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Russia’s Strategy in Response to Western Sanctions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following the escalation of tensions between Russia and Western countries due to the war in Ukraine, Moscow is looking for solutions to deal with the extensive sanctions of the United States and its allies.
Hossein Sayyahi, researcher of international politics

Ambiguities and Prospects of the New US Plan to End the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online: – Opinion: US President Joe Biden recently presented a four-and-a-half-page plan to establish a ceasefire and end the Gaza war. After his speech at the White House, the American President announced that the Zionist regime proposed this plan.
Hamid Khoshayand, an expert on regional issues

An Analysis of the Proposed Peace Plans for Ceasefire in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The plans proposed by some Arab governments and the United States for a ceasefire in Gaza and the end of the war are not operational, and rather than looking at solving the crisis in Gaza and Rafah, these countries are after their own national interests.

Growing Trend of Recognition of Independent State of Palestine in the World

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said China’s position on recognizing the Palestinian state is not a new issue, but this agreement and cooperation in the global trend will strengthen the position of supporting Palestine and forming an independent Palestinian state.

France’s Role-Making in West Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European issues spoke about France’s efforts to negotiate with regional countries on the Gaza war; West Asia is having hard times and in the process of transformation; Netanyahu is finished, and everyone is preparing for a significant change.

An Analysis of the Unified Visa Plan of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: Special sources recently told the “Al-Arabiya” network that a unified Persian Gulf visa plan, which allows its holders to enter all member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council from early next year, 2025, will be implemented. But, in fact, how feasible is this plan? Is it a showoff, or is it going to be followed purposefully?

Limits of Ukraine’s Use of Western Weapons in War with Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The more the Ukrainian front is weakened in the war, the more likely this country will use American and European weapons to attack Russian territory and the currently occupied areas, but adopting such a decision needs the cooperation and coordination of the internal issues of these countries, especially the United States.

Reflection on the Reduction of Turkey’s Economic Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: According to Turkish officials, this country has suspended its trade relations with the Zionist regime due to its military actions in Gaza and the deterioration of the humanitarian disaster and has made a commitment until Tel Aviv allows humanitarian aid to be sent to Gaza. If not, it will continue to cut off its business relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

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Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert said: After Russia attacked Ukraine two years ago, the country’s relations with some of its European neighbors were severely disturbed in such a way that a clear future cannot be imagined for it.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert stated: Trade and investment, along with security and military cooperation, have been the main focus of Turkey’s activities in the South Caucasus, and Ankara is trying to form strategic cooperation with those countries in the absence of Russia.

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former head of the Foundation for Caucasus Studies considered the holding of a limited exercise between Armenia and the United States a warning to Russia to show that Armenia, under the leadership of Pashinyan, will rely more on the United States and said: This maneuver, which is mainly for the domestic consumption of Biden and Pashinyan governments, will not help Yerevan and will not be effective in the critical developments that are being shaped in the region.

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Zionist regime affairs said: A few Arab governments that pursued normalization of relations with the Zionist regime do not have the interest and haste of the past due to the changing conditions in the region and the existence of the extreme right-wing cabinet in the occupied territories.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

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Russia’s Strategy in Response to Western Sanctions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following the escalation of tensions between Russia and Western countries due to the war in Ukraine, Moscow is looking for solutions to deal with the extensive sanctions of the United States and its allies.
Hossein Sayyahi, researcher of international politics

Ambiguities and Prospects of the New US Plan to End the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online: – Opinion: US President Joe Biden recently presented a four-and-a-half-page plan to establish a ceasefire and end the Gaza war. After his speech at the White House, the American President announced that the Zionist regime proposed this plan.
Hamid Khoshayand, an expert on regional issues

An Analysis of the Proposed Peace Plans for Ceasefire in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The plans proposed by some Arab governments and the United States for a ceasefire in Gaza and the end of the war are not operational, and rather than looking at solving the crisis in Gaza and Rafah, these countries are after their own national interests.

Growing Trend of Recognition of Independent State of Palestine in the World

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said China’s position on recognizing the Palestinian state is not a new issue, but this agreement and cooperation in the global trend will strengthen the position of supporting Palestine and forming an independent Palestinian state.

France’s Role-Making in West Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European issues spoke about France’s efforts to negotiate with regional countries on the Gaza war; West Asia is having hard times and in the process of transformation; Netanyahu is finished, and everyone is preparing for a significant change.

An Analysis of the Unified Visa Plan of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: Special sources recently told the “Al-Arabiya” network that a unified Persian Gulf visa plan, which allows its holders to enter all member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council from early next year, 2025, will be implemented. But, in fact, how feasible is this plan? Is it a showoff, or is it going to be followed purposefully?

Limits of Ukraine’s Use of Western Weapons in War with Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The more the Ukrainian front is weakened in the war, the more likely this country will use American and European weapons to attack Russian territory and the currently occupied areas, but adopting such a decision needs the cooperation and coordination of the internal issues of these countries, especially the United States.

Reflection on the Reduction of Turkey’s Economic Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: According to Turkish officials, this country has suspended its trade relations with the Zionist regime due to its military actions in Gaza and the deterioration of the humanitarian disaster and has made a commitment until Tel Aviv allows humanitarian aid to be sent to Gaza. If not, it will continue to cut off its business relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

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Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert said: After Russia attacked Ukraine two years ago, the country’s relations with some of its European neighbors were severely disturbed in such a way that a clear future cannot be imagined for it.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert stated: Trade and investment, along with security and military cooperation, have been the main focus of Turkey’s activities in the South Caucasus, and Ankara is trying to form strategic cooperation with those countries in the absence of Russia.

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former head of the Foundation for Caucasus Studies considered the holding of a limited exercise between Armenia and the United States a warning to Russia to show that Armenia, under the leadership of Pashinyan, will rely more on the United States and said: This maneuver, which is mainly for the domestic consumption of Biden and Pashinyan governments, will not help Yerevan and will not be effective in the critical developments that are being shaped in the region.

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Zionist regime affairs said: A few Arab governments that pursued normalization of relations with the Zionist regime do not have the interest and haste of the past due to the changing conditions in the region and the existence of the extreme right-wing cabinet in the occupied territories.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

Results for "Kazakhstan"

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert said: After Russia attacked Ukraine two years ago, the country’s relations with some of its European neighbors were severely disturbed in such a way that a clear future cannot be imagined for it.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert stated: Trade and investment, along with security and military cooperation, have been the main focus of Turkey’s activities in the South Caucasus, and Ankara is trying to form strategic cooperation with those countries in the absence of Russia.

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former head of the Foundation for Caucasus Studies considered the holding of a limited exercise between Armenia and the United States a warning to Russia to show that Armenia, under the leadership of Pashinyan, will rely more on the United States and said: This maneuver, which is mainly for the domestic consumption of Biden and Pashinyan governments, will not help Yerevan and will not be effective in the critical developments that are being shaped in the region.

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Zionist regime affairs said: A few Arab governments that pursued normalization of relations with the Zionist regime do not have the interest and haste of the past due to the changing conditions in the region and the existence of the extreme right-wing cabinet in the occupied territories.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

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Russia’s Strategy in Response to Western Sanctions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following the escalation of tensions between Russia and Western countries due to the war in Ukraine, Moscow is looking for solutions to deal with the extensive sanctions of the United States and its allies.
Hossein Sayyahi, researcher of international politics

Ambiguities and Prospects of the New US Plan to End the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online: – Opinion: US President Joe Biden recently presented a four-and-a-half-page plan to establish a ceasefire and end the Gaza war. After his speech at the White House, the American President announced that the Zionist regime proposed this plan.
Hamid Khoshayand, an expert on regional issues

An Analysis of the Proposed Peace Plans for Ceasefire in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The plans proposed by some Arab governments and the United States for a ceasefire in Gaza and the end of the war are not operational, and rather than looking at solving the crisis in Gaza and Rafah, these countries are after their own national interests.

Growing Trend of Recognition of Independent State of Palestine in the World

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said China’s position on recognizing the Palestinian state is not a new issue, but this agreement and cooperation in the global trend will strengthen the position of supporting Palestine and forming an independent Palestinian state.

France’s Role-Making in West Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European issues spoke about France’s efforts to negotiate with regional countries on the Gaza war; West Asia is having hard times and in the process of transformation; Netanyahu is finished, and everyone is preparing for a significant change.

An Analysis of the Unified Visa Plan of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: Special sources recently told the “Al-Arabiya” network that a unified Persian Gulf visa plan, which allows its holders to enter all member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council from early next year, 2025, will be implemented. But, in fact, how feasible is this plan? Is it a showoff, or is it going to be followed purposefully?

Limits of Ukraine’s Use of Western Weapons in War with Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The more the Ukrainian front is weakened in the war, the more likely this country will use American and European weapons to attack Russian territory and the currently occupied areas, but adopting such a decision needs the cooperation and coordination of the internal issues of these countries, especially the United States.

Reflection on the Reduction of Turkey’s Economic Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: According to Turkish officials, this country has suspended its trade relations with the Zionist regime due to its military actions in Gaza and the deterioration of the humanitarian disaster and has made a commitment until Tel Aviv allows humanitarian aid to be sent to Gaza. If not, it will continue to cut off its business relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

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Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Russia’s Multifaceted Relations with Neighbors

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert said: After Russia attacked Ukraine two years ago, the country’s relations with some of its European neighbors were severely disturbed in such a way that a clear future cannot be imagined for it.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Objectives, Messages of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia Exercises

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international affairs expert stated: Trade and investment, along with security and military cooperation, have been the main focus of Turkey’s activities in the South Caucasus, and Ankara is trying to form strategic cooperation with those countries in the absence of Russia.

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Objectives Behind Holding Joint US-Armenia Military Exercise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former head of the Foundation for Caucasus Studies considered the holding of a limited exercise between Armenia and the United States a warning to Russia to show that Armenia, under the leadership of Pashinyan, will rely more on the United States and said: This maneuver, which is mainly for the domestic consumption of Biden and Pashinyan governments, will not help Yerevan and will not be effective in the critical developments that are being shaped in the region.

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Impact of Regional Developments on the Zionist Regime’s anti-Iran Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Zionist regime affairs said: A few Arab governments that pursued normalization of relations with the Zionist regime do not have the interest and haste of the past due to the changing conditions in the region and the existence of the extreme right-wing cabinet in the occupied territories.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

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Russia’s Strategy in Response to Western Sanctions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following the escalation of tensions between Russia and Western countries due to the war in Ukraine, Moscow is looking for solutions to deal with the extensive sanctions of the United States and its allies.
Hossein Sayyahi, researcher of international politics

Ambiguities and Prospects of the New US Plan to End the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online: – Opinion: US President Joe Biden recently presented a four-and-a-half-page plan to establish a ceasefire and end the Gaza war. After his speech at the White House, the American President announced that the Zionist regime proposed this plan.
Hamid Khoshayand, an expert on regional issues

An Analysis of the Proposed Peace Plans for Ceasefire in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The plans proposed by some Arab governments and the United States for a ceasefire in Gaza and the end of the war are not operational, and rather than looking at solving the crisis in Gaza and Rafah, these countries are after their own national interests.

Growing Trend of Recognition of Independent State of Palestine in the World

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said China’s position on recognizing the Palestinian state is not a new issue, but this agreement and cooperation in the global trend will strengthen the position of supporting Palestine and forming an independent Palestinian state.

France’s Role-Making in West Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European issues spoke about France’s efforts to negotiate with regional countries on the Gaza war; West Asia is having hard times and in the process of transformation; Netanyahu is finished, and everyone is preparing for a significant change.

An Analysis of the Unified Visa Plan of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: Special sources recently told the “Al-Arabiya” network that a unified Persian Gulf visa plan, which allows its holders to enter all member countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council from early next year, 2025, will be implemented. But, in fact, how feasible is this plan? Is it a showoff, or is it going to be followed purposefully?

Limits of Ukraine’s Use of Western Weapons in War with Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international issues said: The more the Ukrainian front is weakened in the war, the more likely this country will use American and European weapons to attack Russian territory and the currently occupied areas, but adopting such a decision needs the cooperation and coordination of the internal issues of these countries, especially the United States.

Reflection on the Reduction of Turkey’s Economic Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: According to Turkish officials, this country has suspended its trade relations with the Zionist regime due to its military actions in Gaza and the deterioration of the humanitarian disaster and has made a commitment until Tel Aviv allows humanitarian aid to be sent to Gaza. If not, it will continue to cut off its business relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

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