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BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Caucasus affairs said: Following news reports that the Kremlin has implicitly confirmed that Russian peacekeepers are withdrawing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region and taking their weapons and equipment with them, this question is seriously raised: Does Russia want to hand over the South Caucasus region to the West?

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A Caucasus affairs expert said: “If the trend of divergence among regional countries, especially Armenia and Azerbaijan, from Russia accelerates, Russians may show a more serious reaction and even prevent the traditional regional order change using force.”

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of geopolitical affairs considered cooperation in the field of energy as the main priority of relations between Beijing and Baku and stated: The recent agreement between the Republic of Azerbaijan and China, while covering issues related to the import and export of oil and gas and development of new energies, also helps to advance China’s approach in resolving or reducing tensions in the Caucasus.

Analysis of French Role in Developments of the Caucasus Region

France, with a Cautious Approach, a Forerunner of the EU Policy towards Baku

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the institutional actions of the European Union against the Republic of Azerbaijan are followed cautiously, and saying that, on the one hand, the European Union does not want to act passively regarding the Caucasus issues, but on the other hand, Europe’s need for this country’s gas has caused it to take cautious steps regarding the sending of military equipment to Armenia, and in this regard, all the military equipment that was made in the agreement between France and Armenia has not been sent. Only defense systems, which are very cautious and more limited than the previous agreement, have been sent.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

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BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Caucasus affairs said: Following news reports that the Kremlin has implicitly confirmed that Russian peacekeepers are withdrawing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region and taking their weapons and equipment with them, this question is seriously raised: Does Russia want to hand over the South Caucasus region to the West?

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A Caucasus affairs expert said: “If the trend of divergence among regional countries, especially Armenia and Azerbaijan, from Russia accelerates, Russians may show a more serious reaction and even prevent the traditional regional order change using force.”

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of geopolitical affairs considered cooperation in the field of energy as the main priority of relations between Beijing and Baku and stated: The recent agreement between the Republic of Azerbaijan and China, while covering issues related to the import and export of oil and gas and development of new energies, also helps to advance China’s approach in resolving or reducing tensions in the Caucasus.

Analysis of French Role in Developments of the Caucasus Region

France, with a Cautious Approach, a Forerunner of the EU Policy towards Baku

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the institutional actions of the European Union against the Republic of Azerbaijan are followed cautiously, and saying that, on the one hand, the European Union does not want to act passively regarding the Caucasus issues, but on the other hand, Europe’s need for this country’s gas has caused it to take cautious steps regarding the sending of military equipment to Armenia, and in this regard, all the military equipment that was made in the agreement between France and Armenia has not been sent. Only defense systems, which are very cautious and more limited than the previous agreement, have been sent.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

Caucasus

Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Caucasus affairs said: Following news reports that the Kremlin has implicitly confirmed that Russian peacekeepers are withdrawing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region and taking their weapons and equipment with them, this question is seriously raised: Does Russia want to hand over the South Caucasus region to the West?

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A Caucasus affairs expert said: “If the trend of divergence among regional countries, especially Armenia and Azerbaijan, from Russia accelerates, Russians may show a more serious reaction and even prevent the traditional regional order change using force.”

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of geopolitical affairs considered cooperation in the field of energy as the main priority of relations between Beijing and Baku and stated: The recent agreement between the Republic of Azerbaijan and China, while covering issues related to the import and export of oil and gas and development of new energies, also helps to advance China’s approach in resolving or reducing tensions in the Caucasus.

Analysis of French Role in Developments of the Caucasus Region

France, with a Cautious Approach, a Forerunner of the EU Policy towards Baku

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the institutional actions of the European Union against the Republic of Azerbaijan are followed cautiously, and saying that, on the one hand, the European Union does not want to act passively regarding the Caucasus issues, but on the other hand, Europe’s need for this country’s gas has caused it to take cautious steps regarding the sending of military equipment to Armenia, and in this regard, all the military equipment that was made in the agreement between France and Armenia has not been sent. Only defense systems, which are very cautious and more limited than the previous agreement, have been sent.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

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BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Withdrawal of Russian Forces from South Caucasus; Strategy or Tactic?

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Caucasus affairs said: Following news reports that the Kremlin has implicitly confirmed that Russian peacekeepers are withdrawing from the Nagorno-Karabakh region and taking their weapons and equipment with them, this question is seriously raised: Does Russia want to hand over the South Caucasus region to the West?

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

The Outlook of Geopolitical Competition Among Major Powers in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A Caucasus affairs expert said: “If the trend of divergence among regional countries, especially Armenia and Azerbaijan, from Russia accelerates, Russians may show a more serious reaction and even prevent the traditional regional order change using force.”

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Can the Middle Corridor Replace the Red Sea Route?

Strategic Council Online: The tensions in the Red Sea have made the plan to transfer goods transportation route from the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab Strait to the “Middle Corridor” in the Caucasus the talk of the town.

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Objectives & Consequences of China’s Energy Agreement with the Republic of Azerbaijan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of geopolitical affairs considered cooperation in the field of energy as the main priority of relations between Beijing and Baku and stated: The recent agreement between the Republic of Azerbaijan and China, while covering issues related to the import and export of oil and gas and development of new energies, also helps to advance China’s approach in resolving or reducing tensions in the Caucasus.

Analysis of French Role in Developments of the Caucasus Region

France, with a Cautious Approach, a Forerunner of the EU Policy towards Baku

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the institutional actions of the European Union against the Republic of Azerbaijan are followed cautiously, and saying that, on the one hand, the European Union does not want to act passively regarding the Caucasus issues, but on the other hand, Europe’s need for this country’s gas has caused it to take cautious steps regarding the sending of military equipment to Armenia, and in this regard, all the military equipment that was made in the agreement between France and Armenia has not been sent. Only defense systems, which are very cautious and more limited than the previous agreement, have been sent.

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Russia-Armenia Divergence on the Rise

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor said that the nationalist movements in Armenia believe that Moscow’s measures not only have no benefit for them but have also imposed some costs; and added that in a situation where Russia, which is currently involved in Ukraine, acting in its interests, Armenia has decided that it would be more beneficial to closely cooperate with the international community while pursuing its interests.

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

France vs. Baku and Ankara in the Caucasus

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international relations university professor stated that Paris is trying not to allow the situation in the Caucasus to progress as desired by the Republic of Azerbaijan and Turkey and hopes the situation can be shaped as much as possible in line with French interests through military assistance, adding: France, after Russia, is the second largest foreign investor in Armenia since 2016. This country is trying to create a rift between Armenia and Russia by strengthening ties with Armenia. France’s military support to Armenia is an important and new development that we are witnessing after the weakening of Russia’s position in Armenia.

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BRICS: Capacities & Opportunities

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recently, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that BRICS is currently reviewing about 30 requests from different countries proposing various forms of cooperation. The increase in the number of countries applying for membership in the BRICS group indicates the growing importance of this group in the political and economic relations of the international system.

The Zionist Regime Has to Accept a Ceasefire in the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on West Asian issues said: The recent resolution proposed by the United States to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and release prisoners was approved with 14 positive votes, one abstention (Russia), and no negative votes at the UN Security Council meeting. None of the parties to the Gaza war have yet agreed to this resolution.

The Outlook for Global Oil Demand in the Coming Decades

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Amid a report by the International Energy Agency that the global oil market will face a significant surplus at the end of this decade, Iran’s former representative in OPEC said: The IEA report does not apply to all countries and regions, but only some countries, especially the Europeans.

An Analysis on Possible Withdrawal of Armenia from the CSTO

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Last week, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced in a statement in the parliament his country’s intention to withdraw from the collective security pact consisting of several former Soviet states led by Russia. However, the exact time of this action has not yet been determined.

Hamas Approach to US Ceasefire Plan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Palestinian issues said: What is being discussed about the ceasefire plans is not necessarily the issue of stopping the war in Gaza and the exchange of prisoners, but the important issue of formulating the post-war status for each of the two sides.

An Analysis on the Adoption the IAEA Board of Governors’ Resolution Against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An international lawyer and senior expert on international affairs said: The abstention and negative votes to the resolution of the Board of Governors regarding Iran should not overshadow the importance of the resolution’s content. In the past, there had been resolutions that were adopted with a similar voting ratio but that, nevertheless, ultimately left a negative impact on the nuclear dossier by shifting the course towards an unfavorable direction.

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