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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An Iraqi affairs expert emphasized that the US wants to maintain a military presence in Iraq and the region, adding that the US presence has no consequences other than insecurity in the region and an impact on the independence of decision-making in the governments that host them.

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on East Asian issues believes that China knows that after the realization of US conspiracies against independent, rival and critic countries such as Russia and Iran, Beijing will be the next target of these conspiracies, which will be pursued through any means, even the spread of insecurity and the growth of terrorism.

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor, saying that the Taliban has not yet complied with any of the demands made by the international community, termed Pakistan’s support for the Taliban to attend the special session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation foreign ministers as symbolic. He added: Under the current situation, Afghanistan needs to form an inclusive government with the participation of all groups, ethnicities and religions that are based on popular opinion.

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of international relations, referring to the conditions of the European Union for recognizing the Taliban, said they will seek to enter the civil war and divide the country with political tricks and the support of some of Afghanistan’s political and military groups.

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: After Vietnam, the hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan is the second US “fatal defeat” experience in a foreign war in the post-World War II era that has dealt a heavy blow on the US international standing.
Hamid Khoshayand – analyst of international affairs

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Strategic Council Online—Note: China and the United States are trying to reduce the probable damage in their economy through appropriate measures in order to prevent their tension exceeding the conventional limit.
Ali Khansari—International issues analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says on the reasons behind the decision by Joe Biden to withdraw military forces from Afghanistan by September that “it seems the main reason behind this decision is the prolongation of the presence of the US in Afghanistan as the US is present there close to two decades and in the meantime, various administrations in America have failed to realize the slogans they cried in these years.

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the presence of the Chinese Foreign Minister in Damascus after 10 years could be a prelude to Beijing’s desire for a broad economic presence in Syria, adding: China sees Syria and especially reconstruction of that country as an opportunity to enhance its presence and influence in the Middle East.

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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An Iraqi affairs expert emphasized that the US wants to maintain a military presence in Iraq and the region, adding that the US presence has no consequences other than insecurity in the region and an impact on the independence of decision-making in the governments that host them.

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on East Asian issues believes that China knows that after the realization of US conspiracies against independent, rival and critic countries such as Russia and Iran, Beijing will be the next target of these conspiracies, which will be pursued through any means, even the spread of insecurity and the growth of terrorism.

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor, saying that the Taliban has not yet complied with any of the demands made by the international community, termed Pakistan’s support for the Taliban to attend the special session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation foreign ministers as symbolic. He added: Under the current situation, Afghanistan needs to form an inclusive government with the participation of all groups, ethnicities and religions that are based on popular opinion.

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of international relations, referring to the conditions of the European Union for recognizing the Taliban, said they will seek to enter the civil war and divide the country with political tricks and the support of some of Afghanistan’s political and military groups.

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: After Vietnam, the hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan is the second US “fatal defeat” experience in a foreign war in the post-World War II era that has dealt a heavy blow on the US international standing.
Hamid Khoshayand – analyst of international affairs

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Strategic Council Online—Note: China and the United States are trying to reduce the probable damage in their economy through appropriate measures in order to prevent their tension exceeding the conventional limit.
Ali Khansari—International issues analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says on the reasons behind the decision by Joe Biden to withdraw military forces from Afghanistan by September that “it seems the main reason behind this decision is the prolongation of the presence of the US in Afghanistan as the US is present there close to two decades and in the meantime, various administrations in America have failed to realize the slogans they cried in these years.

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the presence of the Chinese Foreign Minister in Damascus after 10 years could be a prelude to Beijing’s desire for a broad economic presence in Syria, adding: China sees Syria and especially reconstruction of that country as an opportunity to enhance its presence and influence in the Middle East.

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Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An Iraqi affairs expert emphasized that the US wants to maintain a military presence in Iraq and the region, adding that the US presence has no consequences other than insecurity in the region and an impact on the independence of decision-making in the governments that host them.

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on East Asian issues believes that China knows that after the realization of US conspiracies against independent, rival and critic countries such as Russia and Iran, Beijing will be the next target of these conspiracies, which will be pursued through any means, even the spread of insecurity and the growth of terrorism.

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor, saying that the Taliban has not yet complied with any of the demands made by the international community, termed Pakistan’s support for the Taliban to attend the special session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation foreign ministers as symbolic. He added: Under the current situation, Afghanistan needs to form an inclusive government with the participation of all groups, ethnicities and religions that are based on popular opinion.

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of international relations, referring to the conditions of the European Union for recognizing the Taliban, said they will seek to enter the civil war and divide the country with political tricks and the support of some of Afghanistan’s political and military groups.

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: After Vietnam, the hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan is the second US “fatal defeat” experience in a foreign war in the post-World War II era that has dealt a heavy blow on the US international standing.
Hamid Khoshayand – analyst of international affairs

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Strategic Council Online—Note: China and the United States are trying to reduce the probable damage in their economy through appropriate measures in order to prevent their tension exceeding the conventional limit.
Ali Khansari—International issues analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says on the reasons behind the decision by Joe Biden to withdraw military forces from Afghanistan by September that “it seems the main reason behind this decision is the prolongation of the presence of the US in Afghanistan as the US is present there close to two decades and in the meantime, various administrations in America have failed to realize the slogans they cried in these years.

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the presence of the Chinese Foreign Minister in Damascus after 10 years could be a prelude to Beijing’s desire for a broad economic presence in Syria, adding: China sees Syria and especially reconstruction of that country as an opportunity to enhance its presence and influence in the Middle East.

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Japan’s Goals of Strengthening Its Military Power in East Asia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

EU and China on the Verge of Trade War?

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Importance of Organizing Legal Acceptance of Afghans in Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former official in charge of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: Iranian people are witnessing the high and unusual presence of Afghan refugees, adding that vigilance is needed concerning their presence in the strategic context of cities, as well as to the possibility of targeted organization and possible use of them against the interests and security of Iran.

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

The continuation of the US military presence in Iraq and its consequences

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An Iraqi affairs expert emphasized that the US wants to maintain a military presence in Iraq and the region, adding that the US presence has no consequences other than insecurity in the region and an impact on the independence of decision-making in the governments that host them.

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

China’s approach to the global fight against terrorism

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on East Asian issues believes that China knows that after the realization of US conspiracies against independent, rival and critic countries such as Russia and Iran, Beijing will be the next target of these conspiracies, which will be pursued through any means, even the spread of insecurity and the growth of terrorism.

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Gaining Legitimacy; Taliban Strategy in OIC Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor, saying that the Taliban has not yet complied with any of the demands made by the international community, termed Pakistan’s support for the Taliban to attend the special session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation foreign ministers as symbolic. He added: Under the current situation, Afghanistan needs to form an inclusive government with the participation of all groups, ethnicities and religions that are based on popular opinion.

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

A glance at the conditions set by the European Union for recognizing the Taliban

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert of international relations, referring to the conditions of the European Union for recognizing the Taliban, said they will seek to enter the civil war and divide the country with political tricks and the support of some of Afghanistan’s political and military groups.

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Factors Effective in US Defeat, Rapid Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: After Vietnam, the hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan is the second US “fatal defeat” experience in a foreign war in the post-World War II era that has dealt a heavy blow on the US international standing.
Hamid Khoshayand – analyst of international affairs

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Managed Challenges in Washington-Beijing relations

Strategic Council Online—Note: China and the United States are trying to reduce the probable damage in their economy through appropriate measures in order to prevent their tension exceeding the conventional limit.
Ali Khansari—International issues analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Reasons of expediting the exit of America from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says on the reasons behind the decision by Joe Biden to withdraw military forces from Afghanistan by September that “it seems the main reason behind this decision is the prolongation of the presence of the US in Afghanistan as the US is present there close to two decades and in the meantime, various administrations in America have failed to realize the slogans they cried in these years.

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Damascus; a New Strategy for Syria

Strategic Council Online – An expert on West Asia affairs said that the presence of the Chinese Foreign Minister in Damascus after 10 years could be a prelude to Beijing’s desire for a broad economic presence in Syria, adding: China sees Syria and especially reconstruction of that country as an opportunity to enhance its presence and influence in the Middle East.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Japan said: Strengthening Japan’s military activities is a 25-year plan to show that it is capable of becoming one of the military powers of the region and the world by relying on its military values and capabilities.

An Analysis of the Possible Approach of the New British Government in Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on European issues said: The British Labor Party, led by Keir Starmer, won the election by winning an overwhelming majority of the seats in the House of Commons. On the other hand, the Conservative party, led by Rishi Sunak, has lost 170 seats and is on the way to its heaviest political defeat since the party was founded in the 19th century.

Unpredictable Consequences of a Possible Comprehensive Attack on Lebanon for the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: The former ambassador of Iran in Jordan emphasized that the possibility of the Zionist regime’s army attacking Lebanon is high and said it is unlikely the ceasefire negotiations and the release of prisoners will play a deterrent role in preventing the war between this regime and the Hezbollah, the consequences of which cannot be avoided.

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Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Chinese officials have recently warned that Europe’s approach to importing electric cars from China will spark a trade war because heavy tariffs have been imposed on importing Chinese-made electric cars.

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