from Commentaries:

Obama playing a weak hand with Iran

By Paul Taylor
September 15, 2009

The announcement that the major powers, including the United States, are going to open talks with Iran on Oct. 1 ought to be a source of rejoicing. After all, isn't this what much of the world has been urging for several years, while the European Union conducted a frustrating, low-key dialogue like the warm-up band at a rock concert?

from Global News Journal:

Less content, more Merkel in campaign posters

September 14, 2009

With two weeks to go before Germany holds an election, Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives have unveiled a new set of election posters, depicting Merkel, Merkel, and more Merkel.

from Global News Journal:

Germany’s Greens trade in woolly sweaters for business suits

September 11, 2009

Having traded in their woolly sweaters, jeans and sandals for dapper suits and shiny shoes, Germany's Greens are ready for business, claiming that to be the "party that truly knows its economics".

from Global News Journal:

IAEA nations, but not Israel, fete El Baradei in sendoff

September 10, 2009

Some nations who once criticised Mohamed ElBaradei over his approach to Iran's disputed nuclear programme joined a roomful of effusive tributes to the outgoing chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency on Thursday.

from Global News Journal:

IAEA’s ElBaradei knocks heads together on Iran

September 10, 2009

At his penultimate meeting with governors of the U.N. nuclear watchdog before he steps down in November, Mohamed ElBaradei gave diplomats a reminder of the colourful prose and no-nonsense authority they may soon miss.

from The Great Debate:

Nuclear power: pros and cons

By Reuters Staff
September 9, 2009

As part of the Reuters Summit on global climate and alternative energy, Reuters.com asked Carl Pope, executive director of the Sierra Club and Ian Hore-Lacy, director of public communication for the World Nuclear Association to discuss the role of nuclear energy. Here are their responses.

from The Great Debate UK:

Nuclear power: pros and cons

By Reuters Staff
September 9, 2009

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As part of the Reuters Summit on global climate and alternative energy, Reuters.com asked Carl Pope, executive director of the Sierra Club and Ian Hore-Lacy, director of public communication for the World Nuclear Association to discuss the role of nuclear energy. Here are their responses.

from DealZone:

Deals du Jour

September 4, 2009

An employee checks a halogen low energy consumption light bulb at an Osram factory in Molsheim, eastern France December 11, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE)Japan's Toshiba Corp (6502.T) is lining up a bid for French nuclear group Areva's (CEPFi.PA) power grid that could be worth over $5 billion according to Reuters sources.

from Pakistan: Now or Never?:

Graphic: Pakistani nuclear facilities

By Reuters Staff
August 13, 2009

from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

Israel’s Chosen Weapon Against Iran– memory sticks?

July 8, 2009

IRAN-ELECTION/FACEBOOKYesterday Reuters reported US President Barack Obama emphatically stating that Joe Biden's comments this week on ABC were not a "green light" to Israel to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities. Yet he did reiterrate Biden's argument that Washington cannot "dictate to other countries what their security interests are."