Tag: Pouria Nabipour

Intl. Implications of China’s Future Presidency over BRICS

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tensions and rivalries between China and the United States have global significance and implications, affecting relations with other powers and even international organizations and institutions such as the G20 or the United Nations and its agencies.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Dimensions of Escalated Turkey – NATO Differences

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while stating that Finland and Sweden, in order to join NATO should not bother themselves to send delegations to Ankara with an aim of convincing Turkey, expressed his explicit opposition to the two Scandinavian countries joining NATO. Meanwhile, Sweden and Finland, citing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, have recently stated that they are determined to end their centuries-old non-military commitment and join NATO.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Consequences of West’s Action in Confiscating Russian Foreign Assets

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: EU foreign policy chief Joseph Borrell in an interview with the Financial Times said that the European Union is seeking to confiscate Russian foreign assets to use it for rebuilding Ukraine. He told the daily: It makes sense for the European Union to follow the example of the United States in the way it behaved with the assets of the Central Bank of Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the country.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Perspective of Energy Security in Europe

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Having referred to current trends of developments between Russia and Europe and also international political economy, one of the global important challenges of the present century is the challenge on energy security and resources, particularly oil and gas.
Pouria Nabipour, Ph.D., Political Science & International Relations

America’s Dual View on Relations with Saudi Arabia

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Given the socio-political structure of Saudi Arabia, from the US point of view, relations with that country are formed and maintained as an alliance based on coercion and geopolitical interests rather than on the basis of values and interests.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Vague Prospect of West-Russia Tensions over Ukraine

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The assumption that the West will take control of the situation in the Ukraine crisis through rhetorique and even sanctions is as dubious and beyond the rational framework of analysis as Moscow asserting conclusively that it has the control of the situation in the war in Ukraine.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations

Consequences of Sanctions on Russia

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Targeted economic sanctions by the European Union and the United States will impose costs on the Russian economy. But sanctions have not yet convinced Russia to change its policy toward Ukraine.
Pouria Nabipour – PhD in political science and international relations