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Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

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An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: On March 17, 2023, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, and for the first time in the history of the United Nations after the Second World War, the president of a country that has a permanent membership in the Security Council and the right to veto it, is facing a sentence and criminal detention in the international criminal system; This indicates a structural change in the international law system.
Seyyed Nasrollah Ebrahimi—Associate Professor, College of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The Ukraine war put China in a complicated situation. This means it was difficult for Beijing to adopt a position that would not alienate Russia and, at the same time, lead to the management of relations with the West. Accordingly, over the past year, Beijing has not criticized Russia seriously. Still, at the same time, it has refused to provide support to Russia that would be a game-changer, including the transfer of weapons. In return, it has criticized the West, including on the issue of NATO expansion.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Researcher of China affairs

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s military attack on Yemen, political, military, and security relations between Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have gone through four different stages. Based on “unity and convergence” at the beginning of the war, bilateral ties have become “rivalries” after a while. This competition led to many “disagreements,s,” With its continuation, the two countries have passed the stage of disagreement and have “tension” with each other.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The European Union, at a time it is witnessing the return of war in Europe, has officially approved a plan titled “A Strategic Compass for Security and Defense,” which presents an ambitious initiative for strengthening the security and defense policy of the European Union up to 2030.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russian affairs says the Chinese statement lacked a specific proposal to exchange concessions between the two parties involved in the Ukraine war and open a passage for peace and only demanded to start negotiations. He added: During the Ukraine war, China, by buying cheap energy from Russia and increasing its energy reserves, has not only become an energy exporter for the first time but also gained more bargaining power against other energy exporters to China.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

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An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: On March 17, 2023, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, and for the first time in the history of the United Nations after the Second World War, the president of a country that has a permanent membership in the Security Council and the right to veto it, is facing a sentence and criminal detention in the international criminal system; This indicates a structural change in the international law system.
Seyyed Nasrollah Ebrahimi—Associate Professor, College of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The Ukraine war put China in a complicated situation. This means it was difficult for Beijing to adopt a position that would not alienate Russia and, at the same time, lead to the management of relations with the West. Accordingly, over the past year, Beijing has not criticized Russia seriously. Still, at the same time, it has refused to provide support to Russia that would be a game-changer, including the transfer of weapons. In return, it has criticized the West, including on the issue of NATO expansion.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Researcher of China affairs

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s military attack on Yemen, political, military, and security relations between Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have gone through four different stages. Based on “unity and convergence” at the beginning of the war, bilateral ties have become “rivalries” after a while. This competition led to many “disagreements,s,” With its continuation, the two countries have passed the stage of disagreement and have “tension” with each other.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The European Union, at a time it is witnessing the return of war in Europe, has officially approved a plan titled “A Strategic Compass for Security and Defense,” which presents an ambitious initiative for strengthening the security and defense policy of the European Union up to 2030.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russian affairs says the Chinese statement lacked a specific proposal to exchange concessions between the two parties involved in the Ukraine war and open a passage for peace and only demanded to start negotiations. He added: During the Ukraine war, China, by buying cheap energy from Russia and increasing its energy reserves, has not only become an energy exporter for the first time but also gained more bargaining power against other energy exporters to China.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: On March 17, 2023, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, and for the first time in the history of the United Nations after the Second World War, the president of a country that has a permanent membership in the Security Council and the right to veto it, is facing a sentence and criminal detention in the international criminal system; This indicates a structural change in the international law system.
Seyyed Nasrollah Ebrahimi—Associate Professor, College of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The Ukraine war put China in a complicated situation. This means it was difficult for Beijing to adopt a position that would not alienate Russia and, at the same time, lead to the management of relations with the West. Accordingly, over the past year, Beijing has not criticized Russia seriously. Still, at the same time, it has refused to provide support to Russia that would be a game-changer, including the transfer of weapons. In return, it has criticized the West, including on the issue of NATO expansion.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Researcher of China affairs

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s military attack on Yemen, political, military, and security relations between Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have gone through four different stages. Based on “unity and convergence” at the beginning of the war, bilateral ties have become “rivalries” after a while. This competition led to many “disagreements,s,” With its continuation, the two countries have passed the stage of disagreement and have “tension” with each other.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The European Union, at a time it is witnessing the return of war in Europe, has officially approved a plan titled “A Strategic Compass for Security and Defense,” which presents an ambitious initiative for strengthening the security and defense policy of the European Union up to 2030.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russian affairs says the Chinese statement lacked a specific proposal to exchange concessions between the two parties involved in the Ukraine war and open a passage for peace and only demanded to start negotiations. He added: During the Ukraine war, China, by buying cheap energy from Russia and increasing its energy reserves, has not only become an energy exporter for the first time but also gained more bargaining power against other energy exporters to China.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

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Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

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An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

An analysis of the ineffectiveness of the international law system

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: On March 17, 2023, the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, and for the first time in the history of the United Nations after the Second World War, the president of a country that has a permanent membership in the Security Council and the right to veto it, is facing a sentence and criminal detention in the international criminal system; This indicates a structural change in the international law system.
Seyyed Nasrollah Ebrahimi—Associate Professor, College of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Analysis of China’s Peace Proposal Regarding the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The Ukraine war put China in a complicated situation. This means it was difficult for Beijing to adopt a position that would not alienate Russia and, at the same time, lead to the management of relations with the West. Accordingly, over the past year, Beijing has not criticized Russia seriously. Still, at the same time, it has refused to provide support to Russia that would be a game-changer, including the transfer of weapons. In return, it has criticized the West, including on the issue of NATO expansion.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Researcher of China affairs

Strategic Implications of Saudi-UAE Tension in Yemen

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Since the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s military attack on Yemen, political, military, and security relations between Riyadh and Abu Dhabi have gone through four different stages. Based on “unity and convergence” at the beginning of the war, bilateral ties have become “rivalries” after a while. This competition led to many “disagreements,s,” With its continuation, the two countries have passed the stage of disagreement and have “tension” with each other.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Ukraine War, European Military-Security Scenarios

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The European Union, at a time it is witnessing the return of war in Europe, has officially approved a plan titled “A Strategic Compass for Security and Defense,” which presents an ambitious initiative for strengthening the security and defense policy of the European Union up to 2030.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Analysis of China’s Statement Regarding War in Ukraine, Beijing’s Motivations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russian affairs says the Chinese statement lacked a specific proposal to exchange concessions between the two parties involved in the Ukraine war and open a passage for peace and only demanded to start negotiations. He added: During the Ukraine war, China, by buying cheap energy from Russia and increasing its energy reserves, has not only become an energy exporter for the first time but also gained more bargaining power against other energy exporters to China.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
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Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

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