A Monday Iran Link Or Two

From Arutz Sheva:

‘Iran is still making extensive attempts to acquire materials to further its nuclear program, even after signing a deal promising its curtailment, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has warned, according to i24news.

The German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) said in an annual report it has detected extensive Iranian attempts to acquire illicit materials in Germany, “especially goods that can be used in the field of nuclear technology.”

From a reader-Henry Kissinger as of October 16th of 2015:

But the current crisis is taking place in a world of nontraditional nuclear and cyber technology. As competing regional powers strive for comparable threshold capacity, the nonproliferation regime in the Middle East may crumble. If nuclear weapons become established, a catastrophic outcome is nearly inevitable. A strategy of pre-emption is inherent in the nuclear technology. The U.S. must be determined to prevent such an outcome and apply the principle of nonproliferation to all nuclear aspirants in the region.

On ISIS, with Sky news, more recently:

On Niall Ferguson’s new Biography- ‘Kissinger: Volume I: The Idealist.1923-1968:’

FT review. 

The Economist

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Henry Kissinger & George Schulz Via The WSJ: ‘The Iran Deal And Its Consequences’

3 Comments

Hi there! Your blog looks interesting; replete with current affairs and politics. I’ve also read Henry Kissinger’s book World Order, which I reviewed in https://abucketofsaltblog.wordpress.com/2016/06/04/why-america-must-face-the-contradictions-in-its-foreign-policy/ You may be interested in this – hope you read & looking forward to hear your thoughts!

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