Archives for posts with tag: Tehran

Syria Strike – Symbolic or Conflict Altering?

Intervention, even if limited or “measured” has to calculate the possibilities beyond the initial strike from counter-strikes and further escalation by Assad forces, to the diplomatic response of adversaries and hesitant allies.

By, Ambasador Muhamed Sacirbey: Unlike most of American educated ambassadors, I actually also felt American & insisted on maintaining my US citizenship – something I was not only proud but perceived intertwined with representing an aspiringdemocracy, the Republic of Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH), struggling to fend off aggression & genocide. Perhaps it was thus more natural that Zarif, even a couple of years junior to my 34, would become my most frequent contact with Iran.

Blog Report: IRAN NUCLEAR CAT & WORM GAME? By Ambassador Mo
“Disappointing” is how IAEA (International Atomic Energy  Agency) characterized results of talks with Iran regarding inspections related to its nuclear program. It appears though more to be a continuation of a cat & mouse game. –MORE–