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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

Strategic Council online – Opinion: In its recent meeting in Germany, G-7 has introduced a new infra-structural plan which is considered, in a way, as a competitor to China’s One Belt – One Road initiative. The objective of the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) is to allocate $ 600 billion for global infrastructural projects in countries with low and medium-income within the next five years.
Alireza Samoudi, Expert on European Affairs

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A member of the Association for Environmental Risks and Sustainable Development of Iran, emphasizing the need to pay attention to and prioritize “water diplomacy”, said: Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, by attracting UN cooperation, should co-sponsor regional agreements for controlling climate change, process of environmental degradation and water resources and water right of all Middle Eastern countries, and even controlling dangerous deserts, which are the main source of creating dust.

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Strategic Council Online –Guest Post: Among the key elements that control and manage political – social behavioral patterns of nation states concerning establishment of order and provision of security is the advantage of access to fresh water. More than putting emphasis on the comfort and welfare of citizens, role of water in the Middle East leaves effect on the unity and integration of political entities.
Maryam Verij Kazemi, Researcher, Geopolitical Issues

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The first meeting of the leaders of Group of Twenty (G20) – leaders of 20 top economic powers in the world – was held in Rome, capital of Italy, on 30 and 31 October 2021, after the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Senior Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says while we saw the threat only in issues such as the economy and military power, the outbreak of coronavirus showed some issues, such as disease and ecological changes that we didn’t think about could turn into a crisis. So, he said, a mechanism must be put in place to deal with such crises in a coordinated, common and efficient way. In addition, we need to reduce our dependence on foreign supplies for our strategic goods through sound planning.

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

Strategic Council online – Opinion: In its recent meeting in Germany, G-7 has introduced a new infra-structural plan which is considered, in a way, as a competitor to China’s One Belt – One Road initiative. The objective of the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) is to allocate $ 600 billion for global infrastructural projects in countries with low and medium-income within the next five years.
Alireza Samoudi, Expert on European Affairs

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A member of the Association for Environmental Risks and Sustainable Development of Iran, emphasizing the need to pay attention to and prioritize “water diplomacy”, said: Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, by attracting UN cooperation, should co-sponsor regional agreements for controlling climate change, process of environmental degradation and water resources and water right of all Middle Eastern countries, and even controlling dangerous deserts, which are the main source of creating dust.

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Strategic Council Online –Guest Post: Among the key elements that control and manage political – social behavioral patterns of nation states concerning establishment of order and provision of security is the advantage of access to fresh water. More than putting emphasis on the comfort and welfare of citizens, role of water in the Middle East leaves effect on the unity and integration of political entities.
Maryam Verij Kazemi, Researcher, Geopolitical Issues

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The first meeting of the leaders of Group of Twenty (G20) – leaders of 20 top economic powers in the world – was held in Rome, capital of Italy, on 30 and 31 October 2021, after the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Senior Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says while we saw the threat only in issues such as the economy and military power, the outbreak of coronavirus showed some issues, such as disease and ecological changes that we didn’t think about could turn into a crisis. So, he said, a mechanism must be put in place to deal with such crises in a coordinated, common and efficient way. In addition, we need to reduce our dependence on foreign supplies for our strategic goods through sound planning.

ecological changes

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

Strategic Council online – Opinion: In its recent meeting in Germany, G-7 has introduced a new infra-structural plan which is considered, in a way, as a competitor to China’s One Belt – One Road initiative. The objective of the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) is to allocate $ 600 billion for global infrastructural projects in countries with low and medium-income within the next five years.
Alireza Samoudi, Expert on European Affairs

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A member of the Association for Environmental Risks and Sustainable Development of Iran, emphasizing the need to pay attention to and prioritize “water diplomacy”, said: Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, by attracting UN cooperation, should co-sponsor regional agreements for controlling climate change, process of environmental degradation and water resources and water right of all Middle Eastern countries, and even controlling dangerous deserts, which are the main source of creating dust.

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Strategic Council Online –Guest Post: Among the key elements that control and manage political – social behavioral patterns of nation states concerning establishment of order and provision of security is the advantage of access to fresh water. More than putting emphasis on the comfort and welfare of citizens, role of water in the Middle East leaves effect on the unity and integration of political entities.
Maryam Verij Kazemi, Researcher, Geopolitical Issues

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The first meeting of the leaders of Group of Twenty (G20) – leaders of 20 top economic powers in the world – was held in Rome, capital of Italy, on 30 and 31 October 2021, after the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Senior Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says while we saw the threat only in issues such as the economy and military power, the outbreak of coronavirus showed some issues, such as disease and ecological changes that we didn’t think about could turn into a crisis. So, he said, a mechanism must be put in place to deal with such crises in a coordinated, common and efficient way. In addition, we need to reduce our dependence on foreign supplies for our strategic goods through sound planning.

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Necessity of Investigating Caspian Sea Level Decrease’s Causes in Cooperation with Coastal Countries

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member at Tarbiat Modares University said: The only binding legal mechanism for the marine environment of the Caspian Sea is the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, also known as the “Tehran Convention,” with its five protocols, which have many capacities and whose scope includes various issues, including prevention and reduction of pollution, Caspian Sea level fluctuations, exchange of and access to information, management of coastal areas, etc. While examining such capacities for the cooperation of the coastal countries, they should be made more active by removing the obstacles to preserve and strengthen the marine and environmental regime of the Caspian Sea.

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

G-7 Looks at China Differently; from Competitor to Threat

Strategic Council online – Opinion: In its recent meeting in Germany, G-7 has introduced a new infra-structural plan which is considered, in a way, as a competitor to China’s One Belt – One Road initiative. The objective of the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) is to allocate $ 600 billion for global infrastructural projects in countries with low and medium-income within the next five years.
Alireza Samoudi, Expert on European Affairs

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Need to Pursue Water Diplomacy, Deal with Fine Particles through Regional Pacts

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A member of the Association for Environmental Risks and Sustainable Development of Iran, emphasizing the need to pay attention to and prioritize “water diplomacy”, said: Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, by attracting UN cooperation, should co-sponsor regional agreements for controlling climate change, process of environmental degradation and water resources and water right of all Middle Eastern countries, and even controlling dangerous deserts, which are the main source of creating dust.

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Geopolitical Role of Water in Creation & Expansion of Tensions in the Middle East

Strategic Council Online –Guest Post: Among the key elements that control and manage political – social behavioral patterns of nation states concerning establishment of order and provision of security is the advantage of access to fresh water. More than putting emphasis on the comfort and welfare of citizens, role of water in the Middle East leaves effect on the unity and integration of political entities.
Maryam Verij Kazemi, Researcher, Geopolitical Issues

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

G20 Summit in Italy; Dominance of the Margins Over the Text

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The first meeting of the leaders of Group of Twenty (G20) – leaders of 20 top economic powers in the world – was held in Rome, capital of Italy, on 30 and 31 October 2021, after the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Senior Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Political, Economic Systems and Challenges of Corona Crisis

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says while we saw the threat only in issues such as the economy and military power, the outbreak of coronavirus showed some issues, such as disease and ecological changes that we didn’t think about could turn into a crisis. So, he said, a mechanism must be put in place to deal with such crises in a coordinated, common and efficient way. In addition, we need to reduce our dependence on foreign supplies for our strategic goods through sound planning.

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Objectives and Prospects of Opening China’s Fifth Research Station in Antarctica

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent years, with the increase of China’s power, it is clearly possible to see this country’s activism strengthening in different regions of the world. A clear example is Beijing’s activities in Antarctica. Although China has set up four research stations in Antarctica in the last few decades, the opening of the fifth station can be important.
Mohammad Javad Ghahramani – China issues expert

An Analysis of Possible Withdrawal of American Military Forces from Iraq

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: There is a lot of political and field pressure for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and this issue has made it more difficult for the country’s military forces to remain in Iraq on the eve of the US presidential elections.

Russia’s Approach to the Supply of Turkish Drones to Ukraine

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A Turkish issues researcher said that Turkiye’s military cooperation with Ukraine, especially in the field of building unmanned aerial vehicles, is not a simple matter but based on a multifaceted policy that Turkiye has taken since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Ankara is trying to maintain its role in creating regional and global balance by playing a role in the Ukraine crisis.

Suspension of aid to UNRWA, gross violation of international laws and UN regulations

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on regional issues said that sanctioning UNRWA and suspending financial aid to this aid organization in Palestine and Gaza is a retaliatory action by the United States and its allies against the provisional vote of the Hague Tribunal, which strongly condemned the Israeli regime and its supporters and put them against global public opinion and human rights laws.

Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

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