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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.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Joe Biden’s recent visit to Asia, North Korea conducted three missile tests on May 24, which observers say included two short-range ballistic missiles and one intercontinental missile. The tests are considered as the seventeenth round of tests in that country in 2022. The latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, if confirmed, is the second since March. Such developments show that North Korea is breaking away from the “self-imposed suspension” from 2018.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Expert on Asia affairs

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Europe affairs said that the Ukraine war was entirely in NATO’s favor and in favor of reviving the US hegemony at the expense of Europe, adding: Given that Europe has numerous immediate economic and security challenges and is faced with the dreadful prospect of a significant drop in Russian gas exports and high energy prices, the possibility of moving towards mechanisms for defense independence has been brought severely under questioned.

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of the Middle East issues commented on the recent measure taken by the Iraqi parliament that has passed a bill which makes it a crime to normalize ties with the Zionist regime and said:” While it was very important for the Zionist regime to have Iraq joining those countries that have already normalized their relations with the regime, but today, we witness that contrary to the will of Tel Aviv, Iraqi parliament has passed the bill”.

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Turkey’s decision to cut off any negotiations with Greece, the conservative Greek government is preparing for the next steps in the conflict with Ankara. The Greek side is trying to raise the issue of “challenge generation and agressivity” of Turkey at the next EU summit to be held in 23-24 of the current month.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while stating that Finland and Sweden, in order to join NATO should not bother themselves to send delegations to Ankara with an aim of convincing Turkey, expressed his explicit opposition to the two Scandinavian countries joining NATO. Meanwhile, Sweden and Finland, citing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, have recently stated that they are determined to end their centuries-old non-military commitment and join NATO.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: One of the most important consequences of the prolongation of the Russian conflict in Ukraine and the erosion of this war in Europe is the impact on the extent and manner of Russia’s military presence in the Middle East and, most importantly, in Syria. Russia has to deploy a large part of its forces and military base in Syria to support its forces in Ukraine, and in this case, the vacuum of Russia’s presence in crisis-stricken Syria will allow new conflicts to arise between ambitious actors, including Turkey.
Ali Saadtazar-Director of Turkey Department, Encyclopedia of Contemporary Islam

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: There are several indications that the United States is seeking to “prolong the war” in Ukraine.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

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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.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Joe Biden’s recent visit to Asia, North Korea conducted three missile tests on May 24, which observers say included two short-range ballistic missiles and one intercontinental missile. The tests are considered as the seventeenth round of tests in that country in 2022. The latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, if confirmed, is the second since March. Such developments show that North Korea is breaking away from the “self-imposed suspension” from 2018.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Expert on Asia affairs

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Europe affairs said that the Ukraine war was entirely in NATO’s favor and in favor of reviving the US hegemony at the expense of Europe, adding: Given that Europe has numerous immediate economic and security challenges and is faced with the dreadful prospect of a significant drop in Russian gas exports and high energy prices, the possibility of moving towards mechanisms for defense independence has been brought severely under questioned.

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of the Middle East issues commented on the recent measure taken by the Iraqi parliament that has passed a bill which makes it a crime to normalize ties with the Zionist regime and said:” While it was very important for the Zionist regime to have Iraq joining those countries that have already normalized their relations with the regime, but today, we witness that contrary to the will of Tel Aviv, Iraqi parliament has passed the bill”.

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Turkey’s decision to cut off any negotiations with Greece, the conservative Greek government is preparing for the next steps in the conflict with Ankara. The Greek side is trying to raise the issue of “challenge generation and agressivity” of Turkey at the next EU summit to be held in 23-24 of the current month.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while stating that Finland and Sweden, in order to join NATO should not bother themselves to send delegations to Ankara with an aim of convincing Turkey, expressed his explicit opposition to the two Scandinavian countries joining NATO. Meanwhile, Sweden and Finland, citing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, have recently stated that they are determined to end their centuries-old non-military commitment and join NATO.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: One of the most important consequences of the prolongation of the Russian conflict in Ukraine and the erosion of this war in Europe is the impact on the extent and manner of Russia’s military presence in the Middle East and, most importantly, in Syria. Russia has to deploy a large part of its forces and military base in Syria to support its forces in Ukraine, and in this case, the vacuum of Russia’s presence in crisis-stricken Syria will allow new conflicts to arise between ambitious actors, including Turkey.
Ali Saadtazar-Director of Turkey Department, Encyclopedia of Contemporary Islam

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: There are several indications that the United States is seeking to “prolong the war” in Ukraine.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

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Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Joe Biden’s recent visit to Asia, North Korea conducted three missile tests on May 24, which observers say included two short-range ballistic missiles and one intercontinental missile. The tests are considered as the seventeenth round of tests in that country in 2022. The latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, if confirmed, is the second since March. Such developments show that North Korea is breaking away from the “self-imposed suspension” from 2018.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Expert on Asia affairs

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Europe affairs said that the Ukraine war was entirely in NATO’s favor and in favor of reviving the US hegemony at the expense of Europe, adding: Given that Europe has numerous immediate economic and security challenges and is faced with the dreadful prospect of a significant drop in Russian gas exports and high energy prices, the possibility of moving towards mechanisms for defense independence has been brought severely under questioned.

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of the Middle East issues commented on the recent measure taken by the Iraqi parliament that has passed a bill which makes it a crime to normalize ties with the Zionist regime and said:” While it was very important for the Zionist regime to have Iraq joining those countries that have already normalized their relations with the regime, but today, we witness that contrary to the will of Tel Aviv, Iraqi parliament has passed the bill”.

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Turkey’s decision to cut off any negotiations with Greece, the conservative Greek government is preparing for the next steps in the conflict with Ankara. The Greek side is trying to raise the issue of “challenge generation and agressivity” of Turkey at the next EU summit to be held in 23-24 of the current month.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while stating that Finland and Sweden, in order to join NATO should not bother themselves to send delegations to Ankara with an aim of convincing Turkey, expressed his explicit opposition to the two Scandinavian countries joining NATO. Meanwhile, Sweden and Finland, citing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, have recently stated that they are determined to end their centuries-old non-military commitment and join NATO.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: One of the most important consequences of the prolongation of the Russian conflict in Ukraine and the erosion of this war in Europe is the impact on the extent and manner of Russia’s military presence in the Middle East and, most importantly, in Syria. Russia has to deploy a large part of its forces and military base in Syria to support its forces in Ukraine, and in this case, the vacuum of Russia’s presence in crisis-stricken Syria will allow new conflicts to arise between ambitious actors, including Turkey.
Ali Saadtazar-Director of Turkey Department, Encyclopedia of Contemporary Islam

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: There are several indications that the United States is seeking to “prolong the war” in Ukraine.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

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BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

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The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Objectives, Message of North Korea’s Intensified Missile Tests

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Joe Biden’s recent visit to Asia, North Korea conducted three missile tests on May 24, which observers say included two short-range ballistic missiles and one intercontinental missile. The tests are considered as the seventeenth round of tests in that country in 2022. The latest intercontinental ballistic missile test, if confirmed, is the second since March. Such developments show that North Korea is breaking away from the “self-imposed suspension” from 2018.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Expert on Asia affairs

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Europe’s Defense Independence in Coma

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Europe affairs said that the Ukraine war was entirely in NATO’s favor and in favor of reviving the US hegemony at the expense of Europe, adding: Given that Europe has numerous immediate economic and security challenges and is faced with the dreadful prospect of a significant drop in Russian gas exports and high energy prices, the possibility of moving towards mechanisms for defense independence has been brought severely under questioned.

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

New Step taken by Iraqi Parliament against Normalizing of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of the Middle East issues commented on the recent measure taken by the Iraqi parliament that has passed a bill which makes it a crime to normalize ties with the Zionist regime and said:” While it was very important for the Zionist regime to have Iraq joining those countries that have already normalized their relations with the regime, but today, we witness that contrary to the will of Tel Aviv, Iraqi parliament has passed the bill”.

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

New Round of Turkey – Greece Tension

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Turkey’s decision to cut off any negotiations with Greece, the conservative Greek government is preparing for the next steps in the conflict with Ankara. The Greek side is trying to raise the issue of “challenge generation and agressivity” of Turkey at the next EU summit to be held in 23-24 of the current month.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while stating that Finland and Sweden, in order to join NATO should not bother themselves to send delegations to Ankara with an aim of convincing Turkey, expressed his explicit opposition to the two Scandinavian countries joining NATO. Meanwhile, Sweden and Finland, citing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, have recently stated that they are determined to end their centuries-old non-military commitment and join NATO.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Objectives and consequences of new Turkish military movements in Syria

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: One of the most important consequences of the prolongation of the Russian conflict in Ukraine and the erosion of this war in Europe is the impact on the extent and manner of Russia’s military presence in the Middle East and, most importantly, in Syria. Russia has to deploy a large part of its forces and military base in Syria to support its forces in Ukraine, and in this case, the vacuum of Russia’s presence in crisis-stricken Syria will allow new conflicts to arise between ambitious actors, including Turkey.
Ali Saadtazar-Director of Turkey Department, Encyclopedia of Contemporary Islam

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

US Objectives behind Prolonging Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: There are several indications that the United States is seeking to “prolong the war” in Ukraine.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

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The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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