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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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Clandestine War between Two Poles: Russia-US War in South Ossetia
Monday, August 11, 2008
At last the old wound of the crisis in South Ossetia, the autonomous region in Georgia, opened up with the attack on the region by Tbilisi and the reaction shown to the attack by Russia.
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The Rise and Fall of Global Oil Prices
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Reportedly, OPEC crude prices, over the past three months, for the first time have fallen to less than US$120 p/b. A few days ago, OPEC Secretary-General predicted that prices might dive much more and would even drop to US$70 or US$80 p/b. The fall of oil prices, he added, might in part be the result of the probable resolving of Iran's nuclear issue, and the return of peace and stability to the Middle East.
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Consequences of Eliminating a Popular Movement
Sunday, August 3, 2008
Turkey's constitutional court began deliberating a proposal to ban the country's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and is expected to announce its historic ruling within the next few days. Some observers call the actions taken by Turkey’s secular judges and prosecutors against the ruling party in 2008 a “coup d’etat of the judiciary”.
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Iran's Proposal in Geneva: The Modality for Comprehensive Negotiations
Saturday, August 2, 2008
Following the conclusion of the comprehensive and long-term agreement on “collective obligations” Iran's nuclear issue must be concluded in the UNSC and fully and completely returned to the Agency. Moreover, the issue must be taken out of the board of Governor's agenda and the implementation of the safeguards must be returned to normal in Iran.
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NAM Moves in Support of Nuclear Iran
Saturday, August 2, 2008
The US, Israel, Britain, Germany and France accuse Iran of making efforts to develop nuclear arms. Tehran, however, insists that its enrichment activities are aimed at electricity generation and further peaceful applications of nuclear technology.
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NAM Is the International Community
Saturday, August 2, 2008
The 118-member Non-Aligned Movement re-endorsed Iran’s right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy at a ministerial conference in Tehran on Wednesday.
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US and the MEK: Blurring Friends and Enemies
Saturday, August 2, 2008
The United States of America has consistently and historically championed itself as a preeminent nation in the world. However, since recent international and domestic events left the US in a more precarious position, they are desperately making friends with unlikely groups.
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Obstacles and Challenges Facing US vis-à-vis Iran
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
There are numerous reasons and evidences which reveal Washington’s incapability in fanning the flames of war against Iran. These evidences prove that what the media describe as a new American military buildup is only an exaggeration and a mere psychological war.
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