Posts Tagged ‘Ahmadinejad’
“Get ready to live with nuclear Iran” was the title of a recent article by H.D.S. Greenway, in the Boston Globe.
Greenway is not alone in thinking that Iran’s nuclear program is unstoppable. The article below examines the question whether it is simply too late, and the world should switch from preventing a nuclear Iran, to containing it.
Two part panel interview with France24, about the question of nuclear terrorism, Iran, The Pakistani nuclear program and Obama’s new nuclear doctrine.
When it comes to imposing sanctions against Iran, no option will be easy or certain. There is one option however, which could keep Iran’s leadership up at night. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/feb/17/iran-nuclear-regime-west Recent interview with BBC Persian about the possibility of an Iran sponsored attack through Hamas and Hezbollah against Israel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jg2xuhj6hvQ
Please my latest piece below. I wrote it for today, which is the day President Ahmadinejad is to address the Copenhagen summit. It addresses Iran’s right to have nuclear energy.
Ayatollah Khamenei seems to be moving away from Moscow, and towards Ankara. This strategy has its merits, but it won’t be without its own challenges.
Many explanations have until today been provided about Ahmadinejad’s hatred for Israel. However an important one which has rarely ever been mentioned is the fact that he belongs to a group of messianic revolutionaries who follow the teachings of an Iranian philosopher who placed the teachings of a famous neo nazi sympathizer at the center of his studies.
The Daily Telegraph recently published a piece which claims that Ahmadinejad’s family converted from Judaism to Islam after his birth. As the coauthor of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s first biography, I examined the article and its findings.
One of the major consequences of Iran’s recently disclosed nuclear facility in Qom is the review and possible revamp of Iran’s counter-intelligence policies and activities.
Joint interview with Dr Seyed Mohammad Marandi of Tehran University http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip0-AwCRaAg
In Iran, on Qods Day (Jerusalem day- 18th of September) Iranians are told to take to the streets to protest for Palestinian rights. This Qods day is likely to be different. Its more likely to become an anti-Ahmadinejad event than a pro-Palestine gathering. The piece below explains:
This article looks at the changing nature of the Damascus – Tehran relationship and asks whether Iran and Syria are friends, or allies?