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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Strategic Council Online – Meeting: A faculty member of the Department of Energy Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology, stating that artificial intelligence has created a revolution in the debate on energy, added: Nothing can replace human decision-making, and I hope it will be like this, but in any case, algorithms of artificial intelligence can help to make decisions.

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The informal meeting of the leaders of the Western Balkan countries and the Balkan countries that are members of the European Union was held at the initiative of Mr. Mitsotakis, the conservative Prime Minister of Greece, and attended by Mrs. von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, Charles Michel, President of the European Union Council, and Mr. Zelensky, President of Ukraine. The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, prime ministers of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, and North Macedonia, the president of Moldova, the president of Montenegro, and the president of Serbia also participated in the meeting.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: During the Turkish President’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE, several agreements were signed between the three Persian Gulf states and Turkey. The economic aspect of this trip has received widespread attention in the media, and the main objective of the trip, from Ankara’s point of view, has been referred to as attracting capital from Arab states of the Persian Gulf region.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs considered the harsh positions of Britain against China in line with the old policy of using political levers for exerting pressure to obtain commercial and economic concessions and said: In the current situation, Britain is no longer able to influence power relations at the global level in the domestic and international arenas, and for this reason, it is trying to prevent further decline in its global position by maintaining its strategic alliance with the United States of America.

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the holding of the national elections in Greece on May 21, although the winning party announced priorities of its future government to be mainly improvement of the economic situation, the continuation of the national policy in foreign relations, security, and immigration would be most important challenges for this EU and NATO member country. Although the new leaders defend the continuation of the foreign and defense policy, strengthening of the country’s armed forces, creation of solid alliances, and development of the weapons program over the past four years, they differ in the field of energy exploration, the militarization of some islands in the Aegean Sea, and the issue of refugees.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Institute of Strategic Studies says there has been a change in the global energy transmission lines after the Ukraine war began. He noted: With the continued shift in the oil trade routes of Russia, India and China have become strategic business partners for Moscow. This development has taken place in the shadow of the decline of the US influence among its key allies in the Middle East.

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

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.

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Strategic Council Online – Guest opinion: Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which was initially thought to be a lightning attack with quick and tangible results, has lasted a year; meantime with the recent stances taken by certain European countries at the Munich Security Conference to the effect that they have prepared for a long-term war, no definite end can be expected for the conflict.
Dr. Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri – University professor

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Statistical data shows that in the fourth quarter of 2022, the German economy has suffered a slight decline and it is possible that a period of recession will begin in that country; a recession, which of course, is less than what should be worried about.
Reza Majidzadeh – Development researcher

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Strategic Council Online – Meeting: A faculty member of the Department of Energy Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology, stating that artificial intelligence has created a revolution in the debate on energy, added: Nothing can replace human decision-making, and I hope it will be like this, but in any case, algorithms of artificial intelligence can help to make decisions.

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The informal meeting of the leaders of the Western Balkan countries and the Balkan countries that are members of the European Union was held at the initiative of Mr. Mitsotakis, the conservative Prime Minister of Greece, and attended by Mrs. von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, Charles Michel, President of the European Union Council, and Mr. Zelensky, President of Ukraine. The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, prime ministers of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, and North Macedonia, the president of Moldova, the president of Montenegro, and the president of Serbia also participated in the meeting.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: During the Turkish President’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE, several agreements were signed between the three Persian Gulf states and Turkey. The economic aspect of this trip has received widespread attention in the media, and the main objective of the trip, from Ankara’s point of view, has been referred to as attracting capital from Arab states of the Persian Gulf region.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs considered the harsh positions of Britain against China in line with the old policy of using political levers for exerting pressure to obtain commercial and economic concessions and said: In the current situation, Britain is no longer able to influence power relations at the global level in the domestic and international arenas, and for this reason, it is trying to prevent further decline in its global position by maintaining its strategic alliance with the United States of America.

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the holding of the national elections in Greece on May 21, although the winning party announced priorities of its future government to be mainly improvement of the economic situation, the continuation of the national policy in foreign relations, security, and immigration would be most important challenges for this EU and NATO member country. Although the new leaders defend the continuation of the foreign and defense policy, strengthening of the country’s armed forces, creation of solid alliances, and development of the weapons program over the past four years, they differ in the field of energy exploration, the militarization of some islands in the Aegean Sea, and the issue of refugees.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Institute of Strategic Studies says there has been a change in the global energy transmission lines after the Ukraine war began. He noted: With the continued shift in the oil trade routes of Russia, India and China have become strategic business partners for Moscow. This development has taken place in the shadow of the decline of the US influence among its key allies in the Middle East.

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

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.

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Strategic Council Online – Guest opinion: Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which was initially thought to be a lightning attack with quick and tangible results, has lasted a year; meantime with the recent stances taken by certain European countries at the Munich Security Conference to the effect that they have prepared for a long-term war, no definite end can be expected for the conflict.
Dr. Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri – University professor

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Statistical data shows that in the fourth quarter of 2022, the German economy has suffered a slight decline and it is possible that a period of recession will begin in that country; a recession, which of course, is less than what should be worried about.
Reza Majidzadeh – Development researcher

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Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Strategic Council Online – Meeting: A faculty member of the Department of Energy Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology, stating that artificial intelligence has created a revolution in the debate on energy, added: Nothing can replace human decision-making, and I hope it will be like this, but in any case, algorithms of artificial intelligence can help to make decisions.

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The informal meeting of the leaders of the Western Balkan countries and the Balkan countries that are members of the European Union was held at the initiative of Mr. Mitsotakis, the conservative Prime Minister of Greece, and attended by Mrs. von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, Charles Michel, President of the European Union Council, and Mr. Zelensky, President of Ukraine. The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, prime ministers of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, and North Macedonia, the president of Moldova, the president of Montenegro, and the president of Serbia also participated in the meeting.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: During the Turkish President’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE, several agreements were signed between the three Persian Gulf states and Turkey. The economic aspect of this trip has received widespread attention in the media, and the main objective of the trip, from Ankara’s point of view, has been referred to as attracting capital from Arab states of the Persian Gulf region.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs considered the harsh positions of Britain against China in line with the old policy of using political levers for exerting pressure to obtain commercial and economic concessions and said: In the current situation, Britain is no longer able to influence power relations at the global level in the domestic and international arenas, and for this reason, it is trying to prevent further decline in its global position by maintaining its strategic alliance with the United States of America.

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the holding of the national elections in Greece on May 21, although the winning party announced priorities of its future government to be mainly improvement of the economic situation, the continuation of the national policy in foreign relations, security, and immigration would be most important challenges for this EU and NATO member country. Although the new leaders defend the continuation of the foreign and defense policy, strengthening of the country’s armed forces, creation of solid alliances, and development of the weapons program over the past four years, they differ in the field of energy exploration, the militarization of some islands in the Aegean Sea, and the issue of refugees.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Institute of Strategic Studies says there has been a change in the global energy transmission lines after the Ukraine war began. He noted: With the continued shift in the oil trade routes of Russia, India and China have become strategic business partners for Moscow. This development has taken place in the shadow of the decline of the US influence among its key allies in the Middle East.

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

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.

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Strategic Council Online – Guest opinion: Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which was initially thought to be a lightning attack with quick and tangible results, has lasted a year; meantime with the recent stances taken by certain European countries at the Munich Security Conference to the effect that they have prepared for a long-term war, no definite end can be expected for the conflict.
Dr. Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri – University professor

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Statistical data shows that in the fourth quarter of 2022, the German economy has suffered a slight decline and it is possible that a period of recession will begin in that country; a recession, which of course, is less than what should be worried about.
Reza Majidzadeh – Development researcher

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Dr. Maleki, at a meeting on AI application in foreign relations, explains Necessity of Using AI in Energy Diplomacy

Strategic Council Online – Meeting: A faculty member of the Department of Energy Engineering of the Sharif University of Technology, stating that artificial intelligence has created a revolution in the debate on energy, added: Nothing can replace human decision-making, and I hope it will be like this, but in any case, algorithms of artificial intelligence can help to make decisions.

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Analyzing Western Balkan States Summit

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The informal meeting of the leaders of the Western Balkan countries and the Balkan countries that are members of the European Union was held at the initiative of Mr. Mitsotakis, the conservative Prime Minister of Greece, and attended by Mrs. von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, Charles Michel, President of the European Union Council, and Mr. Zelensky, President of Ukraine. The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, prime ministers of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, and North Macedonia, the president of Moldova, the president of Montenegro, and the president of Serbia also participated in the meeting.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Analysis of Erdogan’s Trip to Three Persian Gulf States

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: During the Turkish President’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE, several agreements were signed between the three Persian Gulf states and Turkey. The economic aspect of this trip has received widespread attention in the media, and the main objective of the trip, from Ankara’s point of view, has been referred to as attracting capital from Arab states of the Persian Gulf region.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Analysis of British Strategy against China, Causes of its Escalation against Beijing

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs considered the harsh positions of Britain against China in line with the old policy of using political levers for exerting pressure to obtain commercial and economic concessions and said: In the current situation, Britain is no longer able to influence power relations at the global level in the domestic and international arenas, and for this reason, it is trying to prevent further decline in its global position by maintaining its strategic alliance with the United States of America.

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Foreign Policy Challenges of the New Greek Government

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: With the holding of the national elections in Greece on May 21, although the winning party announced priorities of its future government to be mainly improvement of the economic situation, the continuation of the national policy in foreign relations, security, and immigration would be most important challenges for this EU and NATO member country. Although the new leaders defend the continuation of the foreign and defense policy, strengthening of the country’s armed forces, creation of solid alliances, and development of the weapons program over the past four years, they differ in the field of energy exploration, the militarization of some islands in the Aegean Sea, and the issue of refugees.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International Affairs analyst

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Consequences of Moscow-Riyadh Cooperation on Sale of Russian Oil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Institute of Strategic Studies says there has been a change in the global energy transmission lines after the Ukraine war began. He noted: With the continued shift in the oil trade routes of Russia, India and China have become strategic business partners for Moscow. This development has taken place in the shadow of the decline of the US influence among its key allies in the Middle East.

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

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.

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Ukraine War; Approach of World Powers, Iran’s Policy

Strategic Council Online – Guest opinion: Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which was initially thought to be a lightning attack with quick and tangible results, has lasted a year; meantime with the recent stances taken by certain European countries at the Munich Security Conference to the effect that they have prepared for a long-term war, no definite end can be expected for the conflict.
Dr. Mohammad Mahdi Mazaheri – University professor

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Place of Energy in Possible Economic Recession in Germany, Effects on Europe

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Statistical data shows that in the fourth quarter of 2022, the German economy has suffered a slight decline and it is possible that a period of recession will begin in that country; a recession, which of course, is less than what should be worried about.
Reza Majidzadeh – Development researcher

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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