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Iran's Velvet Revolution?

13:48 10 June in Latest, Politics
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By Jeremy Gillick What will change if Mirhossein Mousavi, a former Iranian Prime Minister, a "moderate," and the primary challenger to reigning Iranian president and rabble-rouser Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, wins this Friday's much-hyped Iranian election? Will Iran abandon it's nuclear program or change its position vis-a-vis Israel...

UN Racism Conference Starts Today–Ahmadinejad Accuses Israel of Genocide

14:41 20 April in Latest, Politics
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By Benjamin Schuman-Stoler [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="322" caption="European delegates walk out during Ahmadinejad's speech (via JTA)"][/caption] Well, it's not as if the United Nations Durban II conference against racism was ever going to avoid controversy. The primary storyline going into the conference was the contentious--if not by any...

Rosen's Revenge

15:01 12 March in Latest, Politics
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By Jeremy Gillick In August of 2005 the United States made an unlikely indictment: following an FBI raid on AIPAC's offices, it accused Steve Rosen, one of the pro-Israel group's most senior and influential lobbyists, of passing classified information leaked to him by a Pentagon analyst...