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The Case of Lyse Doucet

Looking behind the scenes of recent Iran crisis coverage, we were unpleasantly surprised to see that media integrity – not only impartiality – continues to deteriorate. As expected, the Almaty 2 talks were covered by the cream of the journalistic

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Posted in BBC, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Other News

The Dark Side of Salehi

While all eyes were focused on Almaty, Iran’s slick Foreign Minister Salehi let his guard down – in German, in Vienna. The English-language media totally missed it, which is what we’re here for (and not for the first time). Salehi

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Posted in Ali Akbar Salehi, Other News

Full speed ahead for Iran

Reuters  and AFP led the way this week with the timely and responsible report that: “Iran said on Wednesday it had started installing a new generation of machines for enriching uranium, an announcement likely to annoy the West and complicate efforts

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Posted in Iranian Internal Issues

A bad week for the Iranian regime; a mixed week for the New York Times

In what was an embarrassing week for the New York Times and its reporting on Iran, the Iranian leadership once again showed its true colors.  In his NYT article, David Sanger presents an Iran willing to compromise on its program;

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Posted in Military
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