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118 UN members reaffirm support for Iran’s N-program

Posted by seumasach on March 4, 2010


4th March, 2010

As the West pushes for new sanctions against Iran, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) moves to issue a new statement, voicing its support for Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.

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The Non-Aligned Movement: A Chance for a Multipolar World

Posted by smeddum on September 30, 2009

Anton Caragea

September 28, 2009

In 1955, when the founding fathers of the Non-Aligned Movement (N.A.M.) held their first meeting in the now-famous Bandung Gathering, the role of the N.A.M. seemed clear: prevention of a new war. In a world already savagely ravaged by the Second World War, the U.S.S.R. and the United States embarked on a new kind of military and political confrontation: Cold War. So the role and the place of a non-aligned movement were clear and easy to carve—keeping the two opposing blocs in equilibrium and preventing the Cold War from becoming a nuclear war. Read the rest of this entry »

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