from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

Hot button issue

June 2, 2009

Not the best day at the office yesterday for Benjamin Netanyahu. For a man with one finger on the button of Israel's presumed nuclear deterrent and the other wagging warningly at Iran, there are better ways to inspire confidence than getting your buttons mixed up in public.

from The Great Debate UK:

Justification of new nuclear power in the UK

May 26, 2009

Paul Dorfman- Paul Dorfman is with the Nuclear Consultation Group and a senior research fellow at the University of Warwick. The opinions expressed are his own.

from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

Managing the message

May 21, 2009

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Gone were the track suit, the back-slapping and the wise-cracking, all part of Ehud Olmert's casual demeanor when he used to fly to the United States for White House talks and stand in the back of a chartered El Al plane, fielding questions from the travelling press.

from The Great Debate UK:

Breaking the deadlock on nuclear disarmament

May 20, 2009

John Duncan - John Duncan is the United Kingdom Ambassador for Multilateral Arms Control and Disarmament. He comments regularly via Twitter and on his own Blog. The opinions expressed are his own. -

from The Great Debate:

Iran sanctions and wishful thinking

By Reuters Staff
May 7, 2009

Bernd Debusmann - Great Debate
-- Bernd Debusmann is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --

from The Great Debate UK:

Iran sanctions and wishful thinking

By Reuters Staff
May 7, 2009

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Bernd Debusmann - Great Debate
-- Bernd Debusmann is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --

from Pakistan: Now or Never?:

Nuclear South Asia: Iran fires a shot at India

May 4, 2009

Iran looks like it will come out swinging at a global conference on the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) opening in New York on Monday, and in the process take a swipe at Israel as well as India.

from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

Want peace? Blunt Iran, Netanyahu aide says

March 14, 2009

As Benjamin Netanyahu's top pick for national security adviser, Uzi Arad will be key to crafting the foreign and defence policies of the incoming Israeli government.

from Global News Journal:

Politics and paranoia complicate IAEA’S work on Iran, Syria

February 27, 2009

The U.N. nuclear non-proliferation watchdog assiduously guards its impartiality as it monitors and investigates disputed activity in Iran and Syria, with suspicious Western powers impatient for the inspectors to draw conclusions.

from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

Israeli rhetoric on Iran can lack consistency

February 18, 2009

Veiled threats require calibration. Too explicit, and they risk spilling over into uncontrolled confrontation. Too elliptical, and their impact might be lost entirely.