{mosimage}The Washington Times, By Rt. Hon. Lord Waddington: As four more rockets thumped into buildings in the Baghdad Green Zone on Tuesday, it became devastatingly clear that promises made by Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on his trip to Iraq in early March were worthless.

{mosimage}The House Magazine, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: What, asked the young man outside the mosque in Qom the day before Iran’s general election last week, is the point of voting, "when the results are known in advance"?

{mosimage}United Press International, By David Amess MP: As parliamentary elections in Iran confirm a vast majority for the hard-liners in Iran, jostling seems to have already gained pace for Iran's presidential elections in 2009. However, pressure on President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has grown more forceful from within his own camp rather than the so-called reformists whose campaign was crushed by the vast disqualification of their candidates in the March 14 parliamentary polls.

{mosimage}International Herald Tribune, By Lord Waddington, Lord Archer of Sandwell and Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: If there is one issue that has dominated discussions among policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic, it is the devilish question of how to deal with an Iranian regime that has continued to frustrate the democratic ambitions of its people while meddling in the affairs of other nations.