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By Kayhan Barzegar Director of the Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies, Tehran; Former Belfer Center Research Fellow in the Managing the Atom Project and International Security Program Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s trip to Iran for the Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) … Continue reading
By Richard Clarke Listening to Iran’s president Ahmadinejad deny the Holocaust or claim 9-11 was a US plot, most people correctly regard him as a dangerous kook and a product of the corrupt political system that runs Iran. In addition … Continue reading
By Olli J. Heinonen Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs According to Agence France Press, on Oct. 4 Iran’s President Ahmadinejad stated, “If they give us the 20 percent (enriched) fuel, we will immediately halt 20 percent … Continue reading