Monthly Archives: December 2010

Cyber Warfare

A new careful analysis of (and, as usual, wild speculation about) an IAEA safeguards report on Iran’s nuclear program earlier this year by David Albright, Paul Brannan and Christina Walrond of non-governmental, Washington D.C.-based Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) … Continue reading

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Moonwatchers

For several days, clear skies at 69˚40’N 18˚56’E have made it possible to watch this winter’s second full moon circulating above the horizon, not setting at all. Today, winter solstice, the darkest day of the year, coincided with a total lunar eclipse, … Continue reading

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Peace Brokers or Megalomaniacs

Highly ineffectual, well, disingenuous, efforts by U.S. President Barack Obama and his administration of engaging Iran even before its disputed presidential election of June 2009 have been seen for some time with growing concern. Iranians were in fact well advised … Continue reading

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Rogues and Heroes

While the public is right now constantly stunned by (i) daily releases of new diplomatic cables debunking the remaining sole superpower as no better than other rogue regimes, if we had not known before; and (ii) frenetic, well, hysteric search for … Continue reading

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