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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Belarus

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Research Institute for Strategic Studies, emphasizing that we should consider Wagner as being finished and annihilated, said: Wagner has handed over his weapons to Russia, and Moscow is closely monitoring them, therefore under the current situation taking organized measures against Kremlin is impossible, and the new leader of that group, in fact; is supposed to follow the plan for the integration of those people in the Ministry of Defense.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The placement of nuclear weapons of NATO and Russia near each other’s borders will increase the risk of tensions and entry of the US and Russia into a hot war and face the non-proliferation and progress in the field of nuclear disarmament with serious risks. Meantime, Non-nuclear countries are forced to take countermeasures to ensure their security.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Strategic Council Online-opinion: The recent elections in Hungary, concurrent with the war in Ukraine, caused great sensitivities in this country and in the European Union. In this election, Victor Urban, the leader of Fitz ruling party, ran against Peter Marquise, the leader of a six-party coalition opposition. All opposition parties seemed to see the defeat of Urban and Fitz in the parliamentary elections as their common goal. The European Union also followed the elections closely; But despite the predictable outcome of the election, little hope for Hungarian reformists as well as Brussels leaders was dashed, and the Fitz party was declared the winner with more than half of the vote.
Hossein Sayyahi—Researcher of international issue

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine showed that most of the predictions that considered the idea of an attack a mere propaganda ploy and the conspiracy of Western media or regarded the interwoven global economy an obstacle hindering outbreak of war were not accurate enough.
Seyed Nader Nourbakhsh – Expert on Europe affairs

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tension between Russia and NATO has entered into new stage during the recent months. Verbal assaults of NATO and EU members against Russia continue in different ways. Russia opponents believe that Putin who misses the former Soviet Union is recreating Russian influenced region in the East. As they believe, he who considers the dismemberment of the Soviet Union as Geopolitical Tragedy knows that he intends to review the post-Soviet Union international order and acquires his clout over the former Soviet Union republics.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of International Issues

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: In addition to bilateral relations, regionalism as well as linking the economic interests of Northern neighbors to Iran’s potentials can bring more achievements.
Mehdi Khoorsand, Expert on China and Eurasia affairs

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs, while pointing to the dire condition of asylum seekers and human rights abuses in Europe against them, said: Far right-wing tendencies and partisan and national interests are very strong in the behavior of the EU which has endangered the lives of many asylum seekers.

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: A new wave of migration has been formed in the eastern borders of the European Union once again in recent days. Immigrants from predominantly crisis-hit countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria are trying to reach the EU member states, but what seems different this time from other cases is Europe’s finger of accusation which is pointed at Belarus.
Hossein Sayyahi – Researcher on international affairs

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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Belarus

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Research Institute for Strategic Studies, emphasizing that we should consider Wagner as being finished and annihilated, said: Wagner has handed over his weapons to Russia, and Moscow is closely monitoring them, therefore under the current situation taking organized measures against Kremlin is impossible, and the new leader of that group, in fact; is supposed to follow the plan for the integration of those people in the Ministry of Defense.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The placement of nuclear weapons of NATO and Russia near each other’s borders will increase the risk of tensions and entry of the US and Russia into a hot war and face the non-proliferation and progress in the field of nuclear disarmament with serious risks. Meantime, Non-nuclear countries are forced to take countermeasures to ensure their security.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Strategic Council Online-opinion: The recent elections in Hungary, concurrent with the war in Ukraine, caused great sensitivities in this country and in the European Union. In this election, Victor Urban, the leader of Fitz ruling party, ran against Peter Marquise, the leader of a six-party coalition opposition. All opposition parties seemed to see the defeat of Urban and Fitz in the parliamentary elections as their common goal. The European Union also followed the elections closely; But despite the predictable outcome of the election, little hope for Hungarian reformists as well as Brussels leaders was dashed, and the Fitz party was declared the winner with more than half of the vote.
Hossein Sayyahi—Researcher of international issue

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine showed that most of the predictions that considered the idea of an attack a mere propaganda ploy and the conspiracy of Western media or regarded the interwoven global economy an obstacle hindering outbreak of war were not accurate enough.
Seyed Nader Nourbakhsh – Expert on Europe affairs

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tension between Russia and NATO has entered into new stage during the recent months. Verbal assaults of NATO and EU members against Russia continue in different ways. Russia opponents believe that Putin who misses the former Soviet Union is recreating Russian influenced region in the East. As they believe, he who considers the dismemberment of the Soviet Union as Geopolitical Tragedy knows that he intends to review the post-Soviet Union international order and acquires his clout over the former Soviet Union republics.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of International Issues

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: In addition to bilateral relations, regionalism as well as linking the economic interests of Northern neighbors to Iran’s potentials can bring more achievements.
Mehdi Khoorsand, Expert on China and Eurasia affairs

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs, while pointing to the dire condition of asylum seekers and human rights abuses in Europe against them, said: Far right-wing tendencies and partisan and national interests are very strong in the behavior of the EU which has endangered the lives of many asylum seekers.

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: A new wave of migration has been formed in the eastern borders of the European Union once again in recent days. Immigrants from predominantly crisis-hit countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria are trying to reach the EU member states, but what seems different this time from other cases is Europe’s finger of accusation which is pointed at Belarus.
Hossein Sayyahi – Researcher on international affairs

Belarus

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Research Institute for Strategic Studies, emphasizing that we should consider Wagner as being finished and annihilated, said: Wagner has handed over his weapons to Russia, and Moscow is closely monitoring them, therefore under the current situation taking organized measures against Kremlin is impossible, and the new leader of that group, in fact; is supposed to follow the plan for the integration of those people in the Ministry of Defense.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The placement of nuclear weapons of NATO and Russia near each other’s borders will increase the risk of tensions and entry of the US and Russia into a hot war and face the non-proliferation and progress in the field of nuclear disarmament with serious risks. Meantime, Non-nuclear countries are forced to take countermeasures to ensure their security.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Strategic Council Online-opinion: The recent elections in Hungary, concurrent with the war in Ukraine, caused great sensitivities in this country and in the European Union. In this election, Victor Urban, the leader of Fitz ruling party, ran against Peter Marquise, the leader of a six-party coalition opposition. All opposition parties seemed to see the defeat of Urban and Fitz in the parliamentary elections as their common goal. The European Union also followed the elections closely; But despite the predictable outcome of the election, little hope for Hungarian reformists as well as Brussels leaders was dashed, and the Fitz party was declared the winner with more than half of the vote.
Hossein Sayyahi—Researcher of international issue

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine showed that most of the predictions that considered the idea of an attack a mere propaganda ploy and the conspiracy of Western media or regarded the interwoven global economy an obstacle hindering outbreak of war were not accurate enough.
Seyed Nader Nourbakhsh – Expert on Europe affairs

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tension between Russia and NATO has entered into new stage during the recent months. Verbal assaults of NATO and EU members against Russia continue in different ways. Russia opponents believe that Putin who misses the former Soviet Union is recreating Russian influenced region in the East. As they believe, he who considers the dismemberment of the Soviet Union as Geopolitical Tragedy knows that he intends to review the post-Soviet Union international order and acquires his clout over the former Soviet Union republics.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of International Issues

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: In addition to bilateral relations, regionalism as well as linking the economic interests of Northern neighbors to Iran’s potentials can bring more achievements.
Mehdi Khoorsand, Expert on China and Eurasia affairs

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs, while pointing to the dire condition of asylum seekers and human rights abuses in Europe against them, said: Far right-wing tendencies and partisan and national interests are very strong in the behavior of the EU which has endangered the lives of many asylum seekers.

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: A new wave of migration has been formed in the eastern borders of the European Union once again in recent days. Immigrants from predominantly crisis-hit countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria are trying to reach the EU member states, but what seems different this time from other cases is Europe’s finger of accusation which is pointed at Belarus.
Hossein Sayyahi – Researcher on international affairs

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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Russia and Wagner’s Future

Russia and Wagner’s Future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Research Institute for Strategic Studies, emphasizing that we should consider Wagner as being finished and annihilated, said: Wagner has handed over his weapons to Russia, and Moscow is closely monitoring them, therefore under the current situation taking organized measures against Kremlin is impossible, and the new leader of that group, in fact; is supposed to follow the plan for the integration of those people in the Ministry of Defense.

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Russia’s Withdrawal from CFE Treaty; a Sign of Resumption of Cold War with the West

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs stated that by withdrawing from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and other military pacts, Russia is creating a kind of ambiguity in the scope of its military power, adding: Ambiguity in military power also occurred in the Cold War, and we are now witnessing a new Cold War between Russia and the West.

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Consequences of Placing Russian Nuclear Weapons in Belarus

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The placement of nuclear weapons of NATO and Russia near each other’s borders will increase the risk of tensions and entry of the US and Russia into a hot war and face the non-proliferation and progress in the field of nuclear disarmament with serious risks. Meantime, Non-nuclear countries are forced to take countermeasures to ensure their security.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Consequences of elections in Hungary for the European Union

Strategic Council Online-opinion: The recent elections in Hungary, concurrent with the war in Ukraine, caused great sensitivities in this country and in the European Union. In this election, Victor Urban, the leader of Fitz ruling party, ran against Peter Marquise, the leader of a six-party coalition opposition. All opposition parties seemed to see the defeat of Urban and Fitz in the parliamentary elections as their common goal. The European Union also followed the elections closely; But despite the predictable outcome of the election, little hope for Hungarian reformists as well as Brussels leaders was dashed, and the Fitz party was declared the winner with more than half of the vote.
Hossein Sayyahi—Researcher of international issue

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Roots and Implications of Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine showed that most of the predictions that considered the idea of an attack a mere propaganda ploy and the conspiracy of Western media or regarded the interwoven global economy an obstacle hindering outbreak of war were not accurate enough.
Seyed Nader Nourbakhsh – Expert on Europe affairs

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Consequences of Tensions between Russia & NATO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tension between Russia and NATO has entered into new stage during the recent months. Verbal assaults of NATO and EU members against Russia continue in different ways. Russia opponents believe that Putin who misses the former Soviet Union is recreating Russian influenced region in the East. As they believe, he who considers the dismemberment of the Soviet Union as Geopolitical Tragedy knows that he intends to review the post-Soviet Union international order and acquires his clout over the former Soviet Union republics.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of International Issues

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Outcomes of Economic Cooperation between Iran & Eurasia

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: In addition to bilateral relations, regionalism as well as linking the economic interests of Northern neighbors to Iran’s potentials can bring more achievements.
Mehdi Khoorsand, Expert on China and Eurasia affairs

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Severe Asylum Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border, EU’s Anti-Human Rights Approach

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Europe affairs, while pointing to the dire condition of asylum seekers and human rights abuses in Europe against them, said: Far right-wing tendencies and partisan and national interests are very strong in the behavior of the EU which has endangered the lives of many asylum seekers.

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Iron Wall Policy & Human Rights Claims in Europe?!

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: A new wave of migration has been formed in the eastern borders of the European Union once again in recent days. Immigrants from predominantly crisis-hit countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria are trying to reach the EU member states, but what seems different this time from other cases is Europe’s finger of accusation which is pointed at Belarus.
Hossein Sayyahi – Researcher on international affairs

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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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