Voltaire Network

Islamic Republic of Iran

Can the NAM Summit bridge the Iran-Egypt Gap?
The NAM Summit, Iran, and Syria: A Coup against the West?
by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
Iran's strategic diplomatic victory over Washington-Israeli Axis New York (USA) | 10 September 2012
Iran chaired, hosted and led the recently rejuvenated Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) meeting in Tehran, attended by delegates from 120 countries, including 31 heads of state and 29 foreign secretaries of state. Even the United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon, notorious mouthpiece of Washington, felt obligated to address a forum attended by two-thirds of the member countries of the UN, despite State Department and Israeli objections. Any objective evaluation of the meeting, its venue, the attendance, resolutions and political impact leads to one paramount conclusion: the NAM meeting was a strategic diplomatic victory for Iran and a major defeat for the US, Israel and the European Union. The entire US-Israeli-EU diplomatic and propaganda effort to isolate and stigmatize Iran, especially over the past decade, was (...)