Tag: Fatemeh Nekoo La’al Azad

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

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

Taiwan, Main Focus of Possible US-China Military Confrontation

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Taiwan is a symbol of US-China rivalry or hostility. If the Chinese government succeeds in annexing Taiwan to its territory, then the groundwork will be laid for its domination over the South China Sea and expulsion of the United States from the region; but if the United States succeeds in retaining Taiwan and even announcing it as an independent state, Beijing should be declared the loser of this rivalry or hostility. That is why the Taiwan issue is a symbol for the success or failure of the United States in controlling China.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

Interventionist Approach of the West to Lebanese Crisis

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Joe Biden’s administration, in coordination with France, has been pushing for structural reform in Lebanon since taking office. The Biden’s administration supports Emmanuel Macron’s policy in Lebanon, while maintaining economic pressures and sanctions on Hezbollah.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Tehran International Studies and Research Institute (Abrar)