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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Obstacles Facing the Zionist Regime for a Comprehensive Military Attack on Lebanon

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, the Washington Post published information according to which Congressman Gregory Meeks and Senator Ben Cardin, under pressure from the Biden administration, sold $18 billion worth of military weapons to the Zionist regime. Among them, 50 F-15 fighters have agreed. The cost of these weapons has been mainly financed over a few years by Washington’s annual budget of 3.3 billion dollars for Tel Aviv.

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: On June 9, Saudi Arabia’s oil agreement with the United States expired. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced that Riyadh would not renew the 75-year-old contract that helped maintain the hegemony of the US dollar in international trade. This action allows Riyadh to sell oil in different currencies, including yuan, euro, yen, etc., instead of the US dollar.

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since 2000, Turkey has gradually shifted its foreign policy from the “Looking East” approach to the more traditional “Looking West” foreign policy. The most important reasons for this change in the structure of Turkey’s foreign policy were the developments in Iraq, the Syrian crisis, and Ankara’s failure to become a member state of the European Union. In addition to the above, the influence of people like President Erdogan and Davutoglu (former PM) on the change in Turkey’s foreign policy has been undeniable.

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Obstacles Facing the Zionist Regime for a Comprehensive Military Attack on Lebanon

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, the Washington Post published information according to which Congressman Gregory Meeks and Senator Ben Cardin, under pressure from the Biden administration, sold $18 billion worth of military weapons to the Zionist regime. Among them, 50 F-15 fighters have agreed. The cost of these weapons has been mainly financed over a few years by Washington’s annual budget of 3.3 billion dollars for Tel Aviv.

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: On June 9, Saudi Arabia’s oil agreement with the United States expired. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced that Riyadh would not renew the 75-year-old contract that helped maintain the hegemony of the US dollar in international trade. This action allows Riyadh to sell oil in different currencies, including yuan, euro, yen, etc., instead of the US dollar.

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since 2000, Turkey has gradually shifted its foreign policy from the “Looking East” approach to the more traditional “Looking West” foreign policy. The most important reasons for this change in the structure of Turkey’s foreign policy were the developments in Iraq, the Syrian crisis, and Ankara’s failure to become a member state of the European Union. In addition to the above, the influence of people like President Erdogan and Davutoglu (former PM) on the change in Turkey’s foreign policy has been undeniable.

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, the Washington Post published information according to which Congressman Gregory Meeks and Senator Ben Cardin, under pressure from the Biden administration, sold $18 billion worth of military weapons to the Zionist regime. Among them, 50 F-15 fighters have agreed. The cost of these weapons has been mainly financed over a few years by Washington’s annual budget of 3.3 billion dollars for Tel Aviv.

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: On June 9, Saudi Arabia’s oil agreement with the United States expired. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced that Riyadh would not renew the 75-year-old contract that helped maintain the hegemony of the US dollar in international trade. This action allows Riyadh to sell oil in different currencies, including yuan, euro, yen, etc., instead of the US dollar.

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since 2000, Turkey has gradually shifted its foreign policy from the “Looking East” approach to the more traditional “Looking West” foreign policy. The most important reasons for this change in the structure of Turkey’s foreign policy were the developments in Iraq, the Syrian crisis, and Ankara’s failure to become a member state of the European Union. In addition to the above, the influence of people like President Erdogan and Davutoglu (former PM) on the change in Turkey’s foreign policy has been undeniable.

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

America’s Role in Preventing Ceasefire and Continuing the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Recently, the Washington Post published information according to which Congressman Gregory Meeks and Senator Ben Cardin, under pressure from the Biden administration, sold $18 billion worth of military weapons to the Zionist regime. Among them, 50 F-15 fighters have agreed. The cost of these weapons has been mainly financed over a few years by Washington’s annual budget of 3.3 billion dollars for Tel Aviv.

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Saudi Oil Step in the Corridor of De-Dollarization

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: On June 9, Saudi Arabia’s oil agreement with the United States expired. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced that Riyadh would not renew the 75-year-old contract that helped maintain the hegemony of the US dollar in international trade. This action allows Riyadh to sell oil in different currencies, including yuan, euro, yen, etc., instead of the US dollar.

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Economy & Security: Connecting Links between Turkey and Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since 2000, Turkey has gradually shifted its foreign policy from the “Looking East” approach to the more traditional “Looking West” foreign policy. The most important reasons for this change in the structure of Turkey’s foreign policy were the developments in Iraq, the Syrian crisis, and Ankara’s failure to become a member state of the European Union. In addition to the above, the influence of people like President Erdogan and Davutoglu (former PM) on the change in Turkey’s foreign policy has been undeniable.

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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