Tag: Democrats

Differences, Similarities of Trump-Biden Approach towards Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – An expert on US affairs, commenting on the role of the United States in supporting the Zionist regime and the differences between the policies of the White House in the Republican administration and the Democrats said: Despite the differences in the policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden towards Tel Aviv, the Democratic administration remains committed to supporting Israel in the field of security; that is why Biden’s administration, despite differences with the Zionist regime in other areas, continues to define Israel’s security as a central principle in the area of military and financial support for itself.

Perspective of Relations between Turkey and the US during Biden

Strategic Council Online- An expert and analyst on Turkey said in a dialogue about relations between Ankara and Washington during President Biden: “the relations between Turkey and the US were impressed by different issues within the last decade. The issues cast shadow on the relations, the result of which can be seen even now.”

The uneven path of Biden presidency

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of US affairs says the Biden administration has not yet made an achievement in many domestic areas such as consolidating social cohesion, restrictions concerning the use of weapons and racial discrimination especially in the police structure.

US Role in Recent Russia-Ukraine Tensions

Strategic Council Online – New movements on the Russian-Ukrainian borders are more related to the resurgence of traditional differences and geopolitical rivalries between Russia and the United States than to the Moscow-Kiev bilateral relationship.
Shoaib Bahman – Expert on Russian affairs

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The concurrency of the return of Navalnyto Moscow with the establishment of the Biden administration in the Washington suggests that Democrats are still trying to loan concrete concepts such as democracy and citizenship rights to exert maximum pressure on the present government in Kremlin—an issue which could complement economic pressures on Russia and instigate protests in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhshiteh—Professor of Eurasia National University

Biden Administration and Downplaying Bin Salman’s Role in Khashoggi Murder

Strategic Council Online – A professor at the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran, said: Despite some positions, Biden and the Democrats intend to soften the public mind about the crime of Khashoggi’s murder. This Biden’s move clearly demonstrates the Democrats’ cover-up policy, they are always hidden behind the words.

Intensification of Zionist regime domestic crises

Online Strategic Council—Interview: A professor of international relations in the Faculty of the World Studies of the University of Tehran says under the present circumstances, the main challenge of Benjamin Netanyahu is the judicial case and financial corruption allegations against him.

Targets of Recent US Military Movements in Syria

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting over the US attempts to increase its military presence in Syria, and in particular Washington’s moves in the northern part of the country, said: Joe Biden apparently intends to continue the same policies of Donald Trump regarding Syria.

Perspective of US-European Differences over China

Strategic Council Online – Referring to the strategic dialogue between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and French President’s diplomatic adviser Emmanuel Boone, a European affairs expert stressed that the recent meeting of high-ranking Chinese and French officials is important because we are witnessing escalating tensions between China and the United States, and somehow there is a deep rift between European governments and the United States on how to deal with Beijing.

Détente of West towards Venezuela?

Strategic Council Online – Note: Given Europe’s coordination with Biden’s administration, the West, including Europe and the United States in general, is likely to pursue a common policy toward Venezuela.
Dr. Hadi Aalami Fariman – Expert on Latin America affairs

Outlook of Taliban-US Talks under Biden Presidency

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the subcontinent affairs said that with Biden coming to power, the strategy that the Americans have devised for Afghanistan will not change, but perhaps the current administration’s tactics towards Taliban and Afghanistan would be different from those of Donald Trump.

Modality of Return to JCPOA; Tough Test for New US Administration

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international affairs believes that the position taken by the new US Secretary of State and White House spokesman that Iran should first return to its obligations in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and then wait for the lifting of the US sanctions will not be accepted by Iran. The modality of the US return to the JCPOA is the test the Biden administration is facing.

Future of JCPOA and Obstructions of European Side

Strategy Council Online – An expert on Europe affairs said that the Europeans considered the Iran Nuclear Agreement a great political and security achievement and for this reason stood up to Donald Trump’s position on withdrawing from what is also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Riyadh, Manama Concerned about Biden Administration’s Approach on Iran

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of West Asia affairs said that Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are concerned about their internal situation and their governments without popular support and noted that Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, due to their performance in the area of human rights, may have problems with the Democrats in the United States and this has caused concern for the two governments.

Saudi Efforts to Reduce Tensions in the Region & the Need for Qatar’s Vigilance

Strategic Council Online – An expert on Saudi Arabia said that reducing tensions is the concurrent desire of the three countries of Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, said: The Saudi concern over the return of the United States to the Iran Nuclear Agreement (also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) and boosting Iran’s economic strength have prompted Riyadh to minimize tensions with the Arab and Sunni fronts before Trump leaves the White House and Biden takes over in order to confront Iran with a new lineup. But the important point in this regard is the vigilance of Qatar. In other words, Doha should be careful not to be caught by the Saudi conspiracy against Iran, which was beside Qatar during the difficult years of sanctions.

Prospects for Europe-US Relations and Poland’s Exit from EU

Strategic Council Online – A faculty member of the Research Institute for Strategic Studies said that with the return of the Democrats and the internationalist approach in the United States, US-European relations will be restored to a large extent and the possibility for the weakening of the EU will stop. He added: Trump was in favour of disintegration in Europe, but in the aftermath of the coming to power of the new US administration, it seems very unlikely that Poland will take the issue of leaving the EU seriously.

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.