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Behind Stretch of Dual-Track Approach against Iran (2)

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TEHRAN, May 4 (ICANA) – Iran's Majlis (Parliament) Research Center (MRC) disclosed the identities of the most influential Americans and research institutes that play critical roles in shaping U.S. sanction policies against Iran.
Wednesday, May 04, 2011 8:11:09 PM
Behind Stretch of Dual-Track Approach against Iran (2)

These centers from which the anti-Iran ideas emanate include research institutes, the Israeli lobby, the corporate and Zionist mass media, Congresspersons and the architects of sanction stratagems in the congress and administration.

US politicians working with the country’s think tanks have a great impact on policy-making, both directly and indirectly. These politicians called Sezar group in US public diplomacy, have special relations with CIA related research institutes and AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee). In fact, they are the architects of the dual-track approach towards Tehran’s peaceful nuclear activities and its adjunct and energy-related industries.

Gary Seymour, the White House Coordinator for control over armaments, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and terrorism is one of the prominent characters in the Sezar group. He is a supporter of additional sanctions on Tehran with the intention of forcing it to accept the fuel swap exchange, based on the French model.

Dennis B. Ross, special adviser to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia (which includes Iran) is also one of the members of the Sezar group.  Ross is an American diplomat and author who has served as the Director of Policy Planning in the State Department under President George H. W. Bush, and the special Middle East coordinator under President Bill Clinton. He has special relations with AIPAC.

He works to convince the region’s Arab countries that Iran is a danger to them and in this way get the Arab governments to support the imposed sanctions. He has pushed for the harshest sanctions against Iran’s energy sector, with the aim of forcing  Tehran to abandon its nuclear program.

John O. Brennan is one of the leading US political figures who believes in psychological war against Iran; he constructs an evil image of Tehran as a country that supports terrorist groups like Al-Qaida and other military groups against world peace.

Brennan is a chief counter-terrorism advisor to Obama; officially his title is Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and Assistant to the President. His area of responsibilities includes overseeing plans to protect the country from terrorist activities, responding to natural disasters, and meeting with the President daily. In his former capacity, he advised Obama on foreign policy and intelligence issues during the 2008 presidential campaign and transition period. Brennan withdrew his name from consideration for Director of the CIA in the new Obama administration over concerns about his views regarding the CIA under President George W. Bush. Instead, Brennan was appointed Deputy National Security Advisor, a position that did not require Senate confirmation.

Daniel Bruce Poneman is currently the United States Deputy Secretary of Energy. Poneman believes by persuading Russia to revise its close relations with Tehran that can help the U.S. isolation plan very much. He has advocated sanctions against Iranian industries as more effective than other kinds of sanctions.

Since 2001, Poneman has been the head of the Scowcroft Group, a business advisory firm in Washington D.C. Prior to that, Poneman was also a partner in the law firm of Hogan and Hartson. In the period between 1993 and 1996, Poneman served as Special Assistant to the president and Senior Director for Nonproliferation and Export Controls at the National Security Council. He joined the staff in the1990’s as the Director of Defense Policy and Arms Control, after serving also as a White House Fellow in the United States Department of Energy.

Jeffrey A. Bader has been the senior director for Asian affairs on the National Security Council in the Obama Administration and a former United States Ambassador to Namibia. His main activities against Iran are directed toward forcing China to distance itself from the Iran’s energy market by directing Beijing towards the Persian Gulf Energy Market. Using the Taiwan issue to put pressure on China is the cornerstone of his hypothesis.

Bader retired from his career in Foreign Service in 2002 and later joined the Brookings Institution, where he was the director of John L. Thornton China Center. In 2009, he was appointed as a senior director for Asian affairs on the National Security Council under the Obama Administration.

Daniel B. Shapiro, the senior director for the Middle East and North Africa on the United States National Security Council, is among the architects of sanctions stratagems in the US government. Dividing the regional resistance to the Zionist regime and specially driving a wedge between Syria and Iran and isolating Tehran from its regional allies, is the cornerstone of Shapiro’s plan for restricting Iran as a rising power in the region. 

Shapiro is a foreign policy specialist with expertise on the Middle East. On March 9, 2011, the White House announced that Obama has nominated him to be the next U.S. ambassador to the Zionist regime. The nomination has to be confirmed by the Senate. Shapiro is active in the Washington Jewish community and speaks fluent Hebrew and some Arabic.

Puneet Talwar is the US National Security Council director with responsibilities for Iran, Iraq, and the Persian Gulf countries. Supporting smart sanctions and political dissidents inside Iran are the strategies of Talwar’s policy towards Iran.

He is a long-time advisor to the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Middle East, Iraq and Iran issues.

Richard Charles Albert Holbrooke, former US president special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, who died last year, was a great advocate of economic sanctions against Iran. He was a longstanding antagonist to the peace pipeline between Iran, Pakistan and India and made every effort to impede the advancement of the deal between these three regional countries.

Dennis Cutler Blair is the former United States Director of National Intelligence and is a retired United States Navy admiral. He is one of the leading US politicians who prepared the psychological milieu for increasing sanctions against Iran both in the United States of America and the international community.

He was confirmed by the United States Senate to serve in the Obama administration as DNI on January 28, 2009 and took office the next day. He was fired by President Obama on May 20, 2010, effective May 28. (Raja News)

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