Category: Politics

Consequences of Escalated Political Unrest in the US

Strategic Council Online – An analyst at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office said the Democrats are trying to expel Trump out of the White House in a scandalous way, adding: The criticism and concern of the Republicans about an election loser who, through his unusual behaviors, personality instability and confusion in his policies has been so controversial and has troublemaker supporters, is natural.

Major Challenges of Turkey’s Foreign Policy in 2021

Strategic Council Online – Turkey has started its foreign policy in the New Year with fear and hope. Its relations with the United States, the European Union, Greece, Russia, the Zionist regime, Syria and Saudi Arabia are among Turkey’s most important challenges.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Normalization; a Cover for Advancing Racist Policies of Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – The widespread reactions of the political authorities and the nations of the region to the signing of the plan to normalize relations between the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco with the Zionist regime in the closing months of 2020, in fact brought the future of this plan under question and raised this question that whether this normalization is a mere show and a ceremonial move, or in reality a strategic and sustained effort on the path of making peace between the Arabs and Israel.
Kourosh Salehi – International affairs analyst

Prospects for Biden’s US Relations with Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the subcontinent affairs, commenting on the possible policy of Joe Biden towards Afghanistan and peace with the Taliban said: The policy that Joe Biden would adopt towards Afghanistan should not be expected to be seriously different from that of the Trump administration.

Alarm Bell for Iraq Following US Sanction on Hashd Al-Shaabi Commander

Strategic Council Online – The American adventurism in Iraq is not over and in the latest destructive measure, the US Treasury Department has boycotted Faleh al-Fayyad, the commander of the Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi, on the pretext of human rights violations!
Hamid Khoshayand – International affairs analyst

Objectives behind the new momentum in Turkey-Lebanon relations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Turkish affairs says growing relations between Turkey and Lebanon in political and economic fronts and other areas of mutual interest would pave the way for more role-playing even limited by Turkey in the political scene of Lebanon.

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Strategic Council Online – The Islamic Republic of Iran can use the principle of balancing and diversification, to increase its presence in the Central Asian region.
Vali Kouzegar Kaleji – senior researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office

Intl. Messages Commemorating Martyrdom Anniversary of Sardar Soleimani

Strategic Council Online – An expert on Middle East affairs said: Ceremonies commemorating the martyrdom anniversary of Sardar Soleimani in different countries showed that he was an anti-colonial hero who responded to the expectations of Muslim nations and even non-Muslim nations and filled in the gap that existed in the Islamic world, not only for today, but as a living phenomenon for the years to come.

Intensification of Political Fragility of the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of West Asia affairs stressed that Benjamin Netanyahu will not be able to win an absolute majority in the Knesset in the fourth elections, saying: Recent experience has shown that every year and in every election in Israel coalitions will become more fragile and the distance between allies will increase.

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Strategic Council Online – The two governments of Iran and Turkey have been the two balanced, stable and important governments in the region for centuries, and these two governments, within the historical context, have always been the main players in the region.
Dr. Mohsen Eslami – Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

Iran’s UN Ambassador: No worries about Trump’s actions and tricks in last days as US President/No fundamental change in US foreign relations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The Ambassador and permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations says the present climate in the United States and sensitivities of the rival party to the probable decisions and measures of Trump in his last days in the White House would prevent the outgoing US president from causing any worries in the remaining days in power.

Strategic Implications of Britain’s Exit from European Union

Strategic Council Online – An expert on European affairs, saying that perhaps with Brexit in future, the unity among the EU countries with the focus on France and Germany will increase, added: Of course, these assumptions are in the theoretical field and on paper, and we should see how France and Germany intend to use the situation as an opportunity to develop convergence within the European Union.

Normalization of Morocco’s Relations with Zionist Regime; Turning Israel into a Security Threat to Algeria

Strategic Council Online – Morocco is the last country that has taken measures for normalization of relations with the Zionist regime. This country, along with Egypt, Jordan, the UAE, Bahrain and Sudan, is the sixth country in the Arab world that establishes diplomatic relations with Israel. In return for the normalization of relations, Morocco received recognition of possession of Western Sahara.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Expert on international affairs

Model Ruling over Iran-Turkey Relations; Cooperation and Political Rivalry

Strategic Council Online – Note: Iran and Turkey are the two important countries in the West Asia region and inheritors of great empires and historical hegemony that have always been in “competition and cooperation” with each other. Although the two countries have different and sometimes competitive roles and effects in the region and disagree on various issues, those differences have never meant ignoring and overshadowing the many common interests in bilateral relations.
Hamid Khoshayand – International Affairs Analyst

A Glimpse at Two US Defeats at UN and Passive Stance of Some Neighbors

Strategic Council Online – An international affairs analyst, referring to the hard day of the United States and the two consecutive defeats at the session for the UN budget voting, said: Unfortunately, in that session, some countries did not exercise the desired act of a neighbourhood.

Opportunities of cooperation between Iran, Pakistan and Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of the subcontinent issues says there is now an opportunity for Pakistan to return to the relations and cooperation it had in the past with Iran and Turkey within the framework of the regional cooperation organizations.

Zionist Regime Favors Crisis and Tension in the Region

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The Islamic Republic of Iran has common interests, history and geography with its neighbors and does not want them to be harmed. Instead, Iran expects neighboring countries to have the same view towards Tehran.

“Resistance Alliance” the Achievement of Martyr Soleimani

Strategic Council Online – A professor of international relations said that the “Resistance Discourse has now become the dominant discourse in the West Asian region and is strengthening day by day; This should be considered the intellectual and attitudinal influence of General Haj Qassem Soleimani in West Asia.