Tag: Republican Party

Failure of US Global Security Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A professor of the University of Tehran commenting about challenges of the US political-military strategy in the world said: After the Vietnam War, the US put a strategy on the agenda based on which it decided to arm its allies to ensure its security; but Washington’s decision to withdraw its troops from Iraq and Afghanistan seems to be a sign of the failure of that strategy.

Biden’s Return to JCPOA: Challenges and Priorities

Strategic Council Online – An expert on international affairs believes that containment of China and reshuffle of US strategy in the Middle East are Biden’s top priorities. Although prior to the return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) there are other issues among Biden’s priorities, however, there is the possibility that he would return to the JCPOA sooner than the expected time.

Scenarios of riots in the wake of the US presidential elections

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: It is highly likely to witness riots and protests after the upcoming US presidential elections and the probable emergence of clashes between the supporters of the candidates of Republicans and the Democratic Party; of course, it is not yet clear whether or not clashes would happen between the two groups as it really depends on the amount of gap between the votes of the two candidates.
Foad Izadi—Professor at the Faculty of the World Studies, University of Tehran

Biden Would Suffice to Symbolic Changes in in Iran Policy

Strategic Council Online: A political science professor in University of South Alabama believes that if Joe Biden wins the US Presidential election on November 3, it would come with symbolic changes in Washington policy toward Iran not substantive policy changes.

Various Dimentions OF Trump-Biden election competition

Strategic Council Online-editorial: Election debates are most crucial for American voters to make their final decision. Wednesday’s debate between Trump and Biden will provide stronger grounds on who is going to be the next US president.
Tahmoores Gholami- expert of American affairs