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A disaster in the making for Europe
By William Keegan
I have heard alarming suggestions that Blair has been talking in private about the possibility of some sort of strike against Iran. This would be the last straw for his relations with the rest of Europe, not to say his own party. So we must be reassured by Foreign Secretary Jack Straw's firm declaration last week that he did not see 'any circumstances' that would justify such a move.
The Observer

Time limit should be set on N-talks': Kissinger
Iran Mania

Iran wants China to replace Japan as top oil importer
Channel NewsAsia

China Seeks to Avoid Iran Nuclear Issue
Iranian.ws

Time for US to come to terms with 'humiliation' in Iran - Brzezinski
Payvand.com

China to develop Iran oil field
BBC News

Iran's debate about nuclear power
The Economist

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