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Tag Archives: Iran
Reports on Friday that ex-Pentagon General James Cartwright is subject of a DoJ investigation into last year’s Stuxnet leak to the New York Times may be a red herring. It is one of the stories which in general would shine … Continue reading
A couple of days before Inauguration Day for Barack Obama’s second term, Noam Chomsky had a damning indictment for the President. As a “man without a moral center,” he characterized him in an interview with Al Jazeera. Inauguration will be … Continue reading
How President Obama would address, in his speech on recent developments in the Middle East, the three key players, which have not participated in any constructive way in what is called the Arab Uprising, was in fact quite interesting. First … Continue reading
While the Middle East is burning these days, one might wonder whether the uprisings, after Arab revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, in Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Bahrain, Yemen; again in Iran are due to a domino effect. Autocratic governments (a Western … Continue reading