Category Archives: Iran

Green (!) Revolution and reminders of why the American system works.

While I haven’t been reading any primary sources about the nascent rebellion amongst Mousavi supporters in Iran, Andrew Sullivan, Justin Gardner at Donklephant and Josh Marshall/TPM have been doing an admirable job following the tweets and reports coming out of … Continue reading

Posted in electioneering, Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad | Leave a comment

Ahmadinejad, Mahmood – (n., proper) – Current President of the Islamic Republic of Iran

As I’ve been perusing the news channels this AM, there’s been a clear want for substantial coverage on Ahmadinejad’s speech at Columbia University yesterday. Take for example the following banner on MSNBC’s Scarborough (blech, to that end) Country: Ahmadinejad gets … Continue reading

Posted in bush, Columbia University, diplomacy, foreign policy, Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad | Leave a comment

Conversations at work

At work I try to stray away from conversations regarding politics, mostly because I’m in Georgia and people down here tend to not be of political stripes and I don’t want to get canned for causing too much unnecessary thinking. … Continue reading

Posted in Afghanistan, discussion, Iran, Iraq | 1 Comment

Bill Richardson’s petition for diplomacy with Iran

Diplomacy, Not Attacks Spread it around, round and round the blogosphere. We can’t let Hot Shots, Part Deux, happen. Ahmadinejad isn’t going to make this easy for our diplomats, either, so we need to be ready to grind this one … Continue reading

Posted in 2008, Bill Richardson, Iran, Tom Vilsack | Leave a comment