Tag: Abed Akbari

An Analysis of the Changing Nature of Coalitions in the International System

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Governments, as key players in the international system, seek to survive, achieve security, and or secure interests and accumulate power. In the chaotic environment of the international system, in terms of threats, conflicts, or in order to secure interests and influence, states unite, line up, and form a coalition “with” or “against” other states.
Abed Akbari-Expert of international issues

The Necessity of Professional and Non-Political Approach of the IAEA towards Iran’s Nuclear Program

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says even though the International Atomic Energy Agency has emphasized that it is seeking constructive engagement with Iran, due to pressures by the White House and the Zionist regime, and allegations leveled against Iran, the behavior of the IAEA towards Iran is non-professional and non-technical and is becoming politically-motivated, which is a misguided and wrong attitude.

Vaccine Diplomacy & Decadence of Democracy

Strategic Council Online- Corona pandemic, its consequences and impacts have caused revival, redefinition and even change in debates and discussable concepts of different sciences such as experimental, medical and humanities.
Aabed Akbari, Expert, International Affairs

Role of Drones & variety of their missions in forthcoming wars

Strategic Council Online- In the light of technology advancement and military strategies, the armed forces throughout the world are concentrating on the promotion of their capabilities in the creation and application of drones and also guided robots on sea and air.
Abed Akbari, International Analyst

Delay in payment of Iran’s contribution to the UN due to sanctions and passive position of the United Nations

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Iran was one of the founding members of the United Nations and had direct involvement in drafting its Charter. Concepts such as justice and international law made their way to the UN Charter as the result of the contribution and cooperation among Iran and several other countries. Iran was among the first 50 states that participated in the San Francisco Summit in April 1945 and adopted the UN Charter. One of the other turning points in the relations between Iran and the United Nations at the beginning of the activity of this international institution was Iran’s negative stance on veto power and its opposition to the interference of international organizations in the domestic affairs of member states.
Abed Akbari—Expert of international issues

G-7 Statement, An instrument for Psychological warfare at world range

Strategic Council Online- Although the joint Statement issued by G-7 foreign ministers is the declaration of position on their common foreign policy, which is not very important from this point of view, but from paradigm point of view, as it plans to harbor a self-made notion at this historical juncture of the world, it requires to be paid attention meticulously by thinkers and to prevent the conceptual idea made by its interpretation.
Aabed Akbari, Expert on International Affairs

Europe’s Apathy and Confusion towards JCPOA

Strategic Council Online – Biden’s policy towards Iran and even the current European approach seem to be an imitation of Donald Trump’s approach which, with its insistence on maintaining maximum pressure and negotiating regional and missile issues in the agreement, raises the question of how there is any talk of reviving the JCPOA?
Abed Akbari – Expert on European affairs

Corona Vaccine & World Powers Monopolistic & Discriminatory Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Although the sources of vaccine production came from people who saw their aid as a donation to save humanity, but with Western governments taking control of these resources, they have been given the tools of power to determine “who should live and who should not.”
Abed Akbari – International Affairs Analyst

Post-Brexit British Challenges

Strategic Council Online: Leaving the European Union is not easy and for long years London will be facing complex negotiations ahead. Britain will lose the benefits it has had in agreements with the European Union and EU partners.
Abed Akbari – European Affairs Expert