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Iran exposed again

After so many busts so far, we have witnessed a new embarrassment to Iran’s image at the international scene. Unlike in previous cases when the Islamic leadership made up excuses, most of which were twice as lame as they could be legitimate (the laptop possession denial, the timely confession about the underground facility), this time it hasn’t made a minimum effort to conceal the essence behind another unsuccessful operation. Continue reading


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Back to Iran and its nuclear program ‘for peaceful purposes’

Breaking news today inform people all over the world about a concealed nuclear facility in Iran. This time the Iranian leadership was kind enough to be the first to let the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) know about the underground facility. Is that so, though? Continue reading


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The Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran

The Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran is a must read for those of you who want to get more insider’s information about the Islamic regime in Iran. I thank Dima Grozeva for giving it to me to read it for the summer. It was written not a long time ago (2007) which goes to show once again that in order to analyze current political, social, even economic, situations – it is very much recommended to know the past. Continue reading


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Bill Clinton’s role in North Korea both primary and secondary

Top news these days is the release of Laura Ling (32) and Euna Lee (36) from North Korea by former President Bill Clinton. The two U.S. journalists allegedly crossed into the Secret State from China in order to collect material for a report about trafficking of North Korean women into China. What impact did Bill Clinton have on their release?

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Enough with utopia, back to reality (WMDs)








James R. Schlesinger, a man with a lot of experience in U.S. and global politics, is trying to open our eyes about the reality of the nuclear weapons and their use.

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