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Lessons of the 3rd Resolution: Opportunities Offered by a Threat
Monday, March 24, 2008
If managers of our society do their job suitably and make the most of young talents, just in the same way that they did about the nuclear technology, hope, dynamism, and self-reliance is sure to bud in our country.
Zionist Regime's Brutal Raids on Northern Gaza
Sunday, March 9, 2008
The Zionist regime has launched a series of brutal raids on northern Gaza, killing over 120 Palestinians, about half identified by medical workers as civilians, leaving the Gaza Strip's public health system on brink of collapse.
IAEA 2/22 Report in the Eye of an Iranian
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
If the wise people in the international community have come to the conclusion that Iran’s nuclear issue can and must be resolved through negotiations and peaceful means, now is the best time to show signs of this attitude irrespective of the obstructions and excuses sought by certain powers.
A Valentine for All Seasons
Sunday, February 17, 2008
I honestly do not know Imad Mughniyeh, but from what we can learn in the Israeli papers, there is no doubt that Both Caroline Glick and Yaakove Katz would join the hundreds of thousands of Lebanese people who gathered in the Beirut to mourn the martyrdom of Shahid Imad Mughniyeh and to celebrate his life’s work if they were themselves from Lebanon too.
Iran Celebrates Anniversary of Islamic Revolution
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Millions of Iranians took to the streets throughout the country on Monday to attend the rallies marking the 29th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
Pakistan; Struggle for Life
Monday, January 21, 2008
There are different viewpoints about the reasons and possible motives behind the assassination of former Pakistani prime minister and head of Pakistan People Party, Benazir Bhutto. They can be differentiated in two groups: 1. The government charges Taliban and al Qaeda; while 2. The opposition blames the assassination on ISI or Pakistan Army intelligence.
US: Wrong Understanding of Iran Continues
Thursday, January 17, 2008
The remarks made by President Bush in Abu Dhabi during his latest tour of the Middle East clearly show that the wrong perception of the West about Iran still continues.
Foreign Direct Investments in Iran's Oil Sector
Monday, December 24, 2007
This article will argue the importance and imperatives of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Iran and will throw some light on the opportunities that needs to be nursed and nourished until fruition, and shall illuminate the importance of staying the course by looking favourably towards investments in Iran.
Analysis of a Report
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
The report aims to assess the current situation of Iran’s nuclear program, Iran’s tendencies, effects of domestic and foreign factors, as well as those factors that determine cessation or continuation of a nuclear arms program.
American Strategy or Internal Differences?
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Almost a week has passed since the publication of the US National Intelligence Council report on Iran, yet discussions on its aims and repercussions are still hot news at the world’s diplomatic centers.