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New EU Strategy on Cooperation with the Persian Gulf, Its Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Guest Opinion: Normalization of Iran-Saudi relations with China’s mediation, which is an indication of Beijing’s more significant influence and role in new regional trends in the Middle East, increased speculations about the possibility of changes in the geostrategy of other powers.
Abbas Aslani – Expert on international relations

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

Arming Taiwan, One of the US Pressure Levers against China

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs called the provision of various types of US military-armament aid to Taiwan one of the foundations of Washington’ towards that island and said: The Chinese have intelligently realized that the US measures must be accompanied by proportionate reactions to make them fully understand that Beijing will not sit idly by the expansion of US-Taiwan relations and the increasing dispatch of US weapons to Taiwan.

What is the new position of the dollar in the global economy?

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The confrontation between Americanization and the Chineseization of the world has created a new acting field. While the Chinese side’s efforts to reduce the international power of the dollar and increase the global acceptance of the yuan have an increasing trend, it is not possible to correctly analyze and scenarioize the possible futures of this confrontation and the new arena of acting by relying on emotional and exaggerated reactions, and of course far from scientific neutrality.
Reza Majidzadeh—Researcher of economics

Fate of Afghanistan under Shadow of Taliban-Intl. Community Conflict

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on Afghanistan affairs, criticizing the weak role and performance of the United Nations regarding Afghanistan, emphasized: The difference of views, heterogeneous and different performances of countries regarding Afghanistan, along with the weak role of the United Nations, have completed the cycle of failure and in this situation, with the increasing risk of isolation of the Taliban, their leadership is gaining more power.

Establishing Chinese order in the region is one of the strategic goals of the Islamabad meeting

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Asian issues considered the tripartite meeting in Islamabad regarding Afghanistan as another Chinese initiative to establish peace and stability in the region by using economic tools, adding that this meeting arose from the security concerns of Pakistan and China concerning the realization of their political and economic interests in Afghanistan.

The strategic importance of resuming relations between Iran and Egypt

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: After the resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia created a wave of positive developments in the region and encouraged other Persian Gulf countries to resume or strengthen ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran, now the news indicates that Iran and Egypt with the mediation of Iraq are trying to resume diplomatic relations.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University scholar

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

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A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: As the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, 2023, are approaching, the activities of the eligible candidates are expanding. In the Turkish presidential election, four candidates, and in the parliamentary election, 27 parties will compete. The upcoming elections will be the 13th presidential election in Türkiye’s history, the second presidential election since the beginning of the presidential term, and the 28th parliamentary election in this country. The presidency and parliamentary representation term is five years, and the number of people elected representatives is 600.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs, saying that the victory of each of the candidates in the upcoming Turkish elections brings opportunities and threats in the field of foreign relations, emphasized: If the Nation Alliance wins the elections in Turkey, naturally Ankara’s regional ambitions will decrease, and this issue will leave its impacts on Iran-Turkey relations as well.

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While the disaster of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken Turkey, people of Turkey are going to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14. All the opinion polls show that Erdoğan is in a tough competition with other rivals. The deadly disaster of the recent earthquake has added to Erdogan’s political and economic problems.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Director of Turkology Group of Contemporary Islam Encyclopedia, commented on the Ankara’s decision to withdraw Jamal Khashoggi’ file and said:” Turkey does not basically, engage itself in long term disputes and normally follows its opportunistic interests from short term disputes and drops the issue as well as tension.

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert on Turkey issues commented on the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Turkish speaking countries which was hosted by Turkey on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Istanbul and said:” more willingness of Turkey to foster the concepts like Turkish World or the Turkish States and Turkish States Council is considered to be an effort to strengthen trans-national identity seeking in the foreign policy of Ankara, which is known as another part of ambitious programs in Euro-Asia region”.

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: The decision made by Recep Tayyip Erdogan to unprecedented expel of 10 ambassadors (Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, New Zealand and the U.S.) from Turkey, while accusing them for supporting the release of Osman Kavala has once again disclosed the disputes between Turkey and the Western countries.
Hassan Ashrafi, Researcher on Turkey affairs

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Strategic Council Online – The two governments of Iran and Turkey have been the two balanced, stable and important governments in the region for centuries, and these two governments, within the historical context, have always been the main players in the region.
Dr. Mohsen Eslami – Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An expert on Turkish issues has called Ankara’s policies toward Syria “ambitious” and said that under the current conditions Turkey faces challenges in the field of terrorism, the Syrian refugee crisis and the Kurdish separatism near its border that may face its internal security with a challenge.

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New EU Strategy on Cooperation with the Persian Gulf, Its Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Guest Opinion: Normalization of Iran-Saudi relations with China’s mediation, which is an indication of Beijing’s more significant influence and role in new regional trends in the Middle East, increased speculations about the possibility of changes in the geostrategy of other powers.
Abbas Aslani – Expert on international relations

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

Arming Taiwan, One of the US Pressure Levers against China

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs called the provision of various types of US military-armament aid to Taiwan one of the foundations of Washington’ towards that island and said: The Chinese have intelligently realized that the US measures must be accompanied by proportionate reactions to make them fully understand that Beijing will not sit idly by the expansion of US-Taiwan relations and the increasing dispatch of US weapons to Taiwan.

What is the new position of the dollar in the global economy?

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The confrontation between Americanization and the Chineseization of the world has created a new acting field. While the Chinese side’s efforts to reduce the international power of the dollar and increase the global acceptance of the yuan have an increasing trend, it is not possible to correctly analyze and scenarioize the possible futures of this confrontation and the new arena of acting by relying on emotional and exaggerated reactions, and of course far from scientific neutrality.
Reza Majidzadeh—Researcher of economics

Fate of Afghanistan under Shadow of Taliban-Intl. Community Conflict

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on Afghanistan affairs, criticizing the weak role and performance of the United Nations regarding Afghanistan, emphasized: The difference of views, heterogeneous and different performances of countries regarding Afghanistan, along with the weak role of the United Nations, have completed the cycle of failure and in this situation, with the increasing risk of isolation of the Taliban, their leadership is gaining more power.

Establishing Chinese order in the region is one of the strategic goals of the Islamabad meeting

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Asian issues considered the tripartite meeting in Islamabad regarding Afghanistan as another Chinese initiative to establish peace and stability in the region by using economic tools, adding that this meeting arose from the security concerns of Pakistan and China concerning the realization of their political and economic interests in Afghanistan.

The strategic importance of resuming relations between Iran and Egypt

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: After the resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia created a wave of positive developments in the region and encouraged other Persian Gulf countries to resume or strengthen ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran, now the news indicates that Iran and Egypt with the mediation of Iraq are trying to resume diplomatic relations.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University scholar

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

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A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: As the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, 2023, are approaching, the activities of the eligible candidates are expanding. In the Turkish presidential election, four candidates, and in the parliamentary election, 27 parties will compete. The upcoming elections will be the 13th presidential election in Türkiye’s history, the second presidential election since the beginning of the presidential term, and the 28th parliamentary election in this country. The presidency and parliamentary representation term is five years, and the number of people elected representatives is 600.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs, saying that the victory of each of the candidates in the upcoming Turkish elections brings opportunities and threats in the field of foreign relations, emphasized: If the Nation Alliance wins the elections in Turkey, naturally Ankara’s regional ambitions will decrease, and this issue will leave its impacts on Iran-Turkey relations as well.

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While the disaster of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken Turkey, people of Turkey are going to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14. All the opinion polls show that Erdoğan is in a tough competition with other rivals. The deadly disaster of the recent earthquake has added to Erdogan’s political and economic problems.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Director of Turkology Group of Contemporary Islam Encyclopedia, commented on the Ankara’s decision to withdraw Jamal Khashoggi’ file and said:” Turkey does not basically, engage itself in long term disputes and normally follows its opportunistic interests from short term disputes and drops the issue as well as tension.

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert on Turkey issues commented on the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Turkish speaking countries which was hosted by Turkey on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Istanbul and said:” more willingness of Turkey to foster the concepts like Turkish World or the Turkish States and Turkish States Council is considered to be an effort to strengthen trans-national identity seeking in the foreign policy of Ankara, which is known as another part of ambitious programs in Euro-Asia region”.

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: The decision made by Recep Tayyip Erdogan to unprecedented expel of 10 ambassadors (Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, New Zealand and the U.S.) from Turkey, while accusing them for supporting the release of Osman Kavala has once again disclosed the disputes between Turkey and the Western countries.
Hassan Ashrafi, Researcher on Turkey affairs

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Strategic Council Online – The two governments of Iran and Turkey have been the two balanced, stable and important governments in the region for centuries, and these two governments, within the historical context, have always been the main players in the region.
Dr. Mohsen Eslami – Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An expert on Turkish issues has called Ankara’s policies toward Syria “ambitious” and said that under the current conditions Turkey faces challenges in the field of terrorism, the Syrian refugee crisis and the Kurdish separatism near its border that may face its internal security with a challenge.

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A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: As the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, 2023, are approaching, the activities of the eligible candidates are expanding. In the Turkish presidential election, four candidates, and in the parliamentary election, 27 parties will compete. The upcoming elections will be the 13th presidential election in Türkiye’s history, the second presidential election since the beginning of the presidential term, and the 28th parliamentary election in this country. The presidency and parliamentary representation term is five years, and the number of people elected representatives is 600.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Reviewing Effects of Upcoming Elections on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs, saying that the victory of each of the candidates in the upcoming Turkish elections brings opportunities and threats in the field of foreign relations, emphasized: If the Nation Alliance wins the elections in Turkey, naturally Ankara’s regional ambitions will decrease, and this issue will leave its impacts on Iran-Turkey relations as well.

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

A Glance at Klichdaroglu’s Rivalry with Erdogan in Turkish Elections

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While the disaster of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken Turkey, people of Turkey are going to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14. All the opinion polls show that Erdoğan is in a tough competition with other rivals. The deadly disaster of the recent earthquake has added to Erdogan’s political and economic problems.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Director of Turkology Group of Contemporary Islam Encyclopedia, commented on the Ankara’s decision to withdraw Jamal Khashoggi’ file and said:” Turkey does not basically, engage itself in long term disputes and normally follows its opportunistic interests from short term disputes and drops the issue as well as tension.

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert on Turkey issues commented on the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Turkish speaking countries which was hosted by Turkey on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Istanbul and said:” more willingness of Turkey to foster the concepts like Turkish World or the Turkish States and Turkish States Council is considered to be an effort to strengthen trans-national identity seeking in the foreign policy of Ankara, which is known as another part of ambitious programs in Euro-Asia region”.

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: The decision made by Recep Tayyip Erdogan to unprecedented expel of 10 ambassadors (Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, New Zealand and the U.S.) from Turkey, while accusing them for supporting the release of Osman Kavala has once again disclosed the disputes between Turkey and the Western countries.
Hassan Ashrafi, Researcher on Turkey affairs

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

Strategic Council Online – The two governments of Iran and Turkey have been the two balanced, stable and important governments in the region for centuries, and these two governments, within the historical context, have always been the main players in the region.
Dr. Mohsen Eslami – Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An expert on Turkish issues has called Ankara’s policies toward Syria “ambitious” and said that under the current conditions Turkey faces challenges in the field of terrorism, the Syrian refugee crisis and the Kurdish separatism near its border that may face its internal security with a challenge.

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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.
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Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

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A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

A Glance at Presidential Election Results in Turkey

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Turkey affairs considered the results of the first round of the elections as a kind of victory for Erdogan and said: With the victory of Kılıçdaroğlu, some regional changes might be witnessed, but in any case, it seems that the winner of the elections will face a series of internal problems and those problems will be aggravated if Kılıçdaroğlu wins.

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

A look into the election contests in Turkiye and its strategic consequences

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: As the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, 2023, are approaching, the activities of the eligible candidates are expanding. In the Turkish presidential election, four candidates, and in the parliamentary election, 27 parties will compete. The upcoming elections will be the 13th presidential election in Türkiye’s history, the second presidential election since the beginning of the presidential term, and the 28th parliamentary election in this country. The presidency and parliamentary representation term is five years, and the number of people elected representatives is 600.
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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: After long speculations and consultations among Turkish parties known as the “Table of Six,” the leader of the People’s Republic Party, Kemal Klichdaroglu, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the six opposition parties after resolving the crisis with the “Good Party.” It is expected that 60 million people will participate in Turkey’s May 14 elections. Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

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Impacts of Earthquake in Turkey on Presidential Election

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: While the disaster of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken Turkey, people of Turkey are going to vote in the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14. All the opinion polls show that Erdoğan is in a tough competition with other rivals. The deadly disaster of the recent earthquake has added to Erdogan’s political and economic problems.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Behind the Scene of Turkey’s Withdrawal from Khashoggi’s Murder File

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Director of Turkology Group of Contemporary Islam Encyclopedia, commented on the Ankara’s decision to withdraw Jamal Khashoggi’ file and said:” Turkey does not basically, engage itself in long term disputes and normally follows its opportunistic interests from short term disputes and drops the issue as well as tension.

Ambitious Objectives of “Turkic Council” Summit

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Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert on Turkey issues commented on the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Turkish speaking countries which was hosted by Turkey on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Istanbul and said:” more willingness of Turkey to foster the concepts like Turkish World or the Turkish States and Turkish States Council is considered to be an effort to strengthen trans-national identity seeking in the foreign policy of Ankara, which is known as another part of ambitious programs in Euro-Asia region”.

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Consequences of the Recent Erdogan Approche against 10 Western Countries

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Hassan Ashrafi, Researcher on Turkey affairs

Foreign Policy Doctrine of Justice and Development Party towards Iran

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Strategic Council Online – The two governments of Iran and Turkey have been the two balanced, stable and important governments in the region for centuries, and these two governments, within the historical context, have always been the main players in the region.
Dr. Mohsen Eslami – Faculty member of Tarbiat Modarres University

A Look at Turkey’s Challenges in Syria

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Abbas Aslani – Expert on international relations

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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.
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Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher on Afghanistan affairs, criticizing the weak role and performance of the United Nations regarding Afghanistan, emphasized: The difference of views, heterogeneous and different performances of countries regarding Afghanistan, along with the weak role of the United Nations, have completed the cycle of failure and in this situation, with the increasing risk of isolation of the Taliban, their leadership is gaining more power.

Establishing Chinese order in the region is one of the strategic goals of the Islamabad meeting

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Asian issues considered the tripartite meeting in Islamabad regarding Afghanistan as another Chinese initiative to establish peace and stability in the region by using economic tools, adding that this meeting arose from the security concerns of Pakistan and China concerning the realization of their political and economic interests in Afghanistan.

The strategic importance of resuming relations between Iran and Egypt

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: After the resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia created a wave of positive developments in the region and encouraged other Persian Gulf countries to resume or strengthen ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran, now the news indicates that Iran and Egypt with the mediation of Iraq are trying to resume diplomatic relations.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University scholar

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

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