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12 Jan 2011

Netanyahu: WikiLeaks showed three top issues in Mideast are Iran, Iran, Iran

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told foreign journalists Tuesday that the American diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks showed that Iran and its nuclear program were the primary concern for leaders in the Middle East.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told foreign journalists Tuesday that the American diplomatic cables released by...

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4 Jan 2011

Iran hard-liners blocked nuclear fuel swap deal, WikiLeaks cables reveal

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sought some kind of nuclear fuel swap deal more than a year ago, but faced internal pressures from hard-liners who viewed it as a "virtual defeat," according to U.S. diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sought some kind of nuclear fuel swap deal more than a year ago, but faced...
28 Dec 2010

Former National Security Council member Gary Sick on WikiLeaks, Iran and the Arab world

What do you think of the cable in WikiLeaks about King Abdullah s statement on Iran? Of course this is nothing new. We have long known that most Arab governments are scared of a nuclear Iran. At the same time, the Iranian government doesn t really care about such opinions. Do you think such leaks create more friction between Iran and its neighbors?
What do you think of the cable in WikiLeaks about King Abdullah s statement on Iran? Of course this is nothing new. We...

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13 Dec 2010

Italy PM said ‘not even Obama can stop Israeli attack on Iran’

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi told U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates last February that no one could stop Israel from attacking Iran if it feels an existential threat, according to a classified cable released by WikiLeaks.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi told U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates last February that no one could stop...
6 Dec 2010

When the Nuclear Deal Almost Unraveled…Because Qadhafi Couldn’t Camp in New York

In November 2009, six years after the government of Libya first agreed to disarm its nuclear weapons program, Libyan nuclear workers wheeled the last of their country's highly enriched uranium out in front of the Tajoura nuclear facility, just east of Tripoli. U.S. and Russian officials overseeing Libya's disarmament began preparations to ship this final batch of weapons-grade nuclear material to Russia, where it would be treated and destroyed.
In November 2009, six years after the government of Libya first agreed to disarm its nuclear weapons program, Libyan...

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