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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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US VEEPs: Bettering Democratic and Republican tickets?
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
In these next few weeks leading up to November 4th, both Biden and Palin have the opportunity to play a crucial role in aiding the campaigns of their running mates. Their media appearances will be consistently watched and critiqued in the US political arena, by the US and international media, but most importantly by the American voters.
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The Wall Street Coup and the Bailout Scam
Monday, October 13, 2008
The Wall Street took the US (and the world) hostage and extracted a heavy ransom. But while the enormous ransom was successfully extracted, there are no guarantees that the hostages will be set free from the shackles of trickle down economics. On the contrary, there are strong indications that the fraudulent (and perhaps criminal) bailout may turn the current crisis into a protracted agony of a long bleeding economic depression.
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Twilight of U.S. Economic Supremacy?
Sunday, October 12, 2008
The rapidly unfolding economic collapse in the United States may become the biggest financial crisis in history and the contagion has already affected U.S. allies all over the world.
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Livni and a Challenge Called Security
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
The Israeli government is faced with challenges that threaten its entity under any condition. Therefore, this regime should take quick action to strengthen its internal and regional positions. One of the most important preoccupations of Livni would be to follow up the issue of peace with the Palestinian groups.
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Players in Iran Nuclear Case
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
The latest UN Security Council resolution against Iran before aiming at Iran and its problems aimed to do away with the differences among 5+1. In fact, the 5+1 Group by adopting the resolution which provided for the minimums tried to overlook the challenges they were facing among themselves.
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"Dangerous Gulf" Opens between Russia and West
Saturday, October 4, 2008
The West's repeated criticism of Moscow over last month's invasion of Georgia has kindled a fierce Russian resentment so that according to experts the threats posed by Russia against security in Europe have never been so serious.
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