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Afghan Government Turns To Iran For Internet

September 18th, 2010 09:45 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Barlaam writes “Renesys describes new evidence that the Iranian national telecommunications provider, DCI, is selling (uncensored?) Internet connectivity to customers in neighboring Iraq and Afghanistan. ‘The Internet connectivity outreach that we now see in the global routing tables seems like continuing evidence of Iran’s long-term strategy: aggressively pursuing bilateral infrastructure and investment projects with its neighbors, in ways that will increase Iran’s regional influence after the Americans have moved on.’”

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