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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.

Obstacles Facing the Zionist Regime for a Comprehensive Military Attack on Lebanon

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Turkey is one of the main regional players which has been pursuing an aggressive foreign policy during the past several years—a country which once prioritized in its foreign policy the zero-tension approach with its neighbors but has now turned down that policy by entering into various levels of political, security, military and field operational engagements in the West Asia, the Caucasus and North Africa regions. In fact, you can find very few hot spots in the region in which Turkey has not been actively involved.
Hamid Khoshayand-International issues analyst

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Strategic Council Online – Talking about the field progress of the National Unity Government and the defeats of Khalifa Haftar in Libya, a university professor said it is unlikely that peace will be achieved in Libya in the current situation. He stressed that other agreements should be reached in addition to the Skhirat peace agreement another deal must be forged taking into account the demands of the political groups because if the government of national unity fails to meet the people’s demands we may see extremist groups emerge in the country.

New Balance of Power against Turkey

New Balance of Power against Turkey

Strategic Council Online: A former ambassador and Middle East expert says the recent developments in Arab states against Turkey are expected to create a new balance of power. “If Erdogan fails to pay attention to the issue, the axis is likely to boost its status against Turkey in the future.

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Strategic Council Online: A university professor cited Moscow’s announcement that Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the Libyan National Unity Government, saying: “Until the Arab countries are convinced that Khalifa Haftar will have the upper hand in the agreements to be reached, they will not be willing to allow him to agree to a ceasefire.”

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said that Turkey had entered into the Syrian crisis by unrealistic and inaccurate calculations, adding: “Turkey not only failed to achieve its initial goals but the crisis made Ankara face new challenges.”

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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.

Obstacles Facing the Zionist Regime for a Comprehensive Military Attack on Lebanon

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Turkey is one of the main regional players which has been pursuing an aggressive foreign policy during the past several years—a country which once prioritized in its foreign policy the zero-tension approach with its neighbors but has now turned down that policy by entering into various levels of political, security, military and field operational engagements in the West Asia, the Caucasus and North Africa regions. In fact, you can find very few hot spots in the region in which Turkey has not been actively involved.
Hamid Khoshayand-International issues analyst

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Strategic Council Online – Talking about the field progress of the National Unity Government and the defeats of Khalifa Haftar in Libya, a university professor said it is unlikely that peace will be achieved in Libya in the current situation. He stressed that other agreements should be reached in addition to the Skhirat peace agreement another deal must be forged taking into account the demands of the political groups because if the government of national unity fails to meet the people’s demands we may see extremist groups emerge in the country.

New Balance of Power against Turkey

New Balance of Power against Turkey

Strategic Council Online: A former ambassador and Middle East expert says the recent developments in Arab states against Turkey are expected to create a new balance of power. “If Erdogan fails to pay attention to the issue, the axis is likely to boost its status against Turkey in the future.

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Strategic Council Online: A university professor cited Moscow’s announcement that Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the Libyan National Unity Government, saying: “Until the Arab countries are convinced that Khalifa Haftar will have the upper hand in the agreements to be reached, they will not be willing to allow him to agree to a ceasefire.”

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said that Turkey had entered into the Syrian crisis by unrealistic and inaccurate calculations, adding: “Turkey not only failed to achieve its initial goals but the crisis made Ankara face new challenges.”

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Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Turkey is one of the main regional players which has been pursuing an aggressive foreign policy during the past several years—a country which once prioritized in its foreign policy the zero-tension approach with its neighbors but has now turned down that policy by entering into various levels of political, security, military and field operational engagements in the West Asia, the Caucasus and North Africa regions. In fact, you can find very few hot spots in the region in which Turkey has not been actively involved.
Hamid Khoshayand-International issues analyst

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Strategic Council Online – Talking about the field progress of the National Unity Government and the defeats of Khalifa Haftar in Libya, a university professor said it is unlikely that peace will be achieved in Libya in the current situation. He stressed that other agreements should be reached in addition to the Skhirat peace agreement another deal must be forged taking into account the demands of the political groups because if the government of national unity fails to meet the people’s demands we may see extremist groups emerge in the country.

New Balance of Power against Turkey

New Balance of Power against Turkey

Strategic Council Online: A former ambassador and Middle East expert says the recent developments in Arab states against Turkey are expected to create a new balance of power. “If Erdogan fails to pay attention to the issue, the axis is likely to boost its status against Turkey in the future.

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Strategic Council Online: A university professor cited Moscow’s announcement that Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the Libyan National Unity Government, saying: “Until the Arab countries are convinced that Khalifa Haftar will have the upper hand in the agreements to be reached, they will not be willing to allow him to agree to a ceasefire.”

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said that Turkey had entered into the Syrian crisis by unrealistic and inaccurate calculations, adding: “Turkey not only failed to achieve its initial goals but the crisis made Ankara face new challenges.”

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

An Analysis of the Saudi-UAE Border Dispute

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Turkey on the verge of involvement in the Yemen case

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: Turkey is one of the main regional players which has been pursuing an aggressive foreign policy during the past several years—a country which once prioritized in its foreign policy the zero-tension approach with its neighbors but has now turned down that policy by entering into various levels of political, security, military and field operational engagements in the West Asia, the Caucasus and North Africa regions. In fact, you can find very few hot spots in the region in which Turkey has not been actively involved.
Hamid Khoshayand-International issues analyst

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Stability Challenges in Libya Despite Haftar’s Field Setback

Strategic Council Online – Talking about the field progress of the National Unity Government and the defeats of Khalifa Haftar in Libya, a university professor said it is unlikely that peace will be achieved in Libya in the current situation. He stressed that other agreements should be reached in addition to the Skhirat peace agreement another deal must be forged taking into account the demands of the political groups because if the government of national unity fails to meet the people’s demands we may see extremist groups emerge in the country.

New Balance of Power against Turkey

New Balance of Power against Turkey

Strategic Council Online: A former ambassador and Middle East expert says the recent developments in Arab states against Turkey are expected to create a new balance of power. “If Erdogan fails to pay attention to the issue, the axis is likely to boost its status against Turkey in the future.

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Will Libya Attain Tranquility?

Strategic Council Online: A university professor cited Moscow’s announcement that Khalifa Haftar has left Moscow without signing a ceasefire agreement with the Libyan National Unity Government, saying: “Until the Arab countries are convinced that Khalifa Haftar will have the upper hand in the agreements to be reached, they will not be willing to allow him to agree to a ceasefire.”

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Costs and Gains of Turkey in Syria

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said that Turkey had entered into the Syrian crisis by unrealistic and inaccurate calculations, adding: “Turkey not only failed to achieve its initial goals but the crisis made Ankara face new challenges.”

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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.

Obstacles Facing the Zionist Regime for a Comprehensive Military Attack on Lebanon

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The Israeli regime is trying to use the concern of the United States and European countries regarding the expansion of the scope of the war into Lebanon to its own advantage to reduce their pressure regarding the current conflict in Gaza and Rafah and prevent further movements of the Hezbollah in escalating its attacks on the Occupied Territories.

Iran would use ‘all means’ to back Hizbollah if Israel launches full-blown war

Strategic Council Online: In response to the Financial Times reporter’s questions, Dr. Kharazi stated: In implementing foreign policy, there would be some differences in their [Pezeshkian/Jalili] approach. Still, in terms of strategy, they would follow the same because the strategy is set by the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Implications & Dangers of a Possible All-Out Attack against Lebanon for Zionist Regime and US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Following Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, the Zionist regime has been involved in three important fronts, namely the Gaza Strip, the West Bank of the Jordan River, and the north of Occupied Palestine, among which the developments in the northern front have inflicted the most significant damage and pressure in the battlefield and psychologically on the Zionist regime.

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Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on regional issues said: The dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over the Ilyasat region is more economy and investment oriented than border related. Therefore, it is unlikely for the dispute to have widescale repercussions politically and diplomatically.

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