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Emperor Akihito expresses worries: A chief in the village never sees the devil

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Emperor Akihito expresses worries: A chief in the village never sees the devil

 In a rare TV appearance, Akihito, the emperor of Japan, has expressed his worries about the disaster in his country. His worries mean that the situation is certainly worse than we think. We are still very traumatized by Chernobyl, and it appears that this catastrophe is more serious. By nature, the Japanese are not fatalistic–but […]

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Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

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Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

President Ahmadinejad has offered a one-on-one talk with President Obama in front of the media. The White House has not reacted yet to the offer.  The US and Iran have been sparring over the nuclear issue and also the human rights abuses in Iran. It is unclear what Ahmadinejad expects from Obama. For sure the […]

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Many words do not fill a basket.

Many words do not fill a basket.

Top Israeli and US officials are meeting to discuss the options on the table to engage Iran regarding its nuclear program. We all know that this matter has been in the news for a while. Both sides are not giving any sign of backing up. Iran is claiming that its nuclear program is peaceful. The […]

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Lying and stealing are next door neighbors.

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Lying and stealing are next door neighbors.

The elections in Iran are over. President Ahmadinejad was reelected by a big margin. The news was like a earthquake for his political opponents and also for the rest of the world who saw in this election an opportunity for a regime change in Iran — a hope for a more moderate regime. The rumor […]

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