It’s the Turn of Iraqi Parliament
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
The occupation of Iraq has caught the United States in an imbroglio which has cost it thousands of lives of its army troops and almost 3000 billion dollars in war expenditures. Yet this is just a small portion of the US dilemma in the region. Following this occupation, the policies and strategies of the NeoCons at the White House faced repeated defeats and their credit before the American public opinion diminished considerably.
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Impacts of Georgian War on Iran-Russia Relations
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
The events in Georgia are taken as an attempt by Russia to prevent Georgia from further integration with the US and Europe. In the meantime, the Russian leaders, both under Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev, are well aware of the need for the country to maintain constructive cooperation with the US and Europe. They are not seeking to revive Cold War era confrontations. This is something Putin has already made clear.
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