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Obama Promoting Susan Rice to National Security Advisor

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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 »