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Saturday, September 13, 2008

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Iran, Syria in Separate Talks with Moscow
MOSCOW -- Russian diplomatic and military officials held talks with their Iranian and Syrian counterparts Friday. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki for talks on the completion by a Russian company of the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran, a cooperation that has worried Washington. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 15:52:36 GMT
When Dictatorships End with a Whisper
With its nuclear weapons program, its control of Lebanon, Gaza and Syria, its massive influence in Iraq and Afghanistan and its messianic, global ambitions, Iran is rightly viewed as the greatest threat to global security today. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 15:48:5 GMT
Iran 'Won't Wait Forever' on Nabucco
VIENNA -- Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari on Friday warned Austrian energy giant OMV that it should sign a deal on the Nabucco gas pipeline soon or Tehran might look for other partners. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 13:8:30 GMT
Battling the Tyranny of Drugs in Iran
As reported in the Guardian yesterday, the failure of policies to curb drug production in Afghanistan is affecting Iran in a catastrophic way. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 13:2:4 GMT
Medvedev: Armed Action on Iran Unacceptable
MOSCOW -- A military solution to the standoff over Iran's nuclear ambitions is unacceptable and there is no need at the moment for new sanctions, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 13:0:5 GMT
Iran's Regional Influence Grows Despite U.S., Allies
Iran seems to be gaining ground and influence in the Levant, much to the detriment of the United States, its European allies and pro-democracy movements in the region. more

Posted 12/9/2008 @ 12:56:0 GMT
US a Step Closer to Iran Blockade
The United States government has imposed new sanctions on Iran, this time targeting its shipping industry, by blacklisting the main shipping line and 18 subsidiaries, accusing the maritime carrier of being engaged in contraband nuclear material, a charge vehemently denied by Iran. more

In February, the Iranian government showed a fictionalized video on the dangers of foreign plots against the state. One of its stars: a mysterious American named Gene Sharp.

By Philip Shishkin

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