CAN THE NAM SUMMIT BRIDGE THE IRAN-EGYPT GAP?

September 28th, 2012

The NAM Summit, Iran, and Syria, A Coup against the West? – Published on Voltairenet.org, by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, Sept. 26, 2012.

The following article was written by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya before the non-aligned summit. It helps to understand the issues that were at stake and, in retrospect, to appraise Iran’s success. The Movement has been reactivated and a permanent secretariat established, to be chaired for the next three years by Iran, Egypt and Venezuela. Defying the U.S. verboten, the Egyptian President traveled to Tehran.  

While he vented his disagreement over Syria, in a significant move he also restored diplomatic relations with Iran. Ultimately, Tehran put Cairo in the limelight to nudge it toward an independent stance where it could act as a counterweight to Riyadh … //

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Links:

MADE BY THE USA: Manufacturing Failed States, on Voltairenet.org, by Edward S. Herman, September 23, 2012:

Non-Aligned Movement NAM; on en.wikipedia and their External Links and videos;

LAUNCHING THE U.S. TERROR WAR, on Voltairenet.org, by Peter Dale Scott:

LE LANCEMENT DE LA GUERRE DE TERREUR DES ÉTATS-UNIS, dans Voltairenet.org (d’abord dans The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, March 19, 2012), par Peter Dale Scott:

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