Tag: Corona

US, China on the Brink of Cold War?

Strategic Council Online – The puzzles of strategic rivalry between China and the United States seem to be arranged rapidly, and the world should expect a new rivalry between Washington and Beijing as it did during the Cold War, and at the same time as the United States and the Soviet Union affected the whole world, the rivalry between the United States and China could affect the interests and security of many countries.
Tahmoures Gholami – Expert on US affairs

Zionist Regime and Continuation of Political Stalemate

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs, referring to the Knesset elections in Israel and the failure of the two main parties (the Likud and the Blue and White) to win seats required to form a government, said that the elections are likely to be held in Israel again.

The role of Norooz civilizational domain in advancing foreign policy

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Under the present global economic and political circumstances, the role of cultural and public diplomacy is very significant as a chain which links diplomatic relations. Cultural diplomacy and public diplomacy are the cornerstone and a proper ground for the advancement of foreign policy and Norooz here can play a significant role as an important global event.
Mirqasem Momeni—Managing Director of Cheshm Andaz Abrar Novin Institute

An Analysis of Biden’s National Security Document and Its Difference from Trump Era

Strategic Council Online – A faculty member of the Center for Strategic Studies, referring to the threats mentioned in the interim national security document of the Biden administration, said: This document emphasizes the competition between the great powers and the threat of changing the distribution of power in the international system and in the US foreign policy, unlike in the past, terrorism and extremism are no longer the primary threat to the US national security.

Intensification of Zionist regime domestic crises

Online Strategic Council—Interview: A professor of international relations in the Faculty of the World Studies of the University of Tehran says under the present circumstances, the main challenge of Benjamin Netanyahu is the judicial case and financial corruption allegations against him.

The trend of the global debt crisis and the future perspective

Strategic Council Online-Editorial: With rising hopes for alleviating the Covid-19 outbreak, experts are studying the legacy and impact of this crisis on the global economy.
Iman Samadinia—researcher of the Economic Diplomacy Studies Office, University of Imam Sadeq (AS)

Prospect of Unrest in Zionist regime in Post-Trump Era

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of geopolitical affairs said: Joe Biden opposes Donald Trump’s policies towards Benjamin Netanyahu and the Palestinian issue, and domestic opposition in Israel have acknowledged this and hope that by continuing protests and escalating pressures, Netanyahu would be ousted from power and be summoned to the court.

Fresh Blood in International Anti-Sanctions Campaign

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international affairs, referring to the positions of some countries on the need for cooperation of US-sanctioned countries, said: The far-reaching effects of US sanctions on countries, especially during the Coronavirus epidemic, have shaped an international movement to criticize sanctions.

Bankruptcy in Foreign Policy; Trump’s Legacy for America

Strategic Council Online – Professor of the Department of American Studies at the University of Tehran called the decisions of Trump administration in foreign policy as confusing and unpredictable, and said: The most important legacy of the four-year Trump administration, for both the Democrats and the Republicans, is to accept the bitter fact that the United States can no longer maintain its policy of global supremacy alongside domestic economic stability.

Increased Possibility for No Deal Brexit and Its Consequences

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international affairs referred to the possibility of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU without a deal with regard to the inflexibility of London in relation to some clauses set out in the agreement and said: Approximately in about two weeks’ time London should announce its exit from the EU while there are still serious differences between the two sides.

Consequences of Continued Protests for France and Europe

Strategic Council Online – An expert on European developments, referring to the continued protests of the French people against performance of the government of Emmanuel Macron and its effects on the decline of regional and international power in that country, said: Macron will continue to face other waves of dissatisfaction under different excuses and motives.

Stark differences in the OPEC Plus meeting

Strategic Council Online-Interview: A regional affairs analyst says one of the main reasons behind proximity among the majority of OPEC member states to increase the production of oil in the recent OPEN Plus meeting was to maintain the shares of these countries in global markets so that they could address the demands of the market in the near future.

International implications of the reduction in the US shale oil production

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Bloomberg recently published a report on the end of remarkable growth in the production of shale oil by the United States; of course, the reduction of shale oil production is not a new phenomenon. It actually began several months ago. However, the recent report indicates a rapid reduction at a level some analysts cannot envisage a growth in the shale oil production even for the year 2023.
Reza Majidzadeh-Economics researcher

Prospect for JCPOA with Biden Coming to Power

Strategic Council Online – One of the most important questions that have come to the attention of political circles and domestic media in recent weeks is the way the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Acton (JCPOA) will be treated by the new US administration and that what would be the fate of the JCPOA in the Biden administration?
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on International Affairs

Biden’s Heavy Responsibility in Correcting Trump’s Mistakes

Strategic Council Online: Donald Trump’s presidency has disrupted global relations and in part reflects the problematic position of the United States in international politics. By returning to multilateralism and following the policies of other US presidents prior to Trump, Joe Biden will seek to revitalize to some extent the role of the American leadership in global affairs, including the fight against the Coronavirus.
Tahmoures Gholami – Expert on American Affairs

Europe-China Relations Overshadowed by Beijing-Washington Ties

Strategic Council Online: An expert on Europe affairs believes that if the EU was to fully approach China, in the post-Trump period it would cause them harm and would lead to more transatlantic gap. To this end, Europe has taken a double-standard policy towards China.

The Prospects of Covid-19 on the global economy and its future

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A university professor says international commerce suffered the biggest loss as the result of the damage inflicted on the global economy in industrialized and semi-industrialized nations by the outbreak of coronavirus.

Objectives of the Emirati delegation visit to the Occupied Territories

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The normalization of relations between some Arab countries and Israel is being pursued under one major objective: creating legitimacy for the Zionist regime in the Middle East—an issue which is being highlighted and followed up seriously by the President of the United States.
Davood Ahmadzadeh—Expert of Middle East affairs

China’s Share in Global Economic Growth & Its Strategic Implications

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international economics, referring to the effects of the China-US macro rivalry on the world economy and politics said: In the future of the world’s political-economic system, we will be witness to a new Cold War and see a standoff between a different East and West. But, how long it would take, is unpredictable.

Prospects of Outbreak of Unrest and Violence in Post-Election US

Strategic Council Online – A university professor said that US President Donald Trump is trying to lead the US election towards confrontation because, the existing infrastructure helps him to win the fight, but given the social conditions in the United States, in the case of election disputes we will be witness to protests and violence in the American society.