Monthly Archives: September 2011

What Stupid Interviews Are Good For

While the media’s groaning about rather stupid teaser (“A Day in the Life of Iran’s President”) for Ann Curry’s upcoming interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (“Why are you working so hard?”) is becoming louder, we now might get to know the … Continue reading

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The Lost Decade

Where have I been ten years ago? Well, I don’t know. Ten years ago, Ahmad Shah Masoud, the leader of the Northern Alliance, had been assassinated by al Qaeda, but I have learned about that critical event long time after … Continue reading

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Slowly Stockpiling HEU

Quarterly reports of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Director General (DG) Yukiya Amano are becoming increasingly strident. In his latest, probably meant alarming, report of September 2, Amano states (under G. Possible Military Dimensions) that, “…  the Agency is … Continue reading

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