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The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

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Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Strategic Council Online – A university professor stressed that creating a political vacuum in Lebanon is the desire of the Western-Arab-Hebrew axis, saying that the instability of Lebanon is the main goal of foreign actors; because the instability of this country is directly related to the security of the Zionist regime.

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor, referring to efforts to form a government by Hassan Diab in Lebanon, said: “If a government is formed in the first step that will take at least a month, the government will have changes again because the Lebanese conditions are not such to be resolved immediately.

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The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

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Political crisis

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Strategic Council Online – A university professor stressed that creating a political vacuum in Lebanon is the desire of the Western-Arab-Hebrew axis, saying that the instability of Lebanon is the main goal of foreign actors; because the instability of this country is directly related to the security of the Zionist regime.

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor, referring to efforts to form a government by Hassan Diab in Lebanon, said: “If a government is formed in the first step that will take at least a month, the government will have changes again because the Lebanese conditions are not such to be resolved immediately.

Political crisis

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Strategic Council Online – A university professor stressed that creating a political vacuum in Lebanon is the desire of the Western-Arab-Hebrew axis, saying that the instability of Lebanon is the main goal of foreign actors; because the instability of this country is directly related to the security of the Zionist regime.

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor, referring to efforts to form a government by Hassan Diab in Lebanon, said: “If a government is formed in the first step that will take at least a month, the government will have changes again because the Lebanese conditions are not such to be resolved immediately.

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The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

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Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Zionist Regime’s Political Crisis & Netanyahu’s Future

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs said: The main reasons for the six-month protest demonstrations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are economic problems, issues caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the inefficiency of his government in resolving public problems.

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Western-Arab-Hebrew Axis Interests in Lebanese Crisis

Strategic Council Online – A university professor stressed that creating a political vacuum in Lebanon is the desire of the Western-Arab-Hebrew axis, saying that the instability of Lebanon is the main goal of foreign actors; because the instability of this country is directly related to the security of the Zionist regime.

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Prospects of Government Formation in Lebanon

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor, referring to efforts to form a government by Hassan Diab in Lebanon, said: “If a government is formed in the first step that will take at least a month, the government will have changes again because the Lebanese conditions are not such to be resolved immediately.

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The impact of recent Turkish elections on the political future of the ruling party

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkiye, on the same night that he won the second round of the presidential elections in May 2023, told the crowd of his supporters, “We love Istanbul, we started our journey to this city, and we will continue it.” At the same time, he wanted to take back the Istanbul Municipality from the rival and kept repeating that we will take back Istanbul. Erdogan referred to the Istanbul Municipality, which his party lost in 2019 elections of this metropolis and the economic capital of Turkiye, to his Republican opponent, Akram Imamoglu.
Siyamak Kakaee—Researcher of Turkiye affairs

Netanyahu’s Internal Challenges

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The increasing trend of political and security “challenges” in the Zionist regime is one of the “important consequences” of the Gaza war.
Hamid Khoshayand – expert on regional issues

An Analysis on Dimensions of European Support for Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, which has affected the international community, especially Europe, the leaders of the three EU member states, France, Germany, and Poland, recently agreed to increase efforts to purchase and produce weapons in Ukraine.
Hossein Sayahi – International Researcher

An Analysis of the Recent Elections in Turkey

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: Turkey’s March 31 local elections, which ended with the opposition’s victory and Erdogan’s party’s defeat, is considered an important “decisive point” in the future of Turkey’s domestic and foreign policy developments.
It determines the fate of several important political issues, in addition to the election of mayors and local managers for the next five years.
Hamid Khosayand – expert on regional issues

The strategy of the Israeli regime to get rid of the defeat in Gaza

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: It has been about six months since the Israeli regime attacked the Gaza Strip in October 2023. In the initial weeks and months of the attack, many analysts believed that the Israeli regime, based on its usual practice in wars after the Palestinian intifada, would agree to a truce and end the war after inflicting multiple casualties and damages.
Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri—University professor

Europe’s confusion over the war in Ukraine

Strategic Council Online-Interview: An expert on European issues said that on the second anniversary of the Russian army’s attack on Ukraine, the leaders of the governments of Canada, Italy, and Belgium, along with the head of the European Union Commission traveled to Kiev to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and during this trip, the Italian Prime Minister signed a 10=year defense-security agreement with Ukraine. After signing a similar agreement with Kyiv, Canada’s Prime Minister promised more than $2.25 billion in financial and military aid to the Ukrainian authorities this year. Earlier, France and Germany had signed similar defense contracts with Ukraine.

Consequences of the escalation of militarization in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: In recent months, we have seen Armenia and Azerbaijan strengthen new military-security arrangements. The two countries are developing military and security relations and exchanges with European and extra-regional countries within an “escalating process.” Strengthening the weapons arsenals, reviewing membership in some military pacts, and increasing military purchases are among these measures.
Barsam Mohammadi- Expert of regional issues

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