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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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Mohsen Roohisefat

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that the main challenges and concerns of the foreign ministers of neighboring countries of Afghanistan, which had been raised in the first meeting in Samarkand, were prominent in the second meeting as well, adding: The Taliban have come to power by force of arms and all the past concerns are still standing about the future situation of Afghanistan.

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that currently Indians have a superior position and the upper hand against Pakistan and in response to Islamabad request for reconciliation, set conditions and terms. He added: Due to internal problems, now the relations with India and the issue of Kashmir is out of Pakistan’s priority and their main problem is the terrorist and extremist groups that threaten the Islamabad government in Pakistan. The government of Pakistan is interested in creating peace on the Kashmir front so that it can better deal with its internal problems.

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat saying that the Pakistani government needs to create the necessary political environment to attract foreign investment, mobilize the economy, and solve people’s livelihood problems, noted: Although the new Pakistani government is trying to take steps to improve relations with India, the current situation in India and the will of the Pakistani military is a major challenge before this policy of the government.

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that the silence of the Indian government has accused New Delhi of collaborating with Hindu extremist groups against Muslims, adding: This situation is ultimately to the detriment of the Indian government and drags the country towards radicalism and extremism.

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having elaborated the causes of the recent political tensions in Pakistan, former diplomat of our country said:” the disputes have been emerged after three years of peaceful relations between the Army and Imran Khan; in the coming 90 days, we will witness important developments. A quite election may be held and Imran khan will probably be re-elected, or following some unrests, a military coup will take place in the country.

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that in the current situation we will be witness to the continuation of regional rivalries and differences between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, said: Although the presence of the Taliban has reduced the level of tension and mistrust between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban cannot treat Pakistan against their ethnic sentiments, and the two sides are trying to prevent tensions from escalating by managing differences.

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Explaining Russia’s approach to Afghanistan at the Moscow meeting on Afghanistan and reviewing its final statement, the former Iranian diplomat stressed the common goals of Iran and Russia regarding Afghanistan and the need for continuous consultations between Russia and Iran.

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat considered Islamabad’s support for the Taliban coming to power in Kabul as a threat to Pakistan’s future and said: The coming to power of the Taliban in Kabul stimulates ethnic sentiments for supporting the Pashtuns in the Pashtun-populated and tribal areas and this will become a great challenge for the government of that country.

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online-Interview: Former director of the Logistics Headquarter of Afghanistan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says given the recent political developments in Afghanistan, even though we may see ups and downs in economic ties, Afghanistan cannot ignore its dealings with Iran even under the worst circumstances.

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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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Mohsen Roohisefat

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that the main challenges and concerns of the foreign ministers of neighboring countries of Afghanistan, which had been raised in the first meeting in Samarkand, were prominent in the second meeting as well, adding: The Taliban have come to power by force of arms and all the past concerns are still standing about the future situation of Afghanistan.

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that currently Indians have a superior position and the upper hand against Pakistan and in response to Islamabad request for reconciliation, set conditions and terms. He added: Due to internal problems, now the relations with India and the issue of Kashmir is out of Pakistan’s priority and their main problem is the terrorist and extremist groups that threaten the Islamabad government in Pakistan. The government of Pakistan is interested in creating peace on the Kashmir front so that it can better deal with its internal problems.

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat saying that the Pakistani government needs to create the necessary political environment to attract foreign investment, mobilize the economy, and solve people’s livelihood problems, noted: Although the new Pakistani government is trying to take steps to improve relations with India, the current situation in India and the will of the Pakistani military is a major challenge before this policy of the government.

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that the silence of the Indian government has accused New Delhi of collaborating with Hindu extremist groups against Muslims, adding: This situation is ultimately to the detriment of the Indian government and drags the country towards radicalism and extremism.

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having elaborated the causes of the recent political tensions in Pakistan, former diplomat of our country said:” the disputes have been emerged after three years of peaceful relations between the Army and Imran Khan; in the coming 90 days, we will witness important developments. A quite election may be held and Imran khan will probably be re-elected, or following some unrests, a military coup will take place in the country.

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that in the current situation we will be witness to the continuation of regional rivalries and differences between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, said: Although the presence of the Taliban has reduced the level of tension and mistrust between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban cannot treat Pakistan against their ethnic sentiments, and the two sides are trying to prevent tensions from escalating by managing differences.

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Explaining Russia’s approach to Afghanistan at the Moscow meeting on Afghanistan and reviewing its final statement, the former Iranian diplomat stressed the common goals of Iran and Russia regarding Afghanistan and the need for continuous consultations between Russia and Iran.

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat considered Islamabad’s support for the Taliban coming to power in Kabul as a threat to Pakistan’s future and said: The coming to power of the Taliban in Kabul stimulates ethnic sentiments for supporting the Pashtuns in the Pashtun-populated and tribal areas and this will become a great challenge for the government of that country.

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online-Interview: Former director of the Logistics Headquarter of Afghanistan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says given the recent political developments in Afghanistan, even though we may see ups and downs in economic ties, Afghanistan cannot ignore its dealings with Iran even under the worst circumstances.

Mohsen Roohisefat

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that the main challenges and concerns of the foreign ministers of neighboring countries of Afghanistan, which had been raised in the first meeting in Samarkand, were prominent in the second meeting as well, adding: The Taliban have come to power by force of arms and all the past concerns are still standing about the future situation of Afghanistan.

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that currently Indians have a superior position and the upper hand against Pakistan and in response to Islamabad request for reconciliation, set conditions and terms. He added: Due to internal problems, now the relations with India and the issue of Kashmir is out of Pakistan’s priority and their main problem is the terrorist and extremist groups that threaten the Islamabad government in Pakistan. The government of Pakistan is interested in creating peace on the Kashmir front so that it can better deal with its internal problems.

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat saying that the Pakistani government needs to create the necessary political environment to attract foreign investment, mobilize the economy, and solve people’s livelihood problems, noted: Although the new Pakistani government is trying to take steps to improve relations with India, the current situation in India and the will of the Pakistani military is a major challenge before this policy of the government.

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that the silence of the Indian government has accused New Delhi of collaborating with Hindu extremist groups against Muslims, adding: This situation is ultimately to the detriment of the Indian government and drags the country towards radicalism and extremism.

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having elaborated the causes of the recent political tensions in Pakistan, former diplomat of our country said:” the disputes have been emerged after three years of peaceful relations between the Army and Imran Khan; in the coming 90 days, we will witness important developments. A quite election may be held and Imran khan will probably be re-elected, or following some unrests, a military coup will take place in the country.

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that in the current situation we will be witness to the continuation of regional rivalries and differences between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, said: Although the presence of the Taliban has reduced the level of tension and mistrust between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban cannot treat Pakistan against their ethnic sentiments, and the two sides are trying to prevent tensions from escalating by managing differences.

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Explaining Russia’s approach to Afghanistan at the Moscow meeting on Afghanistan and reviewing its final statement, the former Iranian diplomat stressed the common goals of Iran and Russia regarding Afghanistan and the need for continuous consultations between Russia and Iran.

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat considered Islamabad’s support for the Taliban coming to power in Kabul as a threat to Pakistan’s future and said: The coming to power of the Taliban in Kabul stimulates ethnic sentiments for supporting the Pashtuns in the Pashtun-populated and tribal areas and this will become a great challenge for the government of that country.

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online-Interview: Former director of the Logistics Headquarter of Afghanistan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says given the recent political developments in Afghanistan, even though we may see ups and downs in economic ties, Afghanistan cannot ignore its dealings with Iran even under the worst circumstances.

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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.

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Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Growing Concern of Afghanistan’s Neighbors about the Continuation of the Current Process of the Taliban Rule

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that the main challenges and concerns of the foreign ministers of neighboring countries of Afghanistan, which had been raised in the first meeting in Samarkand, were prominent in the second meeting as well, adding: The Taliban have come to power by force of arms and all the past concerns are still standing about the future situation of Afghanistan.

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Delhi’s Reasons for Rejecting Request on India-Pakistan Reconciliation

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat said that currently Indians have a superior position and the upper hand against Pakistan and in response to Islamabad request for reconciliation, set conditions and terms. He added: Due to internal problems, now the relations with India and the issue of Kashmir is out of Pakistan’s priority and their main problem is the terrorist and extremist groups that threaten the Islamabad government in Pakistan. The government of Pakistan is interested in creating peace on the Kashmir front so that it can better deal with its internal problems.

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Challenges Facing New Pakistani Government for Reducing Tensions with India

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat saying that the Pakistani government needs to create the necessary political environment to attract foreign investment, mobilize the economy, and solve people’s livelihood problems, noted: Although the new Pakistani government is trying to take steps to improve relations with India, the current situation in India and the will of the Pakistani military is a major challenge before this policy of the government.

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Collapse of Peaceful Coexistence in India, Consequences of Violence against Muslims

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that the silence of the Indian government has accused New Delhi of collaborating with Hindu extremist groups against Muslims, adding: This situation is ultimately to the detriment of the Indian government and drags the country towards radicalism and extremism.

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Causes of Political Tensions in Pakistan & Perspective of Early Elections

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having elaborated the causes of the recent political tensions in Pakistan, former diplomat of our country said:” the disputes have been emerged after three years of peaceful relations between the Army and Imran Khan; in the coming 90 days, we will witness important developments. A quite election may be held and Imran khan will probably be re-elected, or following some unrests, a military coup will take place in the country.

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Taliban Border Tensions with Pakistan Continues

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that in the current situation we will be witness to the continuation of regional rivalries and differences between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, said: Although the presence of the Taliban has reduced the level of tension and mistrust between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban cannot treat Pakistan against their ethnic sentiments, and the two sides are trying to prevent tensions from escalating by managing differences.

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Afghanistan crisis; Moscow-Tehran meeting, two harmonious and effective steps

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Explaining Russia’s approach to Afghanistan at the Moscow meeting on Afghanistan and reviewing its final statement, the former Iranian diplomat stressed the common goals of Iran and Russia regarding Afghanistan and the need for continuous consultations between Russia and Iran.

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Threats and Challenges of Pakistani Taliban for Islamabad Gov’t

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat considered Islamabad’s support for the Taliban coming to power in Kabul as a threat to Pakistan’s future and said: The coming to power of the Taliban in Kabul stimulates ethnic sentiments for supporting the Pashtuns in the Pashtun-populated and tribal areas and this will become a great challenge for the government of that country.

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Prospects of economic relations between Iran and Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online-Interview: Former director of the Logistics Headquarter of Afghanistan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says given the recent political developments in Afghanistan, even though we may see ups and downs in economic ties, Afghanistan cannot ignore its dealings with Iran even under the worst circumstances.

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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.

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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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