Monthly Archives: September 2008

Iran Panel Covered in Purdue Chronicle: Kirstein Refers to U.S. “racism” as “demonic”, “irrational.”

Panel discusses U.S., Iran relations By: Calvin Davis Issue date: 9/29/08 Section: News Media Credit: Rick Baultewicz {L to R} Moderator Yahya Kamalipour awaits answers on Iran from panelists Christopher Preble of the Cato Institute, PUC professor Richard Rupp and … Continue reading

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Iran Panel at Purdue Press Account: Kirstein “Dead Babies” Quoted

Negotiations, not war, needed with Iran BY LU ANN FRANKLIN Times Correspondent | Friday, September 26, 2008 Iran will actively pursue nuclear weapons of mass destruction to deter the United States and Israel from military strikes against its sovereignty. And … Continue reading

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U.S. Made Iran’s Nuclear Bed: Now The Chickens Come Home to Roost.

Natanz is where nuclear enrichment via the gaesous centrifuge process occurs. Uranium is converted into a gas and U-235 isotopes which are only .7% of natural uranium is increased as U-238 isotopes which is 99.3% are whirled to the wall. At … Continue reading

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Kirstein to Appear Sept. 25 on Purdue University Iran Panel

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Islamic Republic of Iran Professor to participate in  US-Iran Conflicts discussion Peter N. Kirstein, professor of history at SXU, will appear on a panel to discuss “U.S.-Iran Conflicts: Confrontation or Negotiation?” This event is sponsored by the Center for … Continue reading

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Kirstein Interviewed on “Lessons” of 9/11 Incident

    “Lessons learned since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001”   SouthtownStar, September 7, 2008 A6   By Lauren FitzPatrick and Kim Janssen   Osama Bin Laden’s on the loose. There were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Al-Qaida … Continue reading

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