Posts Tagged ‘ NATO ’

Iran: Smoke, No Fire

January 5, 2012
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Under cover of all the smoke billowing from the much-heralded but not exactly ‘long-range’ missiles in the Strait of Hormuz, what’s going on? The newspapers are filled with pronouncements by high-up and sometimes rival Iranian officials.  Their message, a savage, world-shaking threat:  No more sanctions, no interference in Iran, Syria or their other international...

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Why Worry? The Saga of the Iranian Nuclear Bomb

November 8, 2011
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Why Worry? The Saga of the Iranian Nuclear Bomb

So will Israel strike Iran’s nuclear facilities, or won’t she? Eight years is a long time to play ‘she loves me, she loves me not ‘ and the daisy’s petals have long since fallen, crumbled and gone.  However, the leaders of the free world are still passing around the daisy and pretending to see...

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And Tomorrow is Monday….UN, Cyprus, Turkey, Greece, Israel, EU and US in Multilateral Crisis

September 19, 2011
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Exclusive Territorial Agreement

Monday:  If Cyprus begins to drill for gas as planned on Monday, Turkish PM Erdogan has threatened to take military action against Cyprus, Greece and Israel. AND/OR he  will begin drilling illegally off the coast of Cyprus with military protection.  Turkish planes and frigates are already in place in proximity to Israeli ships and...

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Renegotiate Israel’s Peace Treaty with Egypt?

September 1, 2011
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Saadat Carter Begin

Israel’s Border with Sinai, Egypt Even prior to the vicious attack on Israeli civilians along the Israeli-Egyptian border, it was clear that the Sinai border was not being defended adequately.  However, from 1979 until recently, it had indeed been a peaceful border with few exceptions, drawing tourists from Israel and abroad.  However, over the...

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ISRAEL IN SIGHT