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The new National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran’s nuclear program is out and it seems to conclude that “Iran’s leaders are locked in an increasingly heated debate over whether to move further toward developing nuclear weapons, saying the bite of … Continue reading
When last year, at the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh, President Obama, former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and President Sarkozy made public a secret uranium enrichment site at Fordow near Qom in Iran, one week after the Iranians had informed the … Continue reading
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano’s new Iran report contains certain remarkable parts which might deserve some analysis. To begin, there is nothing substantially new to report about Iran’s efforts to enrich uranium to low levels … Continue reading
Not even as an example of bad journalism, the rather warmongering piece by Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic last week isn’t really worth of reading through all its fifteen printed pages. That there had been or will be a Point … Continue reading