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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.

The political solution to terminate the Ukrainian war is deadlocked

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The European issues researcher said about the latest round of tensions between the West and Moscow and Russia’s recent statements that it will react if Finland and Sweden join NATO, saying that “the discussion of Russia’s peripheral countries joining NATO is Moscow’s red line, and the Russian attack on Ukraine was also a reaction to this country’s attempt to join NATO.”

An Analysis of Boosting China-Russia Military Cooperation & US Concern

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher at the Research Institute of the Expediency Council stated that the defeat of Russia in the war in Ukraine would mean strengthening the political and geopolitical position of the US up to Eastern Europe, which would bring no positive consequences for China. He noted: Military blockade with China, even for Russia, is costly because, due to the difference in their power balance, this blockade may force the Russians to abandon some political and security considerations in the long run against China and stay in the shadows.

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

US Strategy in Ukraine: Continuation of War, Weakening of Russia & Europe

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs said that with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine and its consequences, Europe had been wholly weakened in the strategic field, added: Considering the current situation and the role and the benefit of the United States in the continuation of the war, supply of financial and military aid to Ukraine and the war itself will continue and European countries will not have a fundamental change in their strategies; unless the pressure of public opinion, the anti-war power, the aggravation of the current economic conditions and the prevailing inflation and massive immigration, can limit the measures of European countries.

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Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the latest political and military developments in Yemen, said that the current developments in Yemen have serious distinctions compared to the developments of the last 6 years, which are indicative of new events.

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Strategic Council Online – The start of Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against Yemen on March 25, 2015 and the unequal continuation of this war to the present time has led to the emergence of a huge swamp for the Saudi coalition after six years as such that the United States and the pro-Saudi coalition governments are desperately looking for a solution to this crisis. In fact, the main question will be whether the end of the Yemen war is a strategic necessity for the countries involved in this crisis or the political life of this crisis is nearing the end of its life?
Kourosh Salehi – International affairs expert

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Strategic Council Online: Contrary to existing perceptions, Ansarullah faces a limitation in choosing a scenario for the end of the Yemeni crisis that is limited to the display of military power and boosting it. Of course, the Yemeni people in different scenes have shown their ability to execute such a scenario well, and they are fully in line with Ansarullah, which is one of the important parameters in determining the outcome of this brutal war.
Jafar Ghanadbashi – Middle East affairs expert

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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.

The political solution to terminate the Ukrainian war is deadlocked

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The European issues researcher said about the latest round of tensions between the West and Moscow and Russia’s recent statements that it will react if Finland and Sweden join NATO, saying that “the discussion of Russia’s peripheral countries joining NATO is Moscow’s red line, and the Russian attack on Ukraine was also a reaction to this country’s attempt to join NATO.”

An Analysis of Boosting China-Russia Military Cooperation & US Concern

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher at the Research Institute of the Expediency Council stated that the defeat of Russia in the war in Ukraine would mean strengthening the political and geopolitical position of the US up to Eastern Europe, which would bring no positive consequences for China. He noted: Military blockade with China, even for Russia, is costly because, due to the difference in their power balance, this blockade may force the Russians to abandon some political and security considerations in the long run against China and stay in the shadows.

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

US Strategy in Ukraine: Continuation of War, Weakening of Russia & Europe

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs said that with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine and its consequences, Europe had been wholly weakened in the strategic field, added: Considering the current situation and the role and the benefit of the United States in the continuation of the war, supply of financial and military aid to Ukraine and the war itself will continue and European countries will not have a fundamental change in their strategies; unless the pressure of public opinion, the anti-war power, the aggravation of the current economic conditions and the prevailing inflation and massive immigration, can limit the measures of European countries.

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Arabian Peninsula

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the latest political and military developments in Yemen, said that the current developments in Yemen have serious distinctions compared to the developments of the last 6 years, which are indicative of new events.

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Strategic Council Online – The start of Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against Yemen on March 25, 2015 and the unequal continuation of this war to the present time has led to the emergence of a huge swamp for the Saudi coalition after six years as such that the United States and the pro-Saudi coalition governments are desperately looking for a solution to this crisis. In fact, the main question will be whether the end of the Yemen war is a strategic necessity for the countries involved in this crisis or the political life of this crisis is nearing the end of its life?
Kourosh Salehi – International affairs expert

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Strategic Council Online: Contrary to existing perceptions, Ansarullah faces a limitation in choosing a scenario for the end of the Yemeni crisis that is limited to the display of military power and boosting it. Of course, the Yemeni people in different scenes have shown their ability to execute such a scenario well, and they are fully in line with Ansarullah, which is one of the important parameters in determining the outcome of this brutal war.
Jafar Ghanadbashi – Middle East affairs expert

Arabian Peninsula

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the latest political and military developments in Yemen, said that the current developments in Yemen have serious distinctions compared to the developments of the last 6 years, which are indicative of new events.

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Strategic Council Online – The start of Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against Yemen on March 25, 2015 and the unequal continuation of this war to the present time has led to the emergence of a huge swamp for the Saudi coalition after six years as such that the United States and the pro-Saudi coalition governments are desperately looking for a solution to this crisis. In fact, the main question will be whether the end of the Yemen war is a strategic necessity for the countries involved in this crisis or the political life of this crisis is nearing the end of its life?
Kourosh Salehi – International affairs expert

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Strategic Council Online: Contrary to existing perceptions, Ansarullah faces a limitation in choosing a scenario for the end of the Yemeni crisis that is limited to the display of military power and boosting it. Of course, the Yemeni people in different scenes have shown their ability to execute such a scenario well, and they are fully in line with Ansarullah, which is one of the important parameters in determining the outcome of this brutal war.
Jafar Ghanadbashi – Middle East affairs expert

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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.

The political solution to terminate the Ukrainian war is deadlocked

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The European issues researcher said about the latest round of tensions between the West and Moscow and Russia’s recent statements that it will react if Finland and Sweden join NATO, saying that “the discussion of Russia’s peripheral countries joining NATO is Moscow’s red line, and the Russian attack on Ukraine was also a reaction to this country’s attempt to join NATO.”

An Analysis of Boosting China-Russia Military Cooperation & US Concern

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher at the Research Institute of the Expediency Council stated that the defeat of Russia in the war in Ukraine would mean strengthening the political and geopolitical position of the US up to Eastern Europe, which would bring no positive consequences for China. He noted: Military blockade with China, even for Russia, is costly because, due to the difference in their power balance, this blockade may force the Russians to abandon some political and security considerations in the long run against China and stay in the shadows.

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

US Strategy in Ukraine: Continuation of War, Weakening of Russia & Europe

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs said that with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine and its consequences, Europe had been wholly weakened in the strategic field, added: Considering the current situation and the role and the benefit of the United States in the continuation of the war, supply of financial and military aid to Ukraine and the war itself will continue and European countries will not have a fundamental change in their strategies; unless the pressure of public opinion, the anti-war power, the aggravation of the current economic conditions and the prevailing inflation and massive immigration, can limit the measures of European countries.

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Arabian Peninsula

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Signs of Shift in Balance of Power in Yemen War

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, commenting on the latest political and military developments in Yemen, said that the current developments in Yemen have serious distinctions compared to the developments of the last 6 years, which are indicative of new events.

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Yemen War; Strategic necessities and emergence of new power

Strategic Council Online – The start of Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against Yemen on March 25, 2015 and the unequal continuation of this war to the present time has led to the emergence of a huge swamp for the Saudi coalition after six years as such that the United States and the pro-Saudi coalition governments are desperately looking for a solution to this crisis. In fact, the main question will be whether the end of the Yemen war is a strategic necessity for the countries involved in this crisis or the political life of this crisis is nearing the end of its life?
Kourosh Salehi – International affairs expert

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Display of Power the Only Option for Ansarullah to End Yemen War

Strategic Council Online: Contrary to existing perceptions, Ansarullah faces a limitation in choosing a scenario for the end of the Yemeni crisis that is limited to the display of military power and boosting it. Of course, the Yemeni people in different scenes have shown their ability to execute such a scenario well, and they are fully in line with Ansarullah, which is one of the important parameters in determining the outcome of this brutal war.
Jafar Ghanadbashi – Middle East affairs expert

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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.

The political solution to terminate the Ukrainian war is deadlocked

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The European issues researcher said about the latest round of tensions between the West and Moscow and Russia’s recent statements that it will react if Finland and Sweden join NATO, saying that “the discussion of Russia’s peripheral countries joining NATO is Moscow’s red line, and the Russian attack on Ukraine was also a reaction to this country’s attempt to join NATO.”

An Analysis of Boosting China-Russia Military Cooperation & US Concern

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher at the Research Institute of the Expediency Council stated that the defeat of Russia in the war in Ukraine would mean strengthening the political and geopolitical position of the US up to Eastern Europe, which would bring no positive consequences for China. He noted: Military blockade with China, even for Russia, is costly because, due to the difference in their power balance, this blockade may force the Russians to abandon some political and security considerations in the long run against China and stay in the shadows.

An Analysis of Rapprochement in Arabs-Syria Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs commenting on the process of rapprochement of the Arabs and Syria and the developments that have taken place in this regard, said: Normalization of the relations of Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia and Syria, on the one hand, is due to global developments, especially the war in Ukraine and the US focus on that war and, the other, returns to the change in the policies of Riyadh.

US Strategy in Ukraine: Continuation of War, Weakening of Russia & Europe

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs said that with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine and its consequences, Europe had been wholly weakened in the strategic field, added: Considering the current situation and the role and the benefit of the United States in the continuation of the war, supply of financial and military aid to Ukraine and the war itself will continue and European countries will not have a fundamental change in their strategies; unless the pressure of public opinion, the anti-war power, the aggravation of the current economic conditions and the prevailing inflation and massive immigration, can limit the measures of European countries.

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