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Plan B (for 'bombs') After Iran Fantasy Fails
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Vice President Dick Cheney and his neo-conservative allies in the George W Bush administration only began agitating for the use of military force against Iran once they had finally given up the illusion that regime change in Iran would happen without it.
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Spooks Refuse to Toe Cheney's Line on Iran
Sunday, November 11, 2007
The US National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran has been held up for more than a year in an effort to force the intelligence community to remove dissenting judgments on the Iranian nuclear program. The aim is to make the document more supportive of Vice President Dick Cheney's militarily aggressive policy toward Iran, according to accounts provided by participants in the NIE process to two former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officers.
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Noun + Verb + 9/11 + Iran = Democrats’ Defeat?
Sunday, November 11, 2007
When President Bush started making noises about World War III, he only confirmed what has been a Democratic article of faith all year: Between now and Election Day he and Dick Cheney, cheered on by the mob of neocon dead-enders, are going to bomb Iran.
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New Crises Sap Bush's 'War on Terror'
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Just as the White House claims it has finally turned the corner in what it defines as the "central front" in the "war on terror" - Iraq - it has found itself desperately trying to contain new crises on the war's periphery stretching east to Pakistan, west to Turkey and south to the Horn of Africa.
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Iran Simmers as a Hot US Political Potato
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Amid growing contention among Democratic presidential contenders about US policy toward Iran, a senior Republican lawmaker has appealed to President George W Bush to pursue "direct, unconditional, and comprehensive talks" with Tehran.
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Go Ahead On – Start WWIII
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Putin took the opportunity to tell the world that he had seen no "evidence" – Director-General ElBaradei of the International Atomic Energy Agency hasn’t even found an "indication" – that Iran was pursuing a nuclear weapons program. Therefore, Russia would go ahead and complete the IAEA Safeguarded nuclear power plant at Bushehr.
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Crisis of Opportunity for Iran and the US
Sunday, November 11, 2007
President Mahmud Ahmadinejad has stated his determination to turn "the present threats into opportunities" for Iran and, by all indications, the brewing crisis between Turkey and Iraq represents precisely such a scenario, in light of Iran's excellent relations with all the parties involved and its ability to play an effective crisis-prevention role.
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Bush's Favorite Lie
Sunday, November 11, 2007
When cataloguing George W. Bush’s lies – even if you stick just to his fabrications about the Iraq War and the “war on terror” – there are so many to choose from, it’s hard to pick a favorite.
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America's Deadly Spin on Iran
Sunday, November 11, 2007
In the last months, the two most weighty presidential candidates, the Republican Rudi Giuliani and his Democrat opponent, Hillary Rodham Clinton, have adopted the same aggressive stance on Iran ― ``all options are on the table.''
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Russians Working Hard to Resolve Iranian Nuclear Crisis
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Andrew C. Kuchins, a long-time expert on Russia, says despite worsening U.S.-Russian relations, Russian officials are working very hard to “to talk the Iranians down and out of a nuclear weapons program.”
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