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Injustice, Root Cause of International Tensions
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Injustice in international relations as well as manipulation of international bodies by big powers and even use of terrorism to scare nations, has led to unprecedented spread of tensions in the world.
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How Tehran Wants to Fix the World
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Iran's new negotiation proposals establish exactly where Iran stands on some of the most important problems in the world, Araghchi tells Kaveh L Afrasiabi. He also reacts to skeptics who brand the package a propaganda tool and speaks on what he calls an "arrogant, Western-centric" approach.
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The Paradox Which Has Enslaved US in the Region
Saturday, May 24, 2008
It is very difficult and even impossible to differentiate between US and Israeli policies in the Middle East region. Therefore, every country seeking to improve its political and economic relations with the United States should always be mindful of Washington’s relations with Tel Aviv. This has caused the United States to pay heavy costs in the Middle East region, though it has always tried to make regional countries take the bill.
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Lebanon at a Dangerous Crossroads
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Lebanon is currently experiencing a very dangerous and fateful juncture of its history and it seems that reengineering political system and establishment of a national unity government is needed to get out of the existing deadlock.
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Iran's "Package for Constructive Negotiations"
Saturday, May 24, 2008
The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that there is an extensive range of issues such as security issues, regional and international developments, nuclear energy, terrorism, democracy, etc. that provide a substantive potential for cooperation.
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The American Dream: An Endless Presence in Iraq
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
The US and Iraq might sign a so-called 'Strategic Framework Agreement' covering economic, political, cultural and security issues.
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Deterrent Strategy of Hezbollah in Beirut Conflicts
Monday, May 19, 2008
Many scenarios have been presented with regard to the root causes of recent conflicts in Beirut. Some maintain that different parties, including Hezbollah, were dragged into the war quite unwillingly, but others maintain that what happened in Beirut was quite calculated. However, there is a common denominator among all those scenarios: they wanted to make Hezbollah engage in the conflicts in order to totally erase the resistance.
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Dimensions of West's Strategic Schemes to Create Division and Sedition in Islamic World
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Acting on behalf of the West, the United States intends to introduce changes in entity and identity of Islamic countries from within and without by applying software and hardware methods. The growing spread of Islam and the possibility that it would be the dominant religion of the next century has worried the US as to how to cope with Islam which is opposed to its expansionist policies.
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They Cannot Change the Name of Persian Gulf
Sunday, May 18, 2008
I assure you that despite their claims and the money they spend on those claims, they will get nowhere and the United Nations has always taken up the name of Persian Gulf which has been followed by other international bodies, governments and countries. Our government should ignore those claims and enlighten international public opinion.
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Israel from Rise to Fall: West’s Difficult Task to Consolidate Illegitimate Entity
Saturday, May 17, 2008
On the threshold of the 60th anniversary of occupation of Palestine or as the West claims the 60th independence anniversary of Israel (as though Israel was under custodianship of Britain) and under conditions that regional and global equations have a long distance from power equations in the 1940s, the West is now doing everything to consolidate its illegitimate child.
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