Monthly Archives: May 2012

Twenty-seven

Apart from now common and frequent reference to Iran being in contrary to UN Security Council resolutions, the latest Iran report of UN nuclear watchdog Yukiya Amano does not state anything new except that environmental samples taken at the Fordow … Continue reading

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After Baghdad – What Next?

That the two-day meeting of E3+3 with an Iranian delegation in Baghdad over the latter’s nuclear program has de facto been adjourned to be continued in Moscow on June 18 is probably the only outcome which may prevent the whole … Continue reading

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Parchin Spring Cleaning

When I first saw the latest satellite image of April 9 of a suspect building at the Parching military complex where 10 years ago Iran might have conducted illicit experiments using a high-explosive  test chamber as reported in the November … Continue reading

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Peoples of the Middle East

Regions in the Middle East. I am pretty sure that most who are interested in this part of the world do not know much about them. What about the peoples? Columbia University’s Gulf 2000 project  and its cartographer Dr. Michael … Continue reading

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