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Spotlight on Iran Update, October 12, 2010 and Iran begins loading fuel into Bushehr nuclear reactor

Spotlight on Iran Update, October 12, 2010 and Iran begins loading fuel into Bushehr nuclear reactorIran begins loading fuel into Bushehr nuclear reactor; Supreme Leader says patience and resistance are needed to deal with sanctions

This week Iran has begun loading fuel into the Bushehr nuclear reactor. Launched this past August, the reactor is scheduled to begin energy production in early 2011. ...

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U.S. Midterm Elections, Obama and Iran

We are a week away from the 2010 U.S. midterm elections. The outcome is already locked in. Whether the Republicans take the House or the Senate is close to immaterial. It is almost certain that the dynamics of American domestic ...

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The U.S. Takes "New Europe" for Granted at its Own Peril

The U.S. Takes

Abstract: The nations of "New Europe" have been staunch allies of the United States in the aftermath of 9/11, and have sacrificed resources and soldiers' lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Again and again, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have shown their steadfastness and commitment ...

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The case for referendum on Turkey’s EU entry

The case for referendum on Turkey’s EU entry

Allowing Europeans as well as Turks to vote on whether Ankara should be awarded membership has some distinct advantages

Since the European Union started accession talks with Turkey in October 2005, things have gone slowly. The reform process, which began with the acceptance of Turkey's candidacy in ...

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Germany and the Failure of Multiculturalism

Germany and the Failure of Multiculturalism

German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared at an Oct. 16 meeting of young members of her party, the Christian Democratic Union, that multiculturalism, or Multikulti, as the Germans put it, “has failed totally.” Horst Seehofer, minister-president of ...

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Spotlight on Iran Update, October 12, 2010 and Iranian Airfare Increase 30 Percent

Spotlight on Iran Update, October 12, 2010 and Iranian Airfare Increase 30 Percent

Highlights of the week of September 30 - October 7, 2010

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NATO's Lack of a Strategic Concept

NATO's Lack of a Strategic Concept

Twenty-eight heads of state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will meet in Lisbon on Nov. 20 to approve a new “Strategic Concept,” the alliance’s mission statement for the next decade. This will be NATO’s third Strategic Concept since the ...

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The Challenge of Muslim Integration in Europe

The Challenge of Muslim Integration in Europe

Recent developments in Germany and Sweden are the latest catalysts for international focus on Muslim immigration to Europe. The socio-political storm currently preoccupying Germany's public consciousness following the publication of Germany Does Away with Itself, which posits several highly ...

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A Political Victory at the IAEA: But for the Right Reason?

A Political Victory at the IAEA: But for the Right Reason?

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) ended its week-long annual General Conference (GC) in late September 2010. In one of its last acts, the GC defeated yet another attempt to pass a resolution calling on ...

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