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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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Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent NATO meeting in Spain on 29-30 of June 2022, regardless of the fact that it was held during the Ukraine crisis and the approach of the alliance to that crisis, reveals the issue of joining new members and the future direction of the alliance is important for another reason which is the presence of heads of four the Asian countries, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand, in that meeting, which are considered as being among NATO’s global partners. This shows the importance of examining NATO’s attitude towards the Asia-Pacific region.
Mohammad Javad Ghahermani – Expert on China issues

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The concurrency of the return of Navalnyto Moscow with the establishment of the Biden administration in the Washington suggests that Democrats are still trying to loan concrete concepts such as democracy and citizenship rights to exert maximum pressure on the present government in Kremlin—an issue which could complement economic pressures on Russia and instigate protests in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhshiteh—Professor of Eurasia National University

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Strategic Council Online-Editorial: The interference of the White House in the domestic affairs of Russia during the past one month concerning the Alexi Navalny issue indicated that the Biden administration is profiting from the tools of democracy and human rights for its own interest in order to obtain maximal interests in the global order. And this is an issue which can cause more frictions in the relations between the United States and Russia as Russia believes that the West presents a two-direction and conflicting definition of concrete concepts such as freedom, human rights and democracy.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhishteh, professor of the International Relations Faculty of the National Eurasia University

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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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Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent NATO meeting in Spain on 29-30 of June 2022, regardless of the fact that it was held during the Ukraine crisis and the approach of the alliance to that crisis, reveals the issue of joining new members and the future direction of the alliance is important for another reason which is the presence of heads of four the Asian countries, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand, in that meeting, which are considered as being among NATO’s global partners. This shows the importance of examining NATO’s attitude towards the Asia-Pacific region.
Mohammad Javad Ghahermani – Expert on China issues

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The concurrency of the return of Navalnyto Moscow with the establishment of the Biden administration in the Washington suggests that Democrats are still trying to loan concrete concepts such as democracy and citizenship rights to exert maximum pressure on the present government in Kremlin—an issue which could complement economic pressures on Russia and instigate protests in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhshiteh—Professor of Eurasia National University

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Strategic Council Online-Editorial: The interference of the White House in the domestic affairs of Russia during the past one month concerning the Alexi Navalny issue indicated that the Biden administration is profiting from the tools of democracy and human rights for its own interest in order to obtain maximal interests in the global order. And this is an issue which can cause more frictions in the relations between the United States and Russia as Russia believes that the West presents a two-direction and conflicting definition of concrete concepts such as freedom, human rights and democracy.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhishteh, professor of the International Relations Faculty of the National Eurasia University

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Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent NATO meeting in Spain on 29-30 of June 2022, regardless of the fact that it was held during the Ukraine crisis and the approach of the alliance to that crisis, reveals the issue of joining new members and the future direction of the alliance is important for another reason which is the presence of heads of four the Asian countries, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand, in that meeting, which are considered as being among NATO’s global partners. This shows the importance of examining NATO’s attitude towards the Asia-Pacific region.
Mohammad Javad Ghahermani – Expert on China issues

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The concurrency of the return of Navalnyto Moscow with the establishment of the Biden administration in the Washington suggests that Democrats are still trying to loan concrete concepts such as democracy and citizenship rights to exert maximum pressure on the present government in Kremlin—an issue which could complement economic pressures on Russia and instigate protests in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhshiteh—Professor of Eurasia National University

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Strategic Council Online-Editorial: The interference of the White House in the domestic affairs of Russia during the past one month concerning the Alexi Navalny issue indicated that the Biden administration is profiting from the tools of democracy and human rights for its own interest in order to obtain maximal interests in the global order. And this is an issue which can cause more frictions in the relations between the United States and Russia as Russia believes that the West presents a two-direction and conflicting definition of concrete concepts such as freedom, human rights and democracy.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhishteh, professor of the International Relations Faculty of the National Eurasia University

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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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Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Germany’s “New Defense Policy Guidelines”: Return of Germanic People to Age of Militarism?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: For the first time in more than a decade, Germany issued its “new defense policy guidelines,” and “Boris Pistorius,” the German Minister of Defense, asked the pillars of his country to be “ready for a war” and “capable of defense.” He has pledged to strengthen the army to become the backbone of European deterrence and collective defense.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Evolution in NATO’s Attitude towards Asia-Pacific

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent NATO meeting in Spain on 29-30 of June 2022, regardless of the fact that it was held during the Ukraine crisis and the approach of the alliance to that crisis, reveals the issue of joining new members and the future direction of the alliance is important for another reason which is the presence of heads of four the Asian countries, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand, in that meeting, which are considered as being among NATO’s global partners. This shows the importance of examining NATO’s attitude towards the Asia-Pacific region.
Mohammad Javad Ghahermani – Expert on China issues

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Russia’s need to new coalitions

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The concurrency of the return of Navalnyto Moscow with the establishment of the Biden administration in the Washington suggests that Democrats are still trying to loan concrete concepts such as democracy and citizenship rights to exert maximum pressure on the present government in Kremlin—an issue which could complement economic pressures on Russia and instigate protests in the country.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhshiteh—Professor of Eurasia National University

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Perspective of Moscow-Washington relations during the Biden administration

Strategic Council Online-Editorial: The interference of the White House in the domestic affairs of Russia during the past one month concerning the Alexi Navalny issue indicated that the Biden administration is profiting from the tools of democracy and human rights for its own interest in order to obtain maximal interests in the global order. And this is an issue which can cause more frictions in the relations between the United States and Russia as Russia believes that the West presents a two-direction and conflicting definition of concrete concepts such as freedom, human rights and democracy.
Dr. Ahmad Vakhishteh, professor of the International Relations Faculty of the National Eurasia University

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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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