The International Atomic Energy Agency’s latest report raises alarms that Iran’s production of enriched uranium has sharply increased and provides evidence that Iran has crossed an important threshold in its quest for nuclear weapons.
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Should the CIA Bring Back Cold War-Style Covert Action?
A former member of the CIA’s elite senior intelligence service told LIGNET in an exclusive interview this week that if the CIA hadn’t stopped doing Cold War-style covert action in the mid 70s, we could have avoided 4,000 deaths of U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan and would not find ourselves in a showdown with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran: We would have simply replaced him with a candidate friendly to U.S. interests.
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In Australia, Gillard Victorious But Weakened
Given Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s wide margin of victory today, it might seem that Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, who challenged her, badly miscalculated. But appearances can be deceiving.
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Is Political Change About to Wash Over India?
With balloting underway for the assembly of India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh, Indians are bracing themselves for results that will likely prove decisive in paving the way for the next prime minister.
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|General Yukio Amano, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, speaks to an IAEA meeting in Vienna last November. (SAMUEL KUBANI/AFP/Getty Images)
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