I am delighted to offer here the link to last night’s Spotlight program on Iran’s Press TV. The show opened with a discussion of the failure of the United Nations to address Israel’s nuclear arsenal and moved much more broadly to the U.S. trillion dollar program to renovate its nuclear arms, then to the increased military and economic security of Iran today following conclusion of arms and energy investment memoranda of understanding with Russia and China that owed their signing to Russia’s ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine.
Key concepts: hypocrisy is the small change of diplomacy, and bullies are by definition cowards
Gilbert Doctorow is an independent political analyst based in Brussels. He chose this third career of 'public intellectual' after finishing up a 25 year career as corporate executive and outside consultant to multinational corporations doing business in Russia and Eastern Europe which culminated in the position of Managing Director, Russia during the years 1995-2000. He has publishied his memoirs of his 25 years of doing business in and around the Soviet Union/Russia, 1975 - 2000. Memoirs of a Russianist, Volume I: From the Ground Up was published on 10 November 2020. Volume II: Russia in the Roaring 1990s was released in February 2021. A Russian language edition in a single 780 page volume was published by Liki Rossii in St Petersburg in November 2021: Россия в бурные 1990е: Дневники, воспоминания, документы.
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2 thoughts on “Iran’s Press TV: discussion of Nuclear Arms in Israel and the Middle East”
Hypocracy is the small change of diplomacy.
I found your comments about Israel most interesting, though I doubt, that the USA ever will abandon its “unsinkable aircraft carrier,” and Israel likely will go nuclear at the slightest threat of defeat.
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