Monthly Archives: January 2012

American double standard On Nuclear Question between Iran and Israel

Ac. Krtashivananda

The West raised an alarm that Iran is secretly trying to build nuclear weapons in violation of its obligations under the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, though Iran itself has declared it in a letter to IAEA on 21st Nov.
Meanwhile, the six countries that abstained from today’s vote were Afghanistan, Brazil, Egypt, Pakistan, South Africa, and Turkey.
Those who voted against the censure measure – Venezuela, Malaysia, and Cuba – are all developing countries in a bloc with Iran. They called the resolution provocative and counterproductive. Iranian officials say the IAEA resolution will undermine its relations with the UN nuclear watchdog. Continue reading

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Durban Climate: A Death Sentence for Africa

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by Ac. Krtashivananda The Durban Climate Deal And Eight Corporate Media Unmentionables The UN climate summit in Durban, South Africa, ended with one of those marathon all-night negotiations that the media love so much. The outcome was a commitment to talk about a legally-binding deal to cut carbon emissions – by both developed and developing countries – that would be agreed by 2015 and come into effect by 2020. It was about as torturous and … Continue reading

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