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The Status of the Non-Aligned Movement
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
The 15th Non-Aligned Movement foreign ministers meeting is now being held (27-30 July 2008) in Tehran. In the three-day event, NAM representatives address the issues of their interests, remarkably those problems and challenges some of the member states have been entangled with for years or even decades.
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Turkish Mediation between Iran & West: A Dream for Mounting Diplomatic Weight
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Following the IRI Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki’s recent visit to Ankara for talks with Turkish leaders, observers maintain that the new situation in the region, particularly the interest shown by the Turks to mediate between Tehran and the West was one of the pivots of this important visit.
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Western Media Mislead Public on Iran N-Case
Saturday, July 26, 2008
The following is Press TV's exclusive interview with Iran's envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali-Asghar Soltaniyeh. Mr. Soltaniyeh believes Western media mislead the international community over the issues surrounding Iran's nuclear activities.
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NAM: Five Decades of Efforts to Turn “Common Identity” to “Common Unity” – Part II
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
By reviewing the conferences convened by heads of member states of the so-called Non-Aligned Movement over the past 47 years, one can notice a series of concentrated efforts by NAM members to turn their “common identity” to “common unity.” Considering that Tehran will be hosting the 15th foreign ministerial conference of the Non-Aligned Movement next week, a review of the fundamental issues related to NAM seems imperative.
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Brown Mimicking Predecessor’s Duplicity
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s flattering speech to the Israeli parliament on Monday was a follow-up of his predecessor’s foreign policy, which was based on deception.
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NAM: Five Decades of Efforts to Turn “Common Identity” to “Common Unity” – Part I
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
By reviewing the conferences convened by heads of member states of the so-called Non-Aligned Movement over the past 47 years, one can notice a series of concentrated efforts by NAM members to turn their “common identity” to “common unity.” Considering that Tehran will be hosting the 15th foreign ministerial conference of the Non-Aligned Movement next week, a review of the fundamental issues related to NAM seems imperative.
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A Glance at Different Dimensions of US Presence in 5+1 Talks with Iran
Sunday, July 20, 2008
US tries to take a few steps forward by taking one step back. In other words, if the negotiations fail, the US would have shown its commitment to diplomacy and given an ultimatum to the world public opinion. And if the talks do not fail, by reiterating its early condition of uranium suspension, restrict the room for Iran’s maneuvering.
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An Interview with Gary Sick: There Is No Threat of War
Sunday, July 20, 2008
I think at this juncture of time the activity of the groups who believe in exerting pressure on Iran has lost color to some extent. The situation is not like what was in the past and pragmatism is now part of the US policy towards Iran to a great extent. Today, many American statesmen would like the crisis between Iran and the US resolved; and for the same reason the attitude of supporters of pressure on Iran has not reached the stage of execution.
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Middle East after Rezvan Operations
Sunday, July 20, 2008
US stratagems to prevent a regional war in case of a military confrontation with Iran, are already tested and defeated. That is why, there is no doubt any war, even for a short term, would engulf the entire Middle East and the US would unwillingly bring his troops under siege by others.
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A New Look at Legal Eavesdropping in the United States
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Political analysts maintain that a Zionist-inspired approach to human values and legalization of eavesdropping in the United States which allows the government to penetrate deep into the personal lives of the American people, especially Muslims, will increase the number of terrorism foci in the world.
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