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August 31, 2012

by Shmuel Rosner

August 31, 2012 | 3:41 am

Mitt Romney waves as he arrives onstage to accept the nomination during the final session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, August 30, 2012. (Photo: Reuters)

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Five Reasons Why the Assad Regime Survives

The Syrian president has created a situation which could mean the survival of his regime - in one form or another - for quite some time, writes Tony Karon in TIME

[T]here may be more than empty braggadocio to Assad’s claim that, from his regime’s point of view, “the situation is better now.” That’s because although his forces are unlikely to ever restore Assad’s authoritarian control over all of Syria or to pummel the rebellion into submission, at the same time there’s little sign right now of the Syrian rebels or their regional and international backers being able to muster the knockout punch that topples the regime.


Further Moves toward an Iranian Nuclear Weapons Breakout Capability: The New IAEA Report on Iran

Anthony H. Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies breaks down the contents of the IAEA report on Iran’s nuclear activity.

The IAEA also reports that Iran is making significant progress in developing more efficient centrifuges, which would allow it to move forward far more quickly as well as conceal its enrichment efforts more easily, and has three even more efficient centrifuges in development. These efforts could make it much harder to detect Iran’s future weapons-grade enrichment efforts and allow it to disperse its enrichment activities more and/or carry them out in much smaller sheltered or mountain facilities than its existing IR-1 centrifuges.

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