Monday, September 17, 2007


Post Global: U.S. Engage or Isolate Iran?
Flying home from Los Angeles, I work to fit together the pieces of my visit with Iranian Americans there. It's more complicated than I expected. There are some constants: Everyone I spoke to wanted the current theocracy in Iran to loosen up on its own people and open up to the world, including America. At the same time, everyone I spoke to opposed war vehemently, saying a U.S. attack would prove catastrophic for both nations. Read More Here.

The New York Times: After Talk of War, Cooler Words in France on Iran
MOSCOW, Sept. 17 — France’s foreign minister, Bernard Kouchner, sought Monday to tone down remarks he made in a radio and television interview the day before that the world had to prepare for possible war against Iran. …..Read More.

Guardian: Drift into war with Iran out of control, says UN
AP: Abizaid: World Could Abide Nuclear Iran
ARAB News: Saber Rattling Against Iran: Real or Bluff?
Reuters: UAE's Etisalat, MTC bid for Qatar mobile licence
Gulf News: UAE bourses maintain tight range to end in positive territory

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