Monthly Archives: June 2009

Re-election

A few notes on the results of the Iranian presidential election. It’s not surprising. It would have been quite a sensation if the incumbent populist hardliner president wouldn’t have been re-elected. Definitely sort of a political earthquake with imponderable consequences, … Continue reading

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Polygons

“He who knows not and knows not that he knows not, shun him. And he who knows not and knows that he knows not, awaken him. And he who knows and knows that he knows, follow him.” Arabic saying The … Continue reading

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New Centrifuges

One day after President Barack Obama’s historical speech in Cairo addressing the Muslim World, where he as the first sitting American president admitted to the U.S. contribution on the 1953 coup d’état toppling the democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed … Continue reading

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