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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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New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: At the end of August this year, Saudi Arabia announced that it had appointed its first ambassador to the Palestinian Authority. Based on this decision, Nayef bin Bandar al-Sudairi, as the extraordinary, plenipotentiary and non-resident ambassador (accredited) of Saudi Arabia in Ramallah and the Saudi consul general in occupied Quds, handed over his credentials to Majdi Al-Khalidi, the diplomatic advisor of Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority. Now, less than two months have passed since these decisions and actions, the Saudi government has announced that an official delegation from this country, headed by Nayef Bin Bandar Al-Sudairi, will travel to Ramallah to celebrate the birthday of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and to offer prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque; An unprecedented action since the occupation of Quds in 1967, which will open a new chapter in Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic and role-playing activities in the West Asian region.

Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – The former head of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that Pakistan considers Afghanistan the depth of its strategy, said: It is better for countries in the region to allow the Afghan people to independently determine their government and address common concerns through friendly relations.

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says the United States irresponsible withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan has disrupted the relative stability in that country as the US is trying in addition to creating instability in the region, manage the Afghan crisis to create a threat for its rivals in the region.

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Assistant to Minister and Director General of West Asia at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that the meeting of intra-Afghan groups in Tehran had a special success, added: The Taliban, with its past experience, realizes that it cannot necessarily achieve international legitimacy by military force; rather, international legitimacy is achieved through political negotiations.

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says no change has been taken place in the goals, motivations and ideology of Taliban compared to the past two decades and the Taliban, during various periods, has made efforts given the present circumstances in Afghanistan to realize a portion of its goals and programs with special tools.

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Strategic Council Online- According to the Director Yemen desk, at Mersaad think-tank, with the departure of Omani delegation to Sanaa, there was a promising perspective that war would stop, everybody was waiting for a serious incident in this respect. But with statements of political authorities of Haadi government, and also Sanaa government, it was clear that the talks would lead to nowhere.

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran, stating that before Saudi Arabia and the government of Mansour Hadi did not consider any rights for the Houthis, said: Now Saudi Arabia’s position has completely changed and it seems that Saudi Arabia has to pay the price to stop the war, which is to pay attention to the rights of the Yemenis.

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Strategic Council Online – During the recent visit of the Palestinian Foreign Minister to Moscow and meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the quartet meeting of the Middle East ministers, increase of Russian assistance to Palestine in the fight against Coronavirus and the meeting of the Joint Russian-Palestinian Economic Cooperation Commission were discussed. Russia, which supports the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the Occupied Territories, is in talks with other quadripartite members, including the United States, the United Nations and the European Union, to discuss the possibility of holding such meetings at the foreign ministerial level. According to Russia, the Palestinians have always wanted the “quartet group” play a mediating role.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of Asia affairs said that the recent decision of the new US administration to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan is a win-win situation for Islamabad, adding that Pakistan views this issue politically and strategically against India and seeks to regain its strategic depth with an economic approach to Afghan markets as well as improving its relations with the United States.

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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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New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: At the end of August this year, Saudi Arabia announced that it had appointed its first ambassador to the Palestinian Authority. Based on this decision, Nayef bin Bandar al-Sudairi, as the extraordinary, plenipotentiary and non-resident ambassador (accredited) of Saudi Arabia in Ramallah and the Saudi consul general in occupied Quds, handed over his credentials to Majdi Al-Khalidi, the diplomatic advisor of Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority. Now, less than two months have passed since these decisions and actions, the Saudi government has announced that an official delegation from this country, headed by Nayef Bin Bandar Al-Sudairi, will travel to Ramallah to celebrate the birthday of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and to offer prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque; An unprecedented action since the occupation of Quds in 1967, which will open a new chapter in Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic and role-playing activities in the West Asian region.

Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – The former head of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that Pakistan considers Afghanistan the depth of its strategy, said: It is better for countries in the region to allow the Afghan people to independently determine their government and address common concerns through friendly relations.

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says the United States irresponsible withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan has disrupted the relative stability in that country as the US is trying in addition to creating instability in the region, manage the Afghan crisis to create a threat for its rivals in the region.

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Assistant to Minister and Director General of West Asia at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that the meeting of intra-Afghan groups in Tehran had a special success, added: The Taliban, with its past experience, realizes that it cannot necessarily achieve international legitimacy by military force; rather, international legitimacy is achieved through political negotiations.

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says no change has been taken place in the goals, motivations and ideology of Taliban compared to the past two decades and the Taliban, during various periods, has made efforts given the present circumstances in Afghanistan to realize a portion of its goals and programs with special tools.

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Strategic Council Online- According to the Director Yemen desk, at Mersaad think-tank, with the departure of Omani delegation to Sanaa, there was a promising perspective that war would stop, everybody was waiting for a serious incident in this respect. But with statements of political authorities of Haadi government, and also Sanaa government, it was clear that the talks would lead to nowhere.

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran, stating that before Saudi Arabia and the government of Mansour Hadi did not consider any rights for the Houthis, said: Now Saudi Arabia’s position has completely changed and it seems that Saudi Arabia has to pay the price to stop the war, which is to pay attention to the rights of the Yemenis.

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Strategic Council Online – During the recent visit of the Palestinian Foreign Minister to Moscow and meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the quartet meeting of the Middle East ministers, increase of Russian assistance to Palestine in the fight against Coronavirus and the meeting of the Joint Russian-Palestinian Economic Cooperation Commission were discussed. Russia, which supports the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the Occupied Territories, is in talks with other quadripartite members, including the United States, the United Nations and the European Union, to discuss the possibility of holding such meetings at the foreign ministerial level. According to Russia, the Palestinians have always wanted the “quartet group” play a mediating role.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of Asia affairs said that the recent decision of the new US administration to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan is a win-win situation for Islamabad, adding that Pakistan views this issue politically and strategically against India and seeks to regain its strategic depth with an economic approach to Afghan markets as well as improving its relations with the United States.

Peace agreement

New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: At the end of August this year, Saudi Arabia announced that it had appointed its first ambassador to the Palestinian Authority. Based on this decision, Nayef bin Bandar al-Sudairi, as the extraordinary, plenipotentiary and non-resident ambassador (accredited) of Saudi Arabia in Ramallah and the Saudi consul general in occupied Quds, handed over his credentials to Majdi Al-Khalidi, the diplomatic advisor of Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority. Now, less than two months have passed since these decisions and actions, the Saudi government has announced that an official delegation from this country, headed by Nayef Bin Bandar Al-Sudairi, will travel to Ramallah to celebrate the birthday of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and to offer prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque; An unprecedented action since the occupation of Quds in 1967, which will open a new chapter in Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic and role-playing activities in the West Asian region.

Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – The former head of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that Pakistan considers Afghanistan the depth of its strategy, said: It is better for countries in the region to allow the Afghan people to independently determine their government and address common concerns through friendly relations.

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says the United States irresponsible withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan has disrupted the relative stability in that country as the US is trying in addition to creating instability in the region, manage the Afghan crisis to create a threat for its rivals in the region.

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Assistant to Minister and Director General of West Asia at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that the meeting of intra-Afghan groups in Tehran had a special success, added: The Taliban, with its past experience, realizes that it cannot necessarily achieve international legitimacy by military force; rather, international legitimacy is achieved through political negotiations.

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says no change has been taken place in the goals, motivations and ideology of Taliban compared to the past two decades and the Taliban, during various periods, has made efforts given the present circumstances in Afghanistan to realize a portion of its goals and programs with special tools.

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Strategic Council Online- According to the Director Yemen desk, at Mersaad think-tank, with the departure of Omani delegation to Sanaa, there was a promising perspective that war would stop, everybody was waiting for a serious incident in this respect. But with statements of political authorities of Haadi government, and also Sanaa government, it was clear that the talks would lead to nowhere.

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran, stating that before Saudi Arabia and the government of Mansour Hadi did not consider any rights for the Houthis, said: Now Saudi Arabia’s position has completely changed and it seems that Saudi Arabia has to pay the price to stop the war, which is to pay attention to the rights of the Yemenis.

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Strategic Council Online – During the recent visit of the Palestinian Foreign Minister to Moscow and meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the quartet meeting of the Middle East ministers, increase of Russian assistance to Palestine in the fight against Coronavirus and the meeting of the Joint Russian-Palestinian Economic Cooperation Commission were discussed. Russia, which supports the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the Occupied Territories, is in talks with other quadripartite members, including the United States, the United Nations and the European Union, to discuss the possibility of holding such meetings at the foreign ministerial level. According to Russia, the Palestinians have always wanted the “quartet group” play a mediating role.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of Asia affairs said that the recent decision of the new US administration to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan is a win-win situation for Islamabad, adding that Pakistan views this issue politically and strategically against India and seeks to regain its strategic depth with an economic approach to Afghan markets as well as improving its relations with the United States.

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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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New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

New Arabia: the need to develop a suitable strategy

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: At the end of August this year, Saudi Arabia announced that it had appointed its first ambassador to the Palestinian Authority. Based on this decision, Nayef bin Bandar al-Sudairi, as the extraordinary, plenipotentiary and non-resident ambassador (accredited) of Saudi Arabia in Ramallah and the Saudi consul general in occupied Quds, handed over his credentials to Majdi Al-Khalidi, the diplomatic advisor of Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority. Now, less than two months have passed since these decisions and actions, the Saudi government has announced that an official delegation from this country, headed by Nayef Bin Bandar Al-Sudairi, will travel to Ramallah to celebrate the birthday of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and to offer prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque; An unprecedented action since the occupation of Quds in 1967, which will open a new chapter in Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic and role-playing activities in the West Asian region.

Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – The former head of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that Pakistan considers Afghanistan the depth of its strategy, said: It is better for countries in the region to allow the Afghan people to independently determine their government and address common concerns through friendly relations.

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic goals and consequences of the misguided US policy in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says the United States irresponsible withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan has disrupted the relative stability in that country as the US is trying in addition to creating instability in the region, manage the Afghan crisis to create a threat for its rivals in the region.

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Tehran Intra-Afghan Meeting, Iran’s Strategy for Peace in Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Assistant to Minister and Director General of West Asia at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that the meeting of intra-Afghan groups in Tehran had a special success, added: The Taliban, with its past experience, realizes that it cannot necessarily achieve international legitimacy by military force; rather, international legitimacy is achieved through political negotiations.

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Difference between Taliban today and yesterday?

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Afghanistan issues says no change has been taken place in the goals, motivations and ideology of Taliban compared to the past two decades and the Taliban, during various periods, has made efforts given the present circumstances in Afghanistan to realize a portion of its goals and programs with special tools.

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Field developments in Yemen & Dubious Perspective of Peace Talks

Strategic Council Online- According to the Director Yemen desk, at Mersaad think-tank, with the departure of Omani delegation to Sanaa, there was a promising perspective that war would stop, everybody was waiting for a serious incident in this respect. But with statements of political authorities of Haadi government, and also Sanaa government, it was clear that the talks would lead to nowhere.

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Ensuring Rights of All Yemenis, Prerequisites to Stop War

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of the Faculty of World Studies, University of Tehran, stating that before Saudi Arabia and the government of Mansour Hadi did not consider any rights for the Houthis, said: Now Saudi Arabia’s position has completely changed and it seems that Saudi Arabia has to pay the price to stop the war, which is to pay attention to the rights of the Yemenis.

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Russia’s Effort to Play a Greater Role in Palestinian Cause

Strategic Council Online – During the recent visit of the Palestinian Foreign Minister to Moscow and meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the quartet meeting of the Middle East ministers, increase of Russian assistance to Palestine in the fight against Coronavirus and the meeting of the Joint Russian-Palestinian Economic Cooperation Commission were discussed. Russia, which supports the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the Occupied Territories, is in talks with other quadripartite members, including the United States, the United Nations and the European Union, to discuss the possibility of holding such meetings at the foreign ministerial level. According to Russia, the Palestinians have always wanted the “quartet group” play a mediating role.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Pakistan’s View on Withdrawal of US Troops from Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – An analyst of Asia affairs said that the recent decision of the new US administration to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan is a win-win situation for Islamabad, adding that Pakistan views this issue politically and strategically against India and seeks to regain its strategic depth with an economic approach to Afghan markets as well as improving its relations with the United States.

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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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