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Single-State, Iran’s solution to the Palestinian crisis

Strategic Council online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, in an interview with France 24 Español, explained Iran’s approach to the Gaza war and outlined the region’s future after this bitter historical event.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

NATO’s Ambiguous Mission in Iraq New Plan for Socio-Cultural Influence

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations professor said that although NATO’s training mission for the Iraqi police forces is carried out in line with preventing ISIS from regaining power, in fact, NATO has decided to develop the scope of its mission in Iraq, noted: NATO, and the United States at its head, is looking for influence in the social body of Arab countries, especially Iraq, to advance its targets while shaping the intellectual formation and organizing the police body against the Resistance.

Consequences, Prospects of Continuation of Ground Operations of Zionist Regime in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the continuation of the ground operations of the Zionist regime in Gaza and the success of the Hamas resistance forces in crippling their military equipment and inflicting heavy casualties on them, important questions can be raised about the prospect of that military invasion.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

Reasons for Ineffectiveness of Riyadh Summit Concerning Expectations of Gazans

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, we witnessed an extraordinary summit of Islamic countries in Riyadh. The Palestinians, especially the people of Gaza, had built hope on the meeting, and it was expected that at the end of it, we would see a collective, serious, and deterrent decision by the Islamic countries. But, unfortunately, such expectations were not met.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Strategic Council Online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said: We need to have a “Strong Region” comprised of “Strong Actors.” Our security and economy depend on the strength of each of us and the strength of the entire region.

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international law, saying that Baku is trying to discredit Russia in the developments in the Caucasus, referred to the negotiations between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan in the United States and noted: Washington, to compensate for its diplomatic backwardness in the second Karabakh war, is trying to create an alternative to the Russian mechanism and push the developments in a direction that is against the interests of Iran and Russia.

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on subcontinental affairs says that the United Nations is looking for a mechanism with a so-called aim of “recognition of the Taliban” to prevent the movement from its extreme behavior. The international view is that by attracting the Taliban, more effective steps can be taken to achieve the target.

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The two-day visit of Mr. Raisi, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to Syria is important from different dimensions. This trip, which has had many reflections in the media and political circles of the region, has a vital role in the implementation of dozens of economic and commercial agreements, as well as the signing of new military and security agreements, which were agreed upon by the parties during the past years but were not fully implemented.
Barsam Mohammadi—Expert in regional issues

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Zionist regime affairs at the Stream Research Institute, regarding the continuation of protests in the Zionist regime in response to the revision plan of the judicial reform law, said: Protests against the Supreme Court reform case have entered the 18th consecutive week, while the negotiations between Netanyahu’s government and the opposition parties to reach a solution are not inspiring.

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While national elections are set to be held in Turkey (May 14), and Greece (May 21), senior officials of the two countries hope to witness a new chapter in bilateral relations after the official election results are announced. Despite deep-rooted differences between the two countries, Greece was one of the first countries to offer sympathy and aid after two earthquakes hit 11 southern Turkish provinces on February 6. Turkey was also the first country to express sympathy and help after the train accident in northern Greece on February 28 that left 57 dead.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After the breakthrough in diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia, West Asia, and the Persian Gulf are witnessing “positive movements”; the countries that used to be on the opposite front have abandoned previous policies and are moving towards interaction and resumption of bilateral relations.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

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Single-State, Iran’s solution to the Palestinian crisis

Strategic Council online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, in an interview with France 24 Español, explained Iran’s approach to the Gaza war and outlined the region’s future after this bitter historical event.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

NATO’s Ambiguous Mission in Iraq New Plan for Socio-Cultural Influence

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations professor said that although NATO’s training mission for the Iraqi police forces is carried out in line with preventing ISIS from regaining power, in fact, NATO has decided to develop the scope of its mission in Iraq, noted: NATO, and the United States at its head, is looking for influence in the social body of Arab countries, especially Iraq, to advance its targets while shaping the intellectual formation and organizing the police body against the Resistance.

Consequences, Prospects of Continuation of Ground Operations of Zionist Regime in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the continuation of the ground operations of the Zionist regime in Gaza and the success of the Hamas resistance forces in crippling their military equipment and inflicting heavy casualties on them, important questions can be raised about the prospect of that military invasion.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

Reasons for Ineffectiveness of Riyadh Summit Concerning Expectations of Gazans

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, we witnessed an extraordinary summit of Islamic countries in Riyadh. The Palestinians, especially the people of Gaza, had built hope on the meeting, and it was expected that at the end of it, we would see a collective, serious, and deterrent decision by the Islamic countries. But, unfortunately, such expectations were not met.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Strategic Council Online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said: We need to have a “Strong Region” comprised of “Strong Actors.” Our security and economy depend on the strength of each of us and the strength of the entire region.

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international law, saying that Baku is trying to discredit Russia in the developments in the Caucasus, referred to the negotiations between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan in the United States and noted: Washington, to compensate for its diplomatic backwardness in the second Karabakh war, is trying to create an alternative to the Russian mechanism and push the developments in a direction that is against the interests of Iran and Russia.

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on subcontinental affairs says that the United Nations is looking for a mechanism with a so-called aim of “recognition of the Taliban” to prevent the movement from its extreme behavior. The international view is that by attracting the Taliban, more effective steps can be taken to achieve the target.

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The two-day visit of Mr. Raisi, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to Syria is important from different dimensions. This trip, which has had many reflections in the media and political circles of the region, has a vital role in the implementation of dozens of economic and commercial agreements, as well as the signing of new military and security agreements, which were agreed upon by the parties during the past years but were not fully implemented.
Barsam Mohammadi—Expert in regional issues

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Zionist regime affairs at the Stream Research Institute, regarding the continuation of protests in the Zionist regime in response to the revision plan of the judicial reform law, said: Protests against the Supreme Court reform case have entered the 18th consecutive week, while the negotiations between Netanyahu’s government and the opposition parties to reach a solution are not inspiring.

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While national elections are set to be held in Turkey (May 14), and Greece (May 21), senior officials of the two countries hope to witness a new chapter in bilateral relations after the official election results are announced. Despite deep-rooted differences between the two countries, Greece was one of the first countries to offer sympathy and aid after two earthquakes hit 11 southern Turkish provinces on February 6. Turkey was also the first country to express sympathy and help after the train accident in northern Greece on February 28 that left 57 dead.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After the breakthrough in diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia, West Asia, and the Persian Gulf are witnessing “positive movements”; the countries that used to be on the opposite front have abandoned previous policies and are moving towards interaction and resumption of bilateral relations.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

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An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Strategic Council Online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said: We need to have a “Strong Region” comprised of “Strong Actors.” Our security and economy depend on the strength of each of us and the strength of the entire region.

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international law, saying that Baku is trying to discredit Russia in the developments in the Caucasus, referred to the negotiations between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan in the United States and noted: Washington, to compensate for its diplomatic backwardness in the second Karabakh war, is trying to create an alternative to the Russian mechanism and push the developments in a direction that is against the interests of Iran and Russia.

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on subcontinental affairs says that the United Nations is looking for a mechanism with a so-called aim of “recognition of the Taliban” to prevent the movement from its extreme behavior. The international view is that by attracting the Taliban, more effective steps can be taken to achieve the target.

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The two-day visit of Mr. Raisi, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to Syria is important from different dimensions. This trip, which has had many reflections in the media and political circles of the region, has a vital role in the implementation of dozens of economic and commercial agreements, as well as the signing of new military and security agreements, which were agreed upon by the parties during the past years but were not fully implemented.
Barsam Mohammadi—Expert in regional issues

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Zionist regime affairs at the Stream Research Institute, regarding the continuation of protests in the Zionist regime in response to the revision plan of the judicial reform law, said: Protests against the Supreme Court reform case have entered the 18th consecutive week, while the negotiations between Netanyahu’s government and the opposition parties to reach a solution are not inspiring.

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While national elections are set to be held in Turkey (May 14), and Greece (May 21), senior officials of the two countries hope to witness a new chapter in bilateral relations after the official election results are announced. Despite deep-rooted differences between the two countries, Greece was one of the first countries to offer sympathy and aid after two earthquakes hit 11 southern Turkish provinces on February 6. Turkey was also the first country to express sympathy and help after the train accident in northern Greece on February 28 that left 57 dead.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After the breakthrough in diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia, West Asia, and the Persian Gulf are witnessing “positive movements”; the countries that used to be on the opposite front have abandoned previous policies and are moving towards interaction and resumption of bilateral relations.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

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Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
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NATO’s Ambiguous Mission in Iraq New Plan for Socio-Cultural Influence

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations professor said that although NATO’s training mission for the Iraqi police forces is carried out in line with preventing ISIS from regaining power, in fact, NATO has decided to develop the scope of its mission in Iraq, noted: NATO, and the United States at its head, is looking for influence in the social body of Arab countries, especially Iraq, to advance its targets while shaping the intellectual formation and organizing the police body against the Resistance.

Consequences, Prospects of Continuation of Ground Operations of Zionist Regime in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the continuation of the ground operations of the Zionist regime in Gaza and the success of the Hamas resistance forces in crippling their military equipment and inflicting heavy casualties on them, important questions can be raised about the prospect of that military invasion.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

Reasons for Ineffectiveness of Riyadh Summit Concerning Expectations of Gazans

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, we witnessed an extraordinary summit of Islamic countries in Riyadh. The Palestinians, especially the people of Gaza, had built hope on the meeting, and it was expected that at the end of it, we would see a collective, serious, and deterrent decision by the Islamic countries. But, unfortunately, such expectations were not met.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Need of a “Strong Region” Comprised of “Strong Actors”

Strategic Council Online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said: We need to have a “Strong Region” comprised of “Strong Actors.” Our security and economy depend on the strength of each of us and the strength of the entire region.

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Karabakh Peace Talks in US, Baku’s Attempt to Discredit Russia in Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international law, saying that Baku is trying to discredit Russia in the developments in the Caucasus, referred to the negotiations between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan in the United States and noted: Washington, to compensate for its diplomatic backwardness in the second Karabakh war, is trying to create an alternative to the Russian mechanism and push the developments in a direction that is against the interests of Iran and Russia.

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Aims of Recent Qatar Meeting on Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on subcontinental affairs says that the United Nations is looking for a mechanism with a so-called aim of “recognition of the Taliban” to prevent the movement from its extreme behavior. The international view is that by attracting the Taliban, more effective steps can be taken to achieve the target.

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Importance and strategic dimensions of Iran’s President visit to Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The two-day visit of Mr. Raisi, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to Syria is important from different dimensions. This trip, which has had many reflections in the media and political circles of the region, has a vital role in the implementation of dozens of economic and commercial agreements, as well as the signing of new military and security agreements, which were agreed upon by the parties during the past years but were not fully implemented.
Barsam Mohammadi—Expert in regional issues

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Prospects of Internal Protests in the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Zionist regime affairs at the Stream Research Institute, regarding the continuation of protests in the Zionist regime in response to the revision plan of the judicial reform law, said: Protests against the Supreme Court reform case have entered the 18th consecutive week, while the negotiations between Netanyahu’s government and the opposition parties to reach a solution are not inspiring.

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Effects of Elections in Greece & Turkey on Bilateral Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While national elections are set to be held in Turkey (May 14), and Greece (May 21), senior officials of the two countries hope to witness a new chapter in bilateral relations after the official election results are announced. Despite deep-rooted differences between the two countries, Greece was one of the first countries to offer sympathy and aid after two earthquakes hit 11 southern Turkish provinces on February 6. Turkey was also the first country to express sympathy and help after the train accident in northern Greece on February 28 that left 57 dead.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Consequences of Syria-Saudi Improved Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After the breakthrough in diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia, West Asia, and the Persian Gulf are witnessing “positive movements”; the countries that used to be on the opposite front have abandoned previous policies and are moving towards interaction and resumption of bilateral relations.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

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Strategic Council online: The President of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, in an interview with France 24 Español, explained Iran’s approach to the Gaza war and outlined the region’s future after this bitter historical event.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

NATO’s Ambiguous Mission in Iraq New Plan for Socio-Cultural Influence

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations professor said that although NATO’s training mission for the Iraqi police forces is carried out in line with preventing ISIS from regaining power, in fact, NATO has decided to develop the scope of its mission in Iraq, noted: NATO, and the United States at its head, is looking for influence in the social body of Arab countries, especially Iraq, to advance its targets while shaping the intellectual formation and organizing the police body against the Resistance.

Consequences, Prospects of Continuation of Ground Operations of Zionist Regime in Gaza

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the continuation of the ground operations of the Zionist regime in Gaza and the success of the Hamas resistance forces in crippling their military equipment and inflicting heavy casualties on them, important questions can be raised about the prospect of that military invasion.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, we witnessed an extraordinary summit of Islamic countries in Riyadh. The Palestinians, especially the people of Gaza, had built hope on the meeting, and it was expected that at the end of it, we would see a collective, serious, and deterrent decision by the Islamic countries. But, unfortunately, such expectations were not met.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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