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Iran’s Nuclear Crisis and the Way Out: Part 3
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Active ImageThe issue of Iran’s nuclear program has been on the top of international issues, at least, for the past six years. It has been also a high priority for Europe and the U.S. Despite recent deadlock in diplomacy and pessimism about a possible peaceful settlement between Iran and 5+1, there are still good chances for diplomacy.
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Soros Is Daydreaming
Saturday, February 26, 2011

Active ImageHigh cry of democracy which disguises US effort to guarantee its own interests is the chief irony that the modern world is witnessing in the Middle East; a political ploy pursued by political lobbies, mass media, and certain political circles. By hiding behind the mask of democracy, the United States has dealt the deadliest blows to freedom and independence seeking movements in the world.

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Iran–Turkey Roadmap: A Step Closer to Fuel Swap?
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Active ImageThe Turkish President Abdullah Gül’s visit to Iran wrapped up after announcing that Tehran and Turkey have agreed on a roadmap to find a solution to the nuclear issue. Although Turkish officials had already declared that Gül will not include the nuclear issue in his agenda, the forecast was rendered void by the announcement as well as Turkish foreign minister’s hope that the next round of nuclear negotiations would be held in Istanbul.
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Iran and Egypt-Tunisia Dvelopments
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Active ImageA careful review of developments in Tunisia, Egypt and other regional countries will help us understand current developments in the Middle East. A meeting for the assessment of ongoing developments in Egypt and Tunisia as well as upcoming developments in other Middle Eastern countries was held at Tehran International Studies & Research Institute (TISRI) attended by experts on international issues on February 14, 2011.
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Iran’s Nuclear Crisis and the Way Out: Part 2
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Active ImageThe issue of Iran’s nuclear program has been on the top of international issues, at least, for the past six years. It has been also a high priority for Europe and the U.S. Despite recent deadlock in diplomacy and pessimism about a possible peaceful settlement between Iran and 5+1, there are still good chanced for diplomacy.
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Turkey Is Hunting on Opportunities
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Active ImageIran and Turkey are now closer than any time before. A visit to Turkey by the Iranian president and foreign minister last month and subsequent trip to Iran by Turkish president who was accompanied by four ministers, 135 state officials and more than 100 businesspeople were telltale signs of improving relations between the two countries.
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Iran and Post-Mubarak Middle East
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Active ImageDuring the past decades, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iraq, Turkey, and Israel have been major elements of political trends and developments as well as power equations in the Middle East. Political developments which have led to ouster of Mubarak from power in early months of 2011 will create new power equations and new actors. Nobody can deny that in a post-Mubarak Middle East, Iran will be an important player in view of its history, national identity, and strategic significance. However, many domestic, regional and international factors are at work to determine the quality and quantity of Iran’s position in regional power equations of the Middle East.
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The World After Mubarak
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Active ImageFollowing 30 years of absolute rule, Muhammad Hosni Mubarak was hesitant between continued presence in power or transfer of power to his son, Gamal. However, a third potion soon presented itself to make a ruler, who had not learnt from Saddam’s fate in Iraq and Bin Ali’s downfall in Tunisia, step down in the most humiliating manner. Given Egypt’s special conditions in terms of area, population, and civilizational background and its role in such key areas as Palestine, Israel, and the Persian Gulf, any change in that country will leave its mark on the whole region.
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Iran in Turkey’s National Security Document
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Active ImageRelations between Iran and Turkey have been constantly developing over the past few years. As a neighbor, Turkey has been taking a diplomatic approach to Iran’s nuclear case. The vast expanse of Turkey’s foreign policy, however, is not totally in Iran’s favor. The 2010 version of Turkey’s national security document has undergone some changes and Iran has been crossed out as a possible missile threat against Turkey’s national security.
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Iran’s Nuclear Crisis and the Way Out: Part 1
Monday, February 14, 2011
Active ImageThe issue of Iran’s nuclear program has been on the top of international issues, at least, for the past six years. It has been also a high priority for Europe and the U.S. Despite recent deadlock in diplomacy and pessimism about a possible peaceful settlement between Iran and 5+1, there are still good chanced for diplomacy.
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