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Yves Thréard: L’Iran reste un régime foncièrement néfaste et destructeur

Yves Thréard, éditorialiste et chroniqueur au Figaro, participait le 12 juin à un colloque organisé par la Fondation d’Études sur le Moyen-Orient autour de la problématique du programme nucléaire iranien et la lutte contre l’extrémisme islamiste. Parmi les autres intervenants à ce colloque également, Howard Dean, ancien président du Parti démocrate américain, Struan Stevenson, ancien président de la délégation du Parlement européen pour les relations avec l'Irak, Frédéric Encel, directeur de séminaire à l'Institut Français de Géopolitique, l’Ambassadeur Lincoln Bloomfield Jr., ancien adjoint pour les affaires politiques et militaires du Département d'État.

 

 

 

Ambassador Ken Blackwell: Regime change is what is needed

Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Human Rights Commission Ken Blackwell told a panel session in Paris on June 12 that regime change was needed, and we must get there by any means necessary. “That’s the only way that you’re going to bring stability back to the neighborhood of the Middle East”, he said. The event was organized by “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) on “Policy on Iran and Countering Islamic Extremism” and was chaired by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield Jr., former US Special Envoy and Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs. 

 

 

 

Struan Stevenson: Wrong policy in Iraq and Iran benefited mullahs

Addressing a panel session in Paris on June 12, Struan Stevenson, former president of the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with Iraq, said that the US and Europe had pursued the wrong policy in Iraq and Iran for the last decade and it is still continued. He stressed, “Unless we get this right and rearm and retrain the Sunnis, reawaken the Sunnis to drive ISIS out of Iraq, then Iraq will become a total basket case and a failed state. And who will be the benefactors from that? Iran.” The panel session was organized by “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) and chaired by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield, former US Special Envoy and Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs. 

 

 

 

Governor Howard Dean: United States, and Europe must stand up for human rights

Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont and Chair of the US Democratic Party, attended a panel discussion in Paris on June 12 on “Policy on Iran and Countering Islamic Extremism” organized by the French “Foundation for Middle Eastern Studies” (FEMO) and chaired by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield Jr., former US Special Envoy and Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs. In his remarks while addressing the nuclear issue he emphasized that it was time for the United States and Europe stop looking for the peaceful way out at any price and begin to stand up for human rights.