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Obama Promoting Susan Rice to National Security Advisor


We need to question why, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at the United Nations, the U.S. delegation under the direct supervision of Ambassador Rice walked out. Read More »

Ahmadinejad Now Open to Talk, Inspections

The Iranian president has stated that inspectors are welcome, and atomic bombs are "retarded." Read More »

Following U.S. Election, Iranian Leaders Refuse Talks

Iran was thought to be willing to negotiate following the U.S. election, but that now seems doubtful. Read More »

Politics Intervenes in Halting the Iranian Nuclear Threat

Political considerations may negativly affect talks with Iran on nuclear proliferation. Read More »

Ahmadinejad’s UN Speech: What the US Delegation Missed

Some of the important words of the Iranian president at the September 26th meeting of the UN General Assembly, with a smattering of editorial opinion. Read More »

Muslim Groups Suspend Syria; Condemn Bloodshed

The world Muslim organizations have taken a stand in considering the bloody revolution in Syria. Read More »

Iran Successfully Launches “The Conqueror”

Iran continues missile testing in the face of threats of a unilateral strike from the West. Read More »

Nuclear War Is Becoming Increasingly Likely in the Middle East

Right now is not a good time to buy real estate in Riyadh or Tehran. Read More »

Ahmadinejad’s Iran Moving Swiftly Toward World-Class Status Among Nations

Iran's charismatic leader has moved to bring Iran and her people into world class citizenry. Read More »

Is Israeli Pressure Behind Iran’s New Willingness to Negotiate?

Now that Iran has demonstrated nuclear skill at energy production, it is asking for new negotiations with the West. Read More »