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+ IRANIAN CRISIS CATCHES THE TURKISH GOVERNMENT OFF GUARD JUNE 19, 2009 By Svante E. CORNELLISSUED BY ISDP, TURKEY ANALYIST

After two decades of deep tensions with Iran, the AKP government has largely rebuilt relations with Turkey?s historical rival and neighbor. Yet its responses to the Iranian crisis ? in which Prime Minister Erdo?an was embarrassingly among the first to congratulate Mahmoud Ahmadinejad upon his highly

+ THE NUCLEAR VIRUS/ IS PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE? NOVEMBER 9, 2006 By Siddhartha S. Bhadrakumar

Is mankind on the brink of nuclear Armageddon or can we bridle the nuclear genie?. The nuclear age dawned on mankind during and after the Second World War. Some saw the frightening consequences of the use of nuclear weapons in that epochal conflict. International politics however appears to have wok

+ REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS : INTERACTION & ENCOUNTER OF STRATEGIES 28 NOVEMBER 2005 Text of Speech by H.E.Mr.Mottaki

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran at The 13th International Conference on Central Asia and the Caucasus Tehran, November 7-8,2005 In the Name of the Almighty God Distinguished Audience Honored Guests Ladies and Gentlemen I am pleased to have the opportunity on the occ

+ ABOUT THE IRANIAN SHIA'S 09 AUGUST 2005 Prof.Dr.M.Saffet SARIKAYA

Iran with its Shia population, which has a different kind of mind from the rest of the Moslem world, is an important geography. The time period when this cult has become more determined is mostly based to the times of Safevis. Nevertheless, the birth of Shi?i and the mixture with the Farisi characte

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