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Major Confusion For U.S Over Amiri's Case

Major Confusion For U.S Over Amiri's Case

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On Tuesday 07/13/2010 morning, Iranian State Media claimed Shahram Amiri found refuge in the Pakistani embassy in Washington, which represent Iranian interests in USA. A spokesman from Pakistan's Foreign Office, Abdul Basit, told the BBC, few hours later, that Shahram Amiri was, ...

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Russian Spies and Strategic Intelligence

The United States has captured a group of Russian spies and exchanged them for four individuals held by the Russians on espionage charges. The ways the media have reported on the issue fall into three groups:

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Iranian Refugees - A Human Rights Disaster

Iranian Refugees - A Human Rights Disaster

Light snow was falling when the two young men set out on horseback for the border to flee Iran. By the time they were deep in the mountains, it had become a blinding blizzard, the temperature had dropped below freezing, and they were barely alive...more

According to UNHCR, Iranian refugees comprise ...

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Norway's Welcomed News & Wake-up Call

Norway's Welcomed News & Wake-up Call

This week brought welcomed news and a wake-up call in the Global War on Terror from the Land of the Midnight Sun. 

Norwegian police officials confirmed on Thursday morning that they had arrested three men with connections to Al Qaeda and plans to carry out terrorist attacks not unlike those stymied ...

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Kings, Emirs and Shaykhs: The Survival of Traditional Regimes in the Persian Gulf

Kings, Emirs and Shaykhs: The Survival of Traditional Regimes in the Persian Gulf

During the early 1980s I was asked to give a briefing for the head of the Toyota auto company and other enterprises. It was just after the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat and during the height of the Iran-Iraq war, so regional instability was much on the mind of everyone.

After I ...

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The Caucasus Cauldron

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited some interesting spots over the July 4 weekend. Her itinerary included Poland and Ukraine, both intriguing choices in light of the recent Obama-Medvedev talks in Washington. But she also traveled to a region that has not been on the American radar ...

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UN Security Council Resolution 242: Secure Borders are Condition for Peace

UN Security Council Resolution 242: Secure Borders are Condition for Peace

New Study: Israel's Critical Security Needs for a Viable Peace

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Resolution 242 adopted November 22, 1967 is the cornerstone for what it calls "a just and lasting peace." It calls for a negotiated solution based on "secure and recognized boundaries" - recognizing the flaws in ...

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Suppose Turkey Transfers U.S. Technology and Tactics to Iran and Syria

Suppose Turkey Transfers U.S. Technology and Tactics to Iran and Syria

JINSA Report #999

Ed. Note: Turkish media jumped on a sentence in JINSA Report #995 in which we worried about the potential compromise of Western military technology by Turkey as it expands its relations with Iran and Syria (and Brazil, Hamas and Hezbollah). We weren't the only ones worried. A ...

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Some Semi-Sanity from Europe: EU Foreign Ministers Make Partial Sense on Gaza, Iran

Some Semi-Sanity from Europe: EU Foreign Ministers Make Partial Sense on Gaza, Iran

Remember what I told you: if you want to know what policy is going to be, watch the governments, not the media. While the results of the EU foreign ministers' meeting in Luxembourg were far from perfect, they also show the difference between decision-makers and opinion-makers on the Middle East.

First, ...

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