Tag: economic sanction

Elimination of Chinaphobia; necessary to Develop Cooperation with China

Strategic Council Online – Publication of a draft of the 25-year Iran-China agreement was one of the most important issues last year, which attracted great attention both in domestic and foreign circles. The realization of what is stated in the draft of this agreement can have very positive consequences, at least in the field of economy, not only for Iran but also for China.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – expert on international relations

Iran-West JCPOA Relations in 1399 (2020-2021)

Strategic Council Online – Referring to the most important developments between Iran and the West in the year 1399 (2020-2021), an expert on Europe and America affairs said: All developments in 1399 in the field of Iran-West relations have been overshadowed by the Iran Nuclear Agreement (also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action – (JCPOA).

Messages of Recent Iranian Military Exercises

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said that the messages or impressions that recent Iranian military exercises sent abroad were different from many previous messages due to the multiplicity and variety of those exercises. Following the mentioned exercises, we witnessed the recent threatening statements of the military officials of the Zionist regime against our country’s nuclear facilities, which are aimed at creating psychological warfare and overshadowing the positive effects of those exercises on the Axis of Resistance in the region. Of course, they are well aware of the fact that their slightest insane move against the Islamic Republic of Iran will be suicidal and will hasten their destruction.

US Sanctions against Iran, a Tool or a Strategy?

Strategic Council Online – National governments and international institutions such as the United Nations and the European Union impose economic sanctions with an aim of forcing, deterring, punishing or discrediting entities that jeopardize their interests or violate the so-called international norms. In fact, the philosophy of the existence of sanctions is a tool for the punishment and consequently forcing the target country to change its behavior. Sanctions are generally seen as a low-cost, low-risk route, and in fact as a course between diplomacy and war.
Peyman Hassani – Researcher at the Office of Economic Diplomacy Studies, Imam Sadegh (AS) University

Failure of US Strategy to Isolate Iran Diplomatically

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says the US administration has not been as successful in Iran’s diplomatic isolation as the economic sanctions. “The United States will do its best to implement this anti-Iran policy in the time left until the US presidential race.”

Economic Terrorism, Psychological Warfare; Two Anti-Iranian Strategies

Strategic Council Online: A faculty member of University of Tehran, referring to the psychological warfare that is currently being waged in foreign media, especially the affiliated and dissident Persian-language media against the Iranian people, said: “This pressure is very serious.” However, we are in the midst of a situation where economic sanctions on the one hand and the conditions of dealing with Corona, on the other hand, are putting pressure on us at the same time.