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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.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

Iran and Saudi relationship contribute to ending the war in Yemen

Strategic Council Online: The president of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said in a meeting with Hans Grundberg, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen that the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which was mediated by China, will contribute to ending the war in Yemen.

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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Amir Biparvaa

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An international law professor says what is transpiring in Myanmar is a humanitarian catastrophe, adding that the international community has a responsivity to shoulder and the veto power in the Security Council has prevented the council’s mechanism’s efficiency in connection with the genocide of the people of Myanmar by its government.

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Strategic Council Online- Interview
An expert on International Law affiliated to the Human Rights Headquarters of the Judicial Power while stating that gross violation of human rights in Canada is evident, he also pointed out the similar measures taken against the indigenous people of the United States and said:” For sure, these files are pursuable for international accountability of the governments of the US and Canada.

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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.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

Iran and Saudi relationship contribute to ending the war in Yemen

Strategic Council Online: The president of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said in a meeting with Hans Grundberg, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen that the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which was mediated by China, will contribute to ending the war in Yemen.

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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Amir Biparvaa

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An international law professor says what is transpiring in Myanmar is a humanitarian catastrophe, adding that the international community has a responsivity to shoulder and the veto power in the Security Council has prevented the council’s mechanism’s efficiency in connection with the genocide of the people of Myanmar by its government.

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Strategic Council Online- Interview
An expert on International Law affiliated to the Human Rights Headquarters of the Judicial Power while stating that gross violation of human rights in Canada is evident, he also pointed out the similar measures taken against the indigenous people of the United States and said:” For sure, these files are pursuable for international accountability of the governments of the US and Canada.

Amir Biparvaa

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An international law professor says what is transpiring in Myanmar is a humanitarian catastrophe, adding that the international community has a responsivity to shoulder and the veto power in the Security Council has prevented the council’s mechanism’s efficiency in connection with the genocide of the people of Myanmar by its government.

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Strategic Council Online- Interview
An expert on International Law affiliated to the Human Rights Headquarters of the Judicial Power while stating that gross violation of human rights in Canada is evident, he also pointed out the similar measures taken against the indigenous people of the United States and said:” For sure, these files are pursuable for international accountability of the governments of the US and Canada.

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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.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

Iran and Saudi relationship contribute to ending the war in Yemen

Strategic Council Online: The president of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said in a meeting with Hans Grundberg, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen that the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which was mediated by China, will contribute to ending the war in Yemen.

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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Amir Biparvaa

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

The responsibility of the United Nations and the Security Council for the humanitarian catastrophe in Myanmar

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An international law professor says what is transpiring in Myanmar is a humanitarian catastrophe, adding that the international community has a responsivity to shoulder and the veto power in the Security Council has prevented the council’s mechanism’s efficiency in connection with the genocide of the people of Myanmar by its government.

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Gross Violation of Rights of Indigenous People; International Accountability of the US and Canadian Governments

Strategic Council Online- Interview
An expert on International Law affiliated to the Human Rights Headquarters of the Judicial Power while stating that gross violation of human rights in Canada is evident, he also pointed out the similar measures taken against the indigenous people of the United States and said:” For sure, these files are pursuable for international accountability of the governments of the US and Canada.

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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.

Reverse Migration from Occupied Territories, Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: If the pillars of forming a nation-state are the four factors of population, territory, government, and sovereignty, the Zionist regime, since its establishment and according to the provisions of international law, has lacked the factors mentioned earlier.
Barsam Mohammadi – Expert on regional affairs

Iran and Saudi relationship contribute to ending the war in Yemen

Strategic Council Online: The president of the Strategic Council on Foreign Relations said in a meeting with Hans Grundberg, the UN Special Envoy for Yemen that the restoration of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, which was mediated by China, will contribute to ending the war in Yemen.

China’s Capacities, Challenges to Play a Role in Making Intl. Peace, Stability

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on East Asia affairs considers China as having traditional and modern components of power in the world, which enables Beijing, to enjoy the possibility of balancing. He says: The Chinese have limitations in role-playing as an actor to make international peace and stability and generally they enter the challenges from the more trivial topics. This approach is considered a challenge to boost China’s mediating role and influence.

Dimensions, goals and consequences of Judaization of Bahraini textbooks

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In September 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a reconciliation plan with the Zionist regime known as the “Abraham Accords”. Bahrain is the fourth Arab regime that has recognized the Zionist regime. During the past two years, Bahrain has been one of the Arab regimes that has continued to expand bilateral relations with Tel Aviv despite widespread domestic opposition.
Hamid Khoshayand- Expert of regional issues

A Glimpse at Developments of Intl. Order; a Year after Ukrainian War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of international affairs, saying that there is no sign of an end to the war in Ukraine in the current conditions, emphasized: Now the equations of the past are messed up and the new system is based on multilateralism and neutrality and relies on regionalism in which regional powers will cooperate and compete with each other at the international level.

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