Tag: Pakistan

India’s Creeping Strategy against Kashmir

Strategic Council Online: Given the recently announced decisions on Kashmir, several scenarios are foreseeable in the future, each requiring a specific reaction.
Nozar Shafiei – Subcontinent Affairs Expert

Prerequisites of Possible Iran-Saudi Dialogue

Strategic Council Online: Former Middle East Department Director General of the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said it may be better for Iran and Saudi Arabia to talk directly and without mediation. “If Iran and Saudi could reach agreement on a framework both the US influence will decline in the region and the big powers that are interested in getting stronger and seek tension and escalation of regional competitions will become weaker in playing their game,” he said.

Scenarios Ahead of Kashmir Crisis

Strategic Council Online: There is a scenario about Kashmir whereby in the absence of any solution, the critical situation of Muslims in Kashmir will continue until other options are found in India and Pakistan in the future.
Nozar Shafiei – Subcontinent Affairs Expert

RCEP, ECO: Potentials to Develop Closer Cooperation

Strategic Council Online: The most important cooperation potentials of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are: RCEP’s significant contribution to the global economy, the common interests of certain member states of both organizations in trade and economic war with the United States, and RCEP’s open doors to admit other economic organizations.

Indian’s readiness for Negotiations with Pakistan?!

Strategic Council Online: Former Iranian ambassador to Pakistan says relations between India and Pakistan will be tense at least in the short term, adding: “Tensions between the two countries over Kashmir are likely to continue, and normalization of relations between the two countries does not seem to be easy.”

Consequences of Indian Government’s Kashmir Decision

Strategic Council Online: A Subcontinent affairs expert says India’s decision to change its constitution and revoke Kashmir’s Special Status will have negative consequences for the Muslims, noting that the decision could have a serious impact on peaceful coexistence between Muslims and Hindus in India, provide a platform for terrorism by ISIS and al-Qaeda elements in the Kashmir region, and disrupt relations between India and Pakistan.

Goals of Ashraf Ghani’s Visit to Pakistan

Strategic Council Online: The most important goal of Mr Ashraf Ghani’s visit to Pakistan is to draw the attention of the Islamabad government and Mr Imran Khan’s support for the peace process in Afghanistan.
Mohammad Reza Asgari Moroudi – Expert on the Subcontinent Affairs