Monthly Archives: March 2010

Calculated Talk

Washington’s most provocative, well, mouthpiece of the Iranian regime, Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett, had an impressive performance last night in Charlie Rose’s show (who has interviewed the Iranian president Ahmadinejad four three times) at PBS. Flynt Leverett directs the … Continue reading

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Public Apathy May Enable Leaders to Ignore Voters

What actually had happened on September 4, 2009 near Kunduz in Afghanistan, and when and how the German Government, lawmakers and the public were informed about the numerous civilian casualties after bombarding the two fuel tanks which had been hijacked by Taliban … Continue reading

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Containment

“Iran continues to develop a range of capabilities that could be applied to producing nuclear weapons, if a decision is made to do so.” This seems to be the current valid formulation about the country’s nuclear program. The rulers of … Continue reading

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An Upcoming War in the Middle East?

According to a recent study presented by the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), a Washington D.C.-based, bipartisan foreign policy think tank, “[T]here is a suspicion in the West that Iran wants to start an open ended dialog and negotiations … Continue reading

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Netanyahu’s Jerusalem

Jews have been living in the Middle East for thousands of years. Likewise for thousands of years, Jews had been quarreling with other peoples living in Palestine. When the Jews (or rather their nobles and aristocrats), after their Babylonian captivity, … Continue reading

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