Iran Military Appraisal Required for First Time in U.S. Measure
Bloomberg / bloomberg
02-Nov-2009 (2 comments)

 Iran’s military will be subject for the first time to the kind of U.S. scrutiny reserved for China’s expanding forces as lawmakers seek more accurate assessments of the Persian Gulf oil power’s strengths and strategy.

Congress ordered an annual report on Iranian military goals and capabilities, including the country’s missile and nuclear programs, in a provision tucked into a 1,200-page measure authorizing defense spending. President Barack Obama signed the bill into law last week.

The demand for the analysis reflects lawmakers’ concerns that periodic U.S. intelligence estimates focusing on Iran’s nuclear efforts are too limited in scope. The U.S. and nations in Europe and the Middle East see current and potential threats from Iran, including its support of designated terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah, interference in Ir... >>>

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Farhad Kashani

Shah Gholam, Oh yeah,

by Farhad Kashani on

Shah Gholam,

Oh yeah, Iran’s outdated Russian military technology is a “serious business”!! IRI plundering Iran’s resources to buy thrown away Chinese military junk technology is “serious business”!!!!

What’s serious is that IRI has brainwashed some to think that your job in the world is to sacrifice other Iranians and your country towards satisfying some misguided anti American desires. That’s what really sad.


What power?

by پیام on

Or did you mean the lack of it?