What should be reconsidered after the Syrian peace talks in Moscow?

RD WEBCAST: With the first round of Syrian peace talks in Moscow now complete and the second on their way in March, talk is of how to adjust the “Moscow format” to produce a final settlement to the Syrian crisis.

The Geneva format for Syrian peace talks was supposed to pave the road to a comprehensive agreement and, ultimately, a settlement of the Syrian crisis. However, the last meeting in Geneva, which took place a year ago, delivered almost zero results and left the conflict without foreseeable hope for future settlement. In response, Russia’s Foreign Ministry invited Syrian opposition leaders and the Syrian government to sit down and discuss the issues in Moscow from Jan. 26-29.

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Secure Freedom Radio, Women in Iran

Wednesday, June 16, 2010 – Gary Berntsen, Nir Boms, Daniel Blomberg by admin on June 16, 2010 Frank chats with Senate Candidate Gary Berntsen, who discusses New York’s fiscal woes and the continued threat of terrorism. Nir Boms from the Institute for Counter-Terrorism offers his view on Iran and the hardships that Iranian women are facing. Also, Daniel Blomberg from the Alliance Defense Fund speaks about the potential legal and religious implications if the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is repealed.

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Middle Eastern Bloggers – Radio Panel Discussion (Radio Netherlands/VOA)

If their governments had their way, an Israeli, a Syrian and an Iranian wouldn’t be friends, but Nir T Boms, Ahed Al Hendi and Potkin Azarmehr are.

They are from the small but vocal community of bloggers risk imprisonment by communicating with each other and the world through their blogs – together they join Jonathan Groubert about the dangers faced by bloggers in the Middle East.

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Interview with Australian Public Radio, June 17th, 2008

On moderates, extrimists and the Middle East

http://radio.sbs.com.au/language.php?language=Hebrew

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