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Ajax Aftermath
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Are we still feeling the effects of Operation Ajax - the code name of a covert Anglo/American operation in Iran to re-instate an ousted monarch? What are the results? Should we still cope with the aftermath?
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Friendships and Conflicts in Pakistan
Saturday, August 23, 2008
It is quite likely that now that Musharraf has resigned, some people may think that the era of involvement of generals in politics has ended and Pakistani politicians will not have to follow the orders of military leaders any longer. But, the realities of Pakistani society reveal that resignation of Musharraf will not have that much an impact on reducing the might of the army or improving the position of political parties.
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Russia, Syria Complement Each Other in Security Areas
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Syrian President Beshar al-Assad’s meeting with Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev showed that Moscow has been forced to review its Middle East policy following events in the Caucasus, especially, in South Ossetia, and NATO’s attempts to encircle Russia.
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The Syrian Diplomacy
Saturday, August 23, 2008
The situation of Syria is different from other Arab states of the region due to geopolitical and geoeconomic status of the country. The country has been a vanguard of campaign against Israel and with the border lines it has with Israel, it has always taken anti-Israeli stances among Muslims and Arabs.
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Where Do Iran and Israel Stand in Russia-Georgia War?
Monday, August 18, 2008
The limited war between Russia and Georgia last week was analyzed by experts from various dimensions. Besides internal potentials for triggering such clashes, generally this war was regarded as an approach by NATO to Russian borders and the reaction of the Russians to this development. Attempt has been made in this article to deal with a point which has received little attention, namely the role of the Zionist regime in the regional developments and conflicts which is not something new but explains the philosophy behind existence of this regime.
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Iran’s Historical, Evident and Indisputable Sovereignty over the Three Islands Part (II)
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Iran’s sovereignty over the Islands of Greater and Lesser Tonbs and Abu Musa are unquestionable as a reality in the international scene and there are solid historical documents for crystal-clear principle.
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Iran’s Historical, Evident and Indisputable Sovereignty over the Three Islands Part (I)
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Dr. Tafreshi dealt with the disputes over the sovereignty of the islands and then referred to the record of Iran’s sovereignty over the three Islands of Abu Musa, Lesser and Greater Tonbs and said there are numerous documents at valid and authenticated world archives, including the national archive of Britain and the Archives of Indian Tribunal.
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Tel Aviv-Washington Strategic Failure: Equations Change in Favor of the Resistance
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Two years have now passed since the indisputable victory of the Lebanese Resistance vis-à-vis the aggression of the Zionist regime as well as defeat and failure of the regime’s military and political apparatuses. As acknowledged by the Zionists themselves, the war had grave consequences for them and great achievements for the Resistance.
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Foundations of New Convergence in the Region
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
On the same day that President Bashar Assad of Syria started his consultations with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Iran’s new ambassador to Ankara submitted the Turkish side a message on the impending visit to Turkey of the Iranian president. This report clearly indicates the opening of a new cooperation line among the three powers of the region.
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Reasons and Root Causes of Ossetia War
Monday, August 11, 2008
After almost a decade of calm, the region turned into a new battle field, a war which brings to mind the tensions and wars of early 1990s. Hundreds of people lost their lives during three days of confrontation between the Georgian and Russian armies and an equal number of innocent people were injured while thousands of people were displaced. This war is apparently going on between the army of the small government of President Mikhail Saakashvili in Georgia and the powerful Russia but in fact is a big confrontation between Georgia’s allies with the Kremlin.
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