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War games over Iran: Rhetoric and realities

By Ameen Izzadeen In the realm of international relations, Games Theory refers two speeding cars on a collision course. One must swerve. Otherwise both drivers will die. As they started the game they were determined not to swerve. When the … Continue reading

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Hiroshima: the humbug and the hypocrisy

By Ameen Izzadeen This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka on August 13, 2010 The Japanese are a great people. Their greatness comes in their ability to forgive the United States for its blatant terrorism on Hiroshima … Continue reading

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Mystery of Amiri, U.S. credibility and the political nuclear bomb

This article first appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka, of July 16, 2010 By Ameen Izzadeen There’s more to it than what meets the eye. Nowhere can the phrase be more apt than in politics where honesty is a … Continue reading

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