Tag: JCPOA

Consequences of Macron’s Failure of Parliamentary Election on France’s Domestic & Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having referred to the failure of Macron’s party in the parliamentary election and the necessity of a constitution of a coalition government, the former Iranian diplomat said:” at this situation, pressures have mounted on the French government and will continue. This is not an easy condition for the government and despite the challenge of generalities of foreign policy seems to be unlikely, but in domestic policy, Macron will have to give concessions.

Challenges Facing Democrats on Biden’s Declining Popularity

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on US affairs says the Democrats are facing the challenge of unpopularity and are likely to lose seats in the mid-term congressional elections. He added: The internal situation in the United States is very chaotic for a variety of reasons, and its distorted image has negatively affected its soft power in the world.

Prospects of UAE-Zionist Regime Free Trade Agreement

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on the signing of a free trade agreement between the Zionist regime and the UAE, which covers 96 percent of trade volume between the two sides, said: The purpose of such contacts under the economic banner is to create a Hebrew-Arab coalition in the region and because the borders of the Axis of Resistance have expanded to the borders of the Occupied Territories and pose security risks to Tel Aviv, the regime is trying to change this balance of power in its own favor through political and security ties with the UAE, Bahrain and even Morocco.

New British Approach to JCPOA

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In recent weeks, Britain has backed the nuclear deal with Iran by changing its previous positions. According to the spokesman for the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the main reason for that is the desire to establish economic relations with Iran as soon as possible.
Abed Akbari – Expert on Europe affairs

Zionist Regime’s Internal Situation and Threatening Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Zionist regime’s affairs, saying that threats against the regime are more serious and fundamental than those outlined in the annual security report, added: In this document, the possibility of a nuclear deal in Vienna is one of those challenges that, given some of the changes that have taken place in Mossad, continuing to obstruct Iran’s nuclear program is the regime’s main strategy to counter it.

Europe’s Strategic Need for Diversification of Gas Supply Resources, Onward Options

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the contemporary world, many and serious changes are taking place in the players and effective variables, resources and control methods in the field of international politics; but for the Europeans, limited access to diverse energy resources, as well as problems with safe and cheap access to resources such as gas, especially after it became clear that the tool could be used as a political lever, has made energy resources and their transfer lines into a very important and vital factor in the field of international politics and international security. In this regard, recent developments in oil and gas exporting countries have increased the importance of the issue.
Mehdi Khorsand – Expert on Eurasia affairs

Ups & Downs of Macron Foreign Policy on Iran

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Foreign policy of France, as the seventh economy of the world have been overshadowed by many variables during the past four years such as taking office by Trump, outbreak of corona crisis, yellow vests crisis, Brexit, and quick developments taken place in the Middle East region. Such variables have undoubtedly overshadowed the relations and cooperation between the two countries of Iran and France during the period.
Hadi Khazaei, Expert of European Affairs

Prospects of Talks to Revive JCPOA

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs, commenting on the Western team’s approach to the Vienna talks, including Europe and the United States, said: During Donald Trump’s presidency, the United States and Europe had fundamental differences on a variety of issues, including the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA); because the Europeans did not really agree with the US withdrawal from the JCPOA; but since Joe Biden took office, differences between Washington and Brussels have narrowed down in many areas, including the case of the JCPOA; therefore, now that the talks have reached a critical stage, all sides are bargaining for giving less concessions and gaining more points.

Consequences of UN Secretary General’s Opposition to US -Sanctions against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs commenting on the UN Secretary General’s recent request to the United States to lift sanctions on Iran said: This request shows that international bodies, including the United Nations, the Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency, have gained a better understanding of Iran’s peaceful nuclear activity.

Dimensions, Objectives of Zionist Regime’s Threats against Iran

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of West Asia affairs, saying that the Zionist regime’s threats against Iran are more from a position of passivity and weakness since they know that they cannot take action in this regard, added: By taking advantage of such threats and influencing the atmosphere of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) talks, they now want to prevent an agreement with Iran and giving concessions to it.

Objectives of Josep Burrel’s Trip to the Region

Strategic Council Online- Interview: An expert on the European affairs commented about the objectives of the recent trip of Josep Burrell, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy to the countries of the region:” the trip was made within the framework of the movements and advancement of foreign and security policy of the European Union”.

Orientation of Iran-Britain Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs commenting on Tehran-London relations said: Iran and Britain have had critical relations with each other in recent decades, but at the same time Britain, because of recognizing Iran’s importance in the Persian Gulf, has tried to maintain its relations somehow.

Analysis; Strategy of Relations between Iran & Russia

Strategic Council Online- Note: During the recent years and in view of geopolitical and structural changes in the international system, and also the decline of muscle-flexing of the United States, “Iran and Russia” as important international players managed to get a greater share of the power game. At a later stage, they tried to create mechanisms for mutual cooperation in all fields (economic, military- security, and political) and also maximizing their power and national interests in line with their regional and international policies.
Aref Bijan, Expert on Russian affairs

Last Ditch Effort of Zionist Regime against JCPOA Revival

Strategic Council Online- Once again and coincided with the Vienna talks in which parties are approaching an agreement on Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action widely known as JCPOA revival, authorities of the Zionist regime have started to raise impediments on its way and make JCPOA revival difficult or impossible.
Hassan Haani-Zadeh, Middle-East Analyst

Differences, Similarities of Trump-Biden Approach towards Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – An expert on US affairs, commenting on the role of the United States in supporting the Zionist regime and the differences between the policies of the White House in the Republican administration and the Democrats said: Despite the differences in the policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden towards Tel Aviv, the Democratic administration remains committed to supporting Israel in the field of security; that is why Biden’s administration, despite differences with the Zionist regime in other areas, continues to define Israel’s security as a central principle in the area of military and financial support for itself.