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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.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

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France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Strategic Council Online: Note: The increase in people’s support for far-right parties in the parliamentary elections of Italy, France, Finland, and the Netherlands will make the upcoming elections of the European Parliament the most competitive elections in the history of the European Parliament. But considering the growing popularity of far right-wing groups in Europe and the increasing possibility of their victory in the polls, it will sound a warning for Europe.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of international affairs

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister says it is unlikely for the Turkish government to put all its eggs in the basket of the West and NATO and jeopardize its relations with Russia at a time when Russia is involved in the Ukraine war and has close relations with Ankara. It should be seen what kind of a deal Turkey has made to persuade it to vote for Sweden’s membership in NATO.

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs said: The French foreign minister recently after two Zionist ministers demanded the settlement of the people of Gaza outside of this area, stated that “it’s not up to Israel to determine the future of Gaza, which is Palestinian land.”

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Strategic Council Online: An expert on international affairs says, however, Moscow has managed a significant portion of the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union under the influence of the Ukraine war; the costs incurred so far to curb the economic problems in this war will have long-term effects on the Russian economy; in other words, Russia has a tough choice ahead in the future.

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Strategic Council Online—Opinion– The passage of 21,000 vessels and the transit of 57% of the world’s energy through the Bab al-Mandeb route has turned this region into one of the most important routes for the transfer of goods globally. A considerable amount of crude oil, diesel, and other oil products from the Middle East are transported to Europe, and Russian oil goes to India and China through this route.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

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

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.

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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.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

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France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Strategic Council Online: Note: The increase in people’s support for far-right parties in the parliamentary elections of Italy, France, Finland, and the Netherlands will make the upcoming elections of the European Parliament the most competitive elections in the history of the European Parliament. But considering the growing popularity of far right-wing groups in Europe and the increasing possibility of their victory in the polls, it will sound a warning for Europe.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of international affairs

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister says it is unlikely for the Turkish government to put all its eggs in the basket of the West and NATO and jeopardize its relations with Russia at a time when Russia is involved in the Ukraine war and has close relations with Ankara. It should be seen what kind of a deal Turkey has made to persuade it to vote for Sweden’s membership in NATO.

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs said: The French foreign minister recently after two Zionist ministers demanded the settlement of the people of Gaza outside of this area, stated that “it’s not up to Israel to determine the future of Gaza, which is Palestinian land.”

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Strategic Council Online: An expert on international affairs says, however, Moscow has managed a significant portion of the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union under the influence of the Ukraine war; the costs incurred so far to curb the economic problems in this war will have long-term effects on the Russian economy; in other words, Russia has a tough choice ahead in the future.

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Strategic Council Online—Opinion– The passage of 21,000 vessels and the transit of 57% of the world’s energy through the Bab al-Mandeb route has turned this region into one of the most important routes for the transfer of goods globally. A considerable amount of crude oil, diesel, and other oil products from the Middle East are transported to Europe, and Russian oil goes to India and China through this route.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

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

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.

European Union

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Strategic Council Online: Note: The increase in people’s support for far-right parties in the parliamentary elections of Italy, France, Finland, and the Netherlands will make the upcoming elections of the European Parliament the most competitive elections in the history of the European Parliament. But considering the growing popularity of far right-wing groups in Europe and the increasing possibility of their victory in the polls, it will sound a warning for Europe.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of international affairs

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister says it is unlikely for the Turkish government to put all its eggs in the basket of the West and NATO and jeopardize its relations with Russia at a time when Russia is involved in the Ukraine war and has close relations with Ankara. It should be seen what kind of a deal Turkey has made to persuade it to vote for Sweden’s membership in NATO.

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs said: The French foreign minister recently after two Zionist ministers demanded the settlement of the people of Gaza outside of this area, stated that “it’s not up to Israel to determine the future of Gaza, which is Palestinian land.”

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Strategic Council Online: An expert on international affairs says, however, Moscow has managed a significant portion of the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union under the influence of the Ukraine war; the costs incurred so far to curb the economic problems in this war will have long-term effects on the Russian economy; in other words, Russia has a tough choice ahead in the future.

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Strategic Council Online—Opinion– The passage of 21,000 vessels and the transit of 57% of the world’s energy through the Bab al-Mandeb route has turned this region into one of the most important routes for the transfer of goods globally. A considerable amount of crude oil, diesel, and other oil products from the Middle East are transported to Europe, and Russian oil goes to India and China through this route.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

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

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.

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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.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

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France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Far Right Prepares to Play Stronger Role in European Parliamentary Elections

Strategic Council Online: Note: The increase in people’s support for far-right parties in the parliamentary elections of Italy, France, Finland, and the Netherlands will make the upcoming elections of the European Parliament the most competitive elections in the history of the European Parliament. But considering the growing popularity of far right-wing groups in Europe and the increasing possibility of their victory in the polls, it will sound a warning for Europe.
Mahmoud Fazeli, Analyst of international affairs

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Turkey’s Expectations & Achievements after Voting for Sweden’s NATO Membership

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister says it is unlikely for the Turkish government to put all its eggs in the basket of the West and NATO and jeopardize its relations with Russia at a time when Russia is involved in the Ukraine war and has close relations with Ankara. It should be seen what kind of a deal Turkey has made to persuade it to vote for Sweden’s membership in NATO.

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

EU’s Dual and Ineffective Stance on Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs said: The French foreign minister recently after two Zionist ministers demanded the settlement of the people of Gaza outside of this area, stated that “it’s not up to Israel to determine the future of Gaza, which is Palestinian land.”

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Russia’s Tricks and Costs in Coping with the Sanctions

Strategic Council Online: An expert on international affairs says, however, Moscow has managed a significant portion of the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union under the influence of the Ukraine war; the costs incurred so far to curb the economic problems in this war will have long-term effects on the Russian economy; in other words, Russia has a tough choice ahead in the future.

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Greece’s domestic opposition to joining the US coalition in the Red Sea

Strategic Council Online—Opinion– The passage of 21,000 vessels and the transit of 57% of the world’s energy through the Bab al-Mandeb route has turned this region into one of the most important routes for the transfer of goods globally. A considerable amount of crude oil, diesel, and other oil products from the Middle East are transported to Europe, and Russian oil goes to India and China through this route.
Mahmoud Fazeli—Analyst of international affairs

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

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.

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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.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

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