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Military Coup in Turkey?
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Multilateral efforts are underway to undermine the position of the Islamists in Turkey and it seems that “elimination of religion from formal relations” is the most pivotal aim of these attempts. To analyze the recent events in Turkey, it is necessary to review some of the news reports.
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The Bells Ring for George Bush
Saturday, July 19, 2008
After five years of war in Iraq, the United States must have realized now that if the decision to order a military attack on Iraq was made by the American president the decision on continuation of its military presence in the Middle East would be made by the regional powers who may not be very much in tune with the policies of the White House.
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What Is G8 and What Has it Achieved?
Saturday, July 19, 2008
The group of 8 industrialized countries (G8) held its annual meeting July 7-9, 2008 in the resort area of Hokkaido (at Lake Toya) near Tokyo.
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Is Iran an Energy Superpower?
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Iran is a crucial player in the energy world. Isn't it time such a position is more widely acknowledged?
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Experts Comment on Iran’s Response to West’s Proposed Package (3)
Saturday, July 12, 2008
A political analyst has stressed the importance of resumption of nuclear talks between Iran and 5+1 countries. By reviewing the latest events concerning Iran’s nuclear issue one would realize that a clear horizon has emerged in the nuclear talks today, he says.
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Experts Comment on Iran’s Response to West’s Proposed Package (2)
Saturday, July 12, 2008
Chairman of the Agriculture Committee of the Majlis, Abbas Rajaei believes that the proposed package by 5+1 has no attraction for Iran. He says Iran should not enter into a situation where other countries could set conditions.
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Experts Comment on Iran’s Response to West’s Proposed Package (1)
Saturday, July 12, 2008
Former Deputy Defense Minister of Iran, Dr. Ali Reza Akbari has underlined the need for negotiations over the proposed package by 5+1group and believes that through interaction Tehran could safeguard a substantial deal of its interests and at the same time neutralize attempts by those who want to make the situation more critical.
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The G8 Ate While We Went Hungry
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
The Group of Eight leaders is meeting in Japan at a time when the world is experiencing the jolt of a food crisis and questions are being raised about food security.
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Anniversary of Iranian Airbus Crash: Evolution of “State Terrorism” Concept
Monday, July 7, 2008
Due to special conditions reigning over the international atmosphere during those years, shooting down of the Iranian Airbus was met with the least international reaction and even Captain Rogers, commander of USS Vincennes, who had confessed that the shooting had been done out of mistake, was given a Medal of Honor, so as to assure the American forces that even if their mistakes led to loss of lives of about 300 innocent people, their deeds would be forgiven and even “appreciated”.
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Iranophobia in US Foreign Policy
Saturday, July 5, 2008
A major point which has come to the surface after victory of the Islamic Revolution is that the US foreign policy in the region has been characterized over the past 30 years with an element of “Iranophobia”. It means that in the Persian Gulf, like other places, the United States has tried to introduce Iran as an enemy and this has been a constant pillar of its foreign policy in the Persian Gulf. This means that US foreign policy presents a special image of Iran as enemy and believes that this enemy should be confronted.
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