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Atomic Allies

Atomic AlliesBy Kathy Shaidle
FrontPageMagazine.com | Friday, September 12, 2008
Iran's entrance into the club of nuclear nations is imminent and "irreversible." So says Leonid Reznikov, president of the state-run Russian company Atomstroiexport. Reznikov ought to know. After all, his company is building Iran's ...

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The Arab World's Intellectual Mess: A Case Study

September 10, 2008
Barry Rubin
MEMRI has released report Number 1847 on September 8, 2008, entitled, "Egyptian Researcher Muhammad Al-Said Idris: The American Response to 9/11 Proves that the Official Version of Events Is False," the transcript of an interview he gave on Al-Rafidein TV on ...

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The Lessons of St. Paul

The Lessons of St. Paul
September 10, 2008
By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart
Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report
On Sept. 5, two men from Austin, Texas, were charged in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis in connection with a plot to disrupt the Republican National Convention (RNC) held in St. Paul, Minn., last week.

According ...

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Ahmadinejad's New Enemy

September 10, 2008
By Amir Taheri
NY Post
Frontpagemag.com
In one of his last sermons before his death, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini warned of "three threats" to his vision of Islam: the US, the Jews and women.

Two decades later, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad thinks he has the United ...

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Dismantling Yongbyon: Continued US-North Korean Brinkmanship

Dismantling Yongbyon: Continued US-North Korean Brinkmanship
September 3, 2008
INSS Insight No. 71
Landau, Emily B.
In October 2007, in the context of the six-party talks designated to negotiate a solution to its nuclear ambitions, North Korea agreed to disable all its nuclear facilities. Late last year, it indeed started to disable the facilities in ...

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The Civilian Front: In Search of the Right Positioning

The Civilian Front: In Search of the Right Positioning

September 2, 2008
INSS Insight No. 70
Elran, Meir
The Second Lebanon War led to an important if belated update of Israel's national security concept. The continual Hizbollah bombardment of Israeli population centers in the summer of 2006 was a wake-up call for the Israeli public and its decision ...

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The Second Cold War and Corporate Security

The Second Cold War and Corporate Security

September 3, 2008
By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart
Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report
A lot has been written about last month’s conflict between Russia and Georgia, and the continuing tensions in the region. Certainly, there were many important lessons to be gleaned from the conflict ...

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Mouawad: Lebanon and Hezbollah cannot coexist

September 3, 2008
By W. Thomas Smith Jr.
The state of Lebanon and Hezbollah cannot coexist, says Lebanese parliamentarian Nayla Mouawad: A courageous declaration on the part of Mrs. Mouawad considering Hezbollah's increasing, unchecked political/strategic military power in Lebanon and the threats ...

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The Medvedev Doctrine and American Strategy

The Medvedev Doctrine and American Strategy

September 3, 2008
The Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report
by George Friedman
The United States has been fighting a war in the Islamic world since 2001. Its main theaters of operation are in Afghanistan and Iraq, but its politico-military focus spreads throughout the Islamic world, from ...

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