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Perspective of Relations between Kurdistan Regional Government and Baghdad

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Iraq issues said: As Turkey gets closer to the central government of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) should overlook many of its claims about its autonomy in the future and will become more dependent on the central government.

An Analysis on Importance & Status of Measures Taken by the Hague Court Regarding the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat says The Court of Justice at the Hauge adopted new measures in early April, according to which the Zionist regime “given the worsening conditions of life faced by Palestinians in Gaza, in particular, the spread of famine and starvation,” shall take “all necessary and effective measures to ensure, without delay, in full cooperation with the United Nations, the unhindered provision at scale by all concerned of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance to Palestinians throughout Gaza.”

An analysis of the failure of the Zionist regime’s strategy in the Gaza war

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: More than six months have passed since the war in Gaza. Although the Zionist regime was fully supported by the United States during this period and is present in the war scene with all its might, it has not been able to achieve any of its “declared” and “practical” goals.
Hamid Khoshayand –Expert of regional issues

Characteristics and Strategic Consequences of Iran’s Historic Response to Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: There are two different views about the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missile attacks against the Zionist regime. The first view is based on a superficial reading and a reductionist description that evaluates it as a low-impact and not-so-extensive operation. The second view, a realistic reading, sees Iran’s response as opening a new page of “balance of power” and “turning point” in regional equations, the effects and consequences of which will gradually emerge.

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

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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.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Europe is entering into its second winter since the valves of Russian gas pipelines were closed while it has managed to register a new record in the volume of its gas reserves. After the Russian attack on Ukraine in February 2022, Europe set a crisis plan to reduce its reliance on Russian fuel. Accordingly, the gas storage level should be completed by 65% by August, 80% by October, and 90% by November 2023. But after the end of this summer, two months ahead of schedule, the gas storage level was completed by 90%.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs, stating that immigration policies can lead to disagreements among EU member states of the Union, added: Differences in immigration policies can be one of the factors that lead to increased pressure on the European Union and the resulting consequences, especially difference between the right and left political currents along with social violence creates, would cause serious challenges for the Union.

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Members of the European Parliament recently criticized Turkey’s approach towards Russia and the country’s non-compliance with Moscow’s sanctions, lack of restricting Russian media amid that country’s special military operations in Ukraine, strengthening trade relations with Russia, Turkey’s hosting Russian citizens and Ankara’s refrain from joining European sanctions against Russia. In its report, the European Parliament expressed concern over Turkey’s decreasing alignment with the foreign and defense policy of the European Union. From the point of view of the European Parliament, Ankara and Brussels should find other ways for cooperation other than Turkey’s accession to the European Union because accession is not possible at present.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

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Perspective of Relations between Kurdistan Regional Government and Baghdad

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Iraq issues said: As Turkey gets closer to the central government of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) should overlook many of its claims about its autonomy in the future and will become more dependent on the central government.

An Analysis on Importance & Status of Measures Taken by the Hague Court Regarding the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat says The Court of Justice at the Hauge adopted new measures in early April, according to which the Zionist regime “given the worsening conditions of life faced by Palestinians in Gaza, in particular, the spread of famine and starvation,” shall take “all necessary and effective measures to ensure, without delay, in full cooperation with the United Nations, the unhindered provision at scale by all concerned of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance to Palestinians throughout Gaza.”

An analysis of the failure of the Zionist regime’s strategy in the Gaza war

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: More than six months have passed since the war in Gaza. Although the Zionist regime was fully supported by the United States during this period and is present in the war scene with all its might, it has not been able to achieve any of its “declared” and “practical” goals.
Hamid Khoshayand –Expert of regional issues

Characteristics and Strategic Consequences of Iran’s Historic Response to Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: There are two different views about the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missile attacks against the Zionist regime. The first view is based on a superficial reading and a reductionist description that evaluates it as a low-impact and not-so-extensive operation. The second view, a realistic reading, sees Iran’s response as opening a new page of “balance of power” and “turning point” in regional equations, the effects and consequences of which will gradually emerge.

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

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European Union

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.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Europe is entering into its second winter since the valves of Russian gas pipelines were closed while it has managed to register a new record in the volume of its gas reserves. After the Russian attack on Ukraine in February 2022, Europe set a crisis plan to reduce its reliance on Russian fuel. Accordingly, the gas storage level should be completed by 65% by August, 80% by October, and 90% by November 2023. But after the end of this summer, two months ahead of schedule, the gas storage level was completed by 90%.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs, stating that immigration policies can lead to disagreements among EU member states of the Union, added: Differences in immigration policies can be one of the factors that lead to increased pressure on the European Union and the resulting consequences, especially difference between the right and left political currents along with social violence creates, would cause serious challenges for the Union.

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Members of the European Parliament recently criticized Turkey’s approach towards Russia and the country’s non-compliance with Moscow’s sanctions, lack of restricting Russian media amid that country’s special military operations in Ukraine, strengthening trade relations with Russia, Turkey’s hosting Russian citizens and Ankara’s refrain from joining European sanctions against Russia. In its report, the European Parliament expressed concern over Turkey’s decreasing alignment with the foreign and defense policy of the European Union. From the point of view of the European Parliament, Ankara and Brussels should find other ways for cooperation other than Turkey’s accession to the European Union because accession is not possible at present.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

European Union

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.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Europe is entering into its second winter since the valves of Russian gas pipelines were closed while it has managed to register a new record in the volume of its gas reserves. After the Russian attack on Ukraine in February 2022, Europe set a crisis plan to reduce its reliance on Russian fuel. Accordingly, the gas storage level should be completed by 65% by August, 80% by October, and 90% by November 2023. But after the end of this summer, two months ahead of schedule, the gas storage level was completed by 90%.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs, stating that immigration policies can lead to disagreements among EU member states of the Union, added: Differences in immigration policies can be one of the factors that lead to increased pressure on the European Union and the resulting consequences, especially difference between the right and left political currents along with social violence creates, would cause serious challenges for the Union.

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Members of the European Parliament recently criticized Turkey’s approach towards Russia and the country’s non-compliance with Moscow’s sanctions, lack of restricting Russian media amid that country’s special military operations in Ukraine, strengthening trade relations with Russia, Turkey’s hosting Russian citizens and Ankara’s refrain from joining European sanctions against Russia. In its report, the European Parliament expressed concern over Turkey’s decreasing alignment with the foreign and defense policy of the European Union. From the point of view of the European Parliament, Ankara and Brussels should find other ways for cooperation other than Turkey’s accession to the European Union because accession is not possible at present.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

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Perspective of Relations between Kurdistan Regional Government and Baghdad

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Iraq issues said: As Turkey gets closer to the central government of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) should overlook many of its claims about its autonomy in the future and will become more dependent on the central government.

An Analysis on Importance & Status of Measures Taken by the Hague Court Regarding the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat says The Court of Justice at the Hauge adopted new measures in early April, according to which the Zionist regime “given the worsening conditions of life faced by Palestinians in Gaza, in particular, the spread of famine and starvation,” shall take “all necessary and effective measures to ensure, without delay, in full cooperation with the United Nations, the unhindered provision at scale by all concerned of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance to Palestinians throughout Gaza.”

An analysis of the failure of the Zionist regime’s strategy in the Gaza war

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: More than six months have passed since the war in Gaza. Although the Zionist regime was fully supported by the United States during this period and is present in the war scene with all its might, it has not been able to achieve any of its “declared” and “practical” goals.
Hamid Khoshayand –Expert of regional issues

Characteristics and Strategic Consequences of Iran’s Historic Response to Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: There are two different views about the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missile attacks against the Zionist regime. The first view is based on a superficial reading and a reductionist description that evaluates it as a low-impact and not-so-extensive operation. The second view, a realistic reading, sees Iran’s response as opening a new page of “balance of power” and “turning point” in regional equations, the effects and consequences of which will gradually emerge.

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

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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.

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Organizing Immigration Issue, Cause of Escalation of Divergence in EU

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs stated that the European Union is faced with the challenge of conflict in some different opinions and policies among member countries, which can affect the overall approach to immigration in Europe. She noted that when the member states follow different paths, the principle of solidarity and cooperation of the Union is distorted and can challenge the unity of the Union.

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Russia waits for subsequent elections in Armenia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Russia and Caucasus affairs, saying that Russia does not accept the performance of Pashinyan’s government and will not take the measures that are expected to support his government, emphasized Tensions in the relations between Moscow and Yerevan are not long-term and Russia is waiting for the changes it expects to be made in the next Armenian elections and in the management of that country a new team to come to power, which, if it does not have a close relationship with Russia, at least will not be a supporter of the West. Now, Russia is trying to work with Pashinyan’s opposition factions in Armenia.

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Forecast of European Gas Supply & Demand Situation in Coming Winter

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Europe is entering into its second winter since the valves of Russian gas pipelines were closed while it has managed to register a new record in the volume of its gas reserves. After the Russian attack on Ukraine in February 2022, Europe set a crisis plan to reduce its reliance on Russian fuel. Accordingly, the gas storage level should be completed by 65% by August, 80% by October, and 90% by November 2023. But after the end of this summer, two months ahead of schedule, the gas storage level was completed by 90%.
Hamideh Safamanesh – International relations researcher

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Impacts of Refugee Crisis on EU’s future

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs, stating that immigration policies can lead to disagreements among EU member states of the Union, added: Differences in immigration policies can be one of the factors that lead to increased pressure on the European Union and the resulting consequences, especially difference between the right and left political currents along with social violence creates, would cause serious challenges for the Union.

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Challenges of Turkey’s EU Membership

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Members of the European Parliament recently criticized Turkey’s approach towards Russia and the country’s non-compliance with Moscow’s sanctions, lack of restricting Russian media amid that country’s special military operations in Ukraine, strengthening trade relations with Russia, Turkey’s hosting Russian citizens and Ankara’s refrain from joining European sanctions against Russia. In its report, the European Parliament expressed concern over Turkey’s decreasing alignment with the foreign and defense policy of the European Union. From the point of view of the European Parliament, Ankara and Brussels should find other ways for cooperation other than Turkey’s accession to the European Union because accession is not possible at present.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

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Perspective of Relations between Kurdistan Regional Government and Baghdad

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Iraq issues said: As Turkey gets closer to the central government of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) should overlook many of its claims about its autonomy in the future and will become more dependent on the central government.

An Analysis on Importance & Status of Measures Taken by the Hague Court Regarding the Gaza War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat says The Court of Justice at the Hauge adopted new measures in early April, according to which the Zionist regime “given the worsening conditions of life faced by Palestinians in Gaza, in particular, the spread of famine and starvation,” shall take “all necessary and effective measures to ensure, without delay, in full cooperation with the United Nations, the unhindered provision at scale by all concerned of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance to Palestinians throughout Gaza.”

An analysis of the failure of the Zionist regime’s strategy in the Gaza war

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: More than six months have passed since the war in Gaza. Although the Zionist regime was fully supported by the United States during this period and is present in the war scene with all its might, it has not been able to achieve any of its “declared” and “practical” goals.
Hamid Khoshayand –Expert of regional issues

Characteristics and Strategic Consequences of Iran’s Historic Response to Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: There are two different views about the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missile attacks against the Zionist regime. The first view is based on a superficial reading and a reductionist description that evaluates it as a low-impact and not-so-extensive operation. The second view, a realistic reading, sees Iran’s response as opening a new page of “balance of power” and “turning point” in regional equations, the effects and consequences of which will gradually emerge.

Opportunities & Challenges of NATO on Its 75th Birthday

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: An expert on international affairs said: Although NATO, on its 75th birthday, has become more cohesive than three decades ago due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, this does not mean it will not face challenges in its future prospects.

Biden-Netanyahu Rift Grows Wider, But US-Israel Strategic Relations Persist

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, the verbal disputes between Washington and Tel Aviv regarding the Gaza war have increased. The tensions that have arisen are such that some international observers interpret it as a difference between America and the Zionist regime, and some talk about the first “rift” between the two sides in the last 76 years.

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