In the press - part II

October 15, 2006 13:16
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In the press - Part I brings you an updated glimpse of the editorial and opinion articles that had been published on the Iranian nuclear threat in major publications in the US, UK, the Arab world and other international newspapers

The United States

The New York Times: Wanted: Scarier Intelligence The Washington Post: Ahmadinejad's Gauntlet The Washington Times: Questions for Ahmadinejad The Los Angeles Times: Speaking With the Enemy Chicago Tribune: Misreading Iranian threat Boston Globe: Iran's unsubtle leader

The United Kingdom

The Times: Iran impasse The Observer: Let's bolster this subterranean shift in US foreign policy while we can The Daily Telegraph: Security Council must meet Iran's challenge Financial Times: Iran: the least bad option

Arab World

Al-Ahram: (Egypt) Iran, Lebanon and oil Middle East Times (Egypt) Risk of misreading US-Iran dispute Dar Al-Hayat: (Lebanon) Just Psychological Warfare Arab Times: (Kuwait) Teheran suffers from fatal arrogance


Hindustan Times: (India) Why not talk it out? Sydney Morning Herald: (Australia) How not to win the Iran debate Asia Times Online: New 'winning strategy', same old war Deutche Welle: (Germany) Iran Lacking in Diplomacy

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