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Iran Reaffirms Offer on Nukes

n his swan song to the UN General Assembly, Iran’s term-limited President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is stirring up the usual media outrage with remarks on gays, freedom of speech and Israel. 559 more words

Government

GARETH PORTER PUTS THE SPOTLIGHT ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF PARCHIN

Few voices in modern-day media state the truth. Even fewer do it as consistently, and as truthfully, as Gareth Porter.

In a follow up to his… 159 more words

Iran's reply (infcirc/786) to Amano (iaea gov/2010/10)

Here is Iran’s reply, to the new director-general of the IAEA, his first report on Iran, a lawyer, who’s been at the IAEA, more than 4 years, with the duty to know the facts, which he decided to lie about, in his report ( 279 more words

“Outgoing ElBaradei toughens language, urges Iran to accept nuclear deal”

“Outgoing ElBaradei toughens language, urges Iran to accept nuclear deal”
November 25-27, 2009
Analysts point out that IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei has toughened his language on Iran and may have “ 216 more words

Iran

“IAEA report expresses concern over Qom plant, stresses stance on Code 3.1”

“IAEA report expresses concern over Qom plant, stresses stance on Code 3.1”
November 16 & 17, 2009
Over a week after IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei said there was “ 251 more words

Iran

“Australia claims diplomatic victory with Iran-Israel meeting”

“Australia claims diplomatic victory with Iran-Israel meeting”
October 16-22, 2009
Daniel Flitton reports that the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (ICNNPD), a joint Australian-Japanese initiative, succeeded in bringing together Israeli and Iranian officials for a “very robust exchange” at a secret international meeting held in Cairo last month ( 186 more words

Iran's International Relations

“US analysts greet draft LEU agreement with caution”

“US analysts greet draft LEU agreement with caution”
October 21, 2009
US analysts are responding to the draft uranium export deal with caution and skepticism. Michael Singh writes that while the deal is a “bold and innovative” move by the US to test Iran’s peaceful intentions, it comes at the cost of legitimizing Iran’s uranium enrichment activities and demoralizing Iran’s opposition movement ( 149 more words

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