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The New World Order
Monday, May 24, 2010
Active ImageIt will be no exaggeration to say that the declaration signed by Iran, Turkey and Brazil as prelude to a new formula for the exchange of nuclear fuel between Iran and seller countries has taken all international media by surprise. The trilateral declaration has shown the world the reality of the existing trust between Muslim countries (Iran and Turkey), on the one hand, and non-aligned countries, as well as south-south and developing states, on the other hand.
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Non-Aligned Movement Looking for Identity
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Active ImageThe Non-Aligned Movement is only a club of mostly poor countries grappling with domestic and regional crises and enjoying fragile relations with one another without having enough power to ensure implementation and follow-up of their decisions. They have a long way to go before achieving their early goals as defined in Bandung in 1955 and later in Belgrade in 1961, let alone playing a new role in the modern world.
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If Everybody Is There!
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Active ImageThe current enthusiasm for participation in the presidential election as well as political and social circumstances in Iran is not only unprecedented in the country, but also in the whole Asia and a large part of Africa and Middle East.
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Sweet Taste of High Election Turnout and Majority Vote
Monday, June 8, 2009
Active ImagePresidential elections will be held next Friday to elect the tenth president of the Islamic Republic of Iran. People, especially the youth, are showing special enthusiasm to take part in the polls and it is expected to be a new page in political and social developments of Iran.
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A Letter to Obama
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Like millions of other human beings on earth I too heard the news about your success in the US presidential elections. I am glad to see that the American people have given in to a big change in their political tradition by electing a black American of Kenyan origin as president. Of course, I am aware that you too had christened your election in advance through the slogan of “change”.
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President Obama
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Obama has launched a mission too big for him and numerous conservative resistance centers exist against him. The expectations of people of the world and the United States are so big that their materialization apparently seems beyond his power. Can Obama keep the people of the United States and the world satisfied with his performance during his presidency in the next four years or perhaps eight years?
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