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Promoting Iranophobia, Propagandizing Shia-phobia
Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Every once in a while, the political officials of the Zionist regime of Israel launch a false propaganda hype about the imaginary threat which is posed to littoral states of the Persian Gulf by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Necessity of Establishing Union of 4
Tuesday, October 23, 2012

It seems that the time is ripe for four major Asian countries to create a strategic treaty around their common goals in order to drive the United States out of Asia. China and India, in East Asia, in addition to Russia and Iran, in West Asia, can join hands in “groups of two” around their common goals and interests and establish a 2+2 group. Let’s not forget that Asia is home to all four countries, which have been also cradles of civilization throughout their histories. 

Difficult Upshot of Iran Sanctions for the United States
Saturday, October 20, 2012

During all the past couple of years in which the United States has been leading the Western alliance against the Islamic Republic of Iran by making efforts to weaken or topple the Islamic establishment through imposition of economic sanctions, the experience of the past six months has been more interesting. Perhaps, the immediate impact of the sanctions have been highly damaging for Iran, but in the long run, the United States will also suffer a lot of damages. This issue is the main subject of the present article.

How Domestic Policy Relates to Foreign Policy in New Egypt
Wednesday, October 17, 2012

A major cause behind the Egyptian people’s revolution in January 2011 was to protest against difficult economic situation of the Egyptian nation which had been exacerbated by excessive inflation, high unemployment rate, as well as low salaries of workers and civil servants in both state-run and private sectors. However, the revolution, has not only worsened the country’s economic woes, but has added increasing insecurity to other everyday concerns of the Egyptian people.

Review of a British Plan for Afghanistan: Will Afghanistan Disintegrate?
Monday, October 15, 2012

The British politicians, who have a long record in breaking Eastern countries down into smaller entities, have offered their second plan in the past three years for disintegration of Afghanistan. It was about one month ago when news was broken about a plan offered to divide Afghanistan into eight autonomous regions. Later on, it became clear that the main protagonist behind the plan was a person called Tobias Ellwood who represents the British Conservative Party and is also parliamentary deputy at the British Foreign Office.

Barzani - Talabani Coalition and its Challenges
Sunday, October 7, 2012

Talabani and Barzani face significant challenges for maintaining their political coalition; hence, possible fractures in their coalition and ties is hardly surprising. However, they have reached consensus on many issues such as following Kurdish interests and goals and emphasizing some claims against the central government, so even if their cooperation level on the fundamental issues is declined, they will at least struggle for maintaining their joint objectives.

US and Problem of Emerging Independent Allies in the Middle East
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

instead of witnessing the rise of new allies in the Middle East, the United States is facing a problem in the form of the emergence of independent allies. The new allies, despite their willingness to have close ties to the United States, pursue their own independent approaches when it comes to regional policies. This problem has led to relative ambiguity, confusion, fragmentation and serious doubt in the US foreign policy approach toward such emerging states. 

Security and Protests against Insulting Film
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Once upon a time, natural disasters were the most unexpected incidents in human life. Today, however, the interactions and relations in human world are perhaps the most unknown phenomenon throughout the human form of life. Screening a movie, at times, can lead to a great social and political upheaval which, in a certain sense, seems to be unbelievable. Screening a film can also easily turn into an all-out confrontation in which rulers of countries are pitted against their own citizens. 

Roots of Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia
Saturday, September 15, 2012

Over the past few months, Iran-Saudi Arabia political relations have been beset with tensions which are rooted in the Arab revolutions and Saudi Arabia's support of the West's sanctions against Iran. 

David Griffin: 9/11 Questions Remain Unanswered
Thursday, September 13, 2012

11 years after the shocking attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center and Pentagon on September 11, 2001 which claimed the lives of 3,000 people, there are still many questions unanswered about the horrendous events as several independent researchers, who have been mostly vilified by the U.S. mainstream media as "conspiracy theorists," have seriously questioned the official accounts the U.S. government and 9/11 Commission have presented regarding the attacks.

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