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May 2007

Wolfowitz' Girlfrend is an 'Arab Sellout'

May 30, 2007 // Al Ahram - Egypt - English

"Corruption at home and aggression abroad to cover it up," mused wartime British leader Sir Winston Churchill. "Sentiments by the bucketful, patriotism by the imperial pint; the open hand at the public exchequer ... " Churchill's insightful observation about the warped vagaries of the British Conservative Party could [Read more]

Beware America 's Motives for Holding Talks With Iran

May 28, 2007 // Baztab News - Iran - English

Now that it's certain that Iran and the United States will hold talks soon, both sides emphasize that the negotiations will focus only on Iraq. It seems that as a whole, people in the Islamic Republic agree that Iran should negotiate with the United States on the issue of Iraq. But the precondition that talks should [Read more]

Beware America 's Motives for Holding Talks With Iran

May 20, 2007 // Baztab News - Iran - English

Now that it's certain that Iran and the United States will soon hold talks, both sides emphasize that the negotiations will focus only on Iraq. It seems that as a whole, people in the Islamic Republic agree that Iran should negotiate with the United States on the issue of Iraq. But the pre-condition that talks should [Read more]

It Was No Red Dress That Scuttled U.S.-Iran Talks …

May 18, 2007 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

Bringing together leaders from Iraq and other surrounding nations, the conference in Sharm El-Sheikh had a very busy agenda. The task was momentous and all of the key dignitaries were there. Then a woman in red spoiled it all. According to media reports, that woman appears to have scuttled a much-awaited meeting [Read more]

Iranian Lawmakers Sound Off on Talks With Washington

May 16, 2007 // Baztab News - Iran - English

Iran has officially agreed to Washington's request to hold direct talks over Iraq. In interviews with the Mehr News Agency, some lawmakers welcomed the decision, other criticized it, and still others said that the talks must not only benefit the United States, but must bring tangible results for Iran. [Read more]

It Was No Red Dress That Scuttled U.S.-Iran Talks …

May 16, 2007 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

Bringing together leaders from Iraq and other surrounding nations, the conference in Sharm El-Sheikh had a very busy agenda. The task was momentous and all of the key dignitaries were there. Then a woman in red spoiled it all. According to media reports, that woman appears to have scuttled a much-awaited meeting [Read more]

Iraqis 'Must Confront Their Fate Alone'

May 13, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - Arabic

The agreement in principal between Tehran and Washington to hold talks over Iraq means that there is a “piece of the Iraqi pie” that both sides feel they have the right to control, and which in all likelihood spans the entire country. It seems that the dispute continues to revolve around the size of the "pie" and [Read more]

Iraqis 'Must Confront Their Fate Alone'

May 13, 2007 // Azzaman - Iraq - Arabic

The agreement in principal between Tehran and Washington to hold talks over Iraq means that there is a “piece of the Iraqi pie” that both sides feel they have the right to control, and which in all likelihood spans the entire country. It seems that the dispute continues to revolve around the size of the "pie" and [Read more]
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