Tag: Sabah Zanganeh

Reasons for Reduced Western Arms Support for Saudi Arabia

Strategic Council Online – An expert on the Middle East affairs commenting on Italy’s recent decision to cancel permits for the export of missiles and fighter jets to Saudi Arabia and the UAE, said: Due to the high level of disasters in Yemen, Western countries are seeking to halt any cooperation in this regard, especially since Joe Biden has pioneered to cut off support for Saudi Arabia against Yemen.

Stark differences in the OPEC Plus meeting

Strategic Council Online-Interview: A regional affairs analyst says one of the main reasons behind proximity among the majority of OPEC member states to increase the production of oil in the recent OPEN Plus meeting was to maintain the shares of these countries in global markets so that they could address the demands of the market in the near future.

Tehran-Baghdad Strategic Relations & US Illegitimate Goals in Iraq

Strategic Council Online – “The purpose of the US presence in Iraq is to support Israel’s freedom of action in the region and to contain Iran,” said a West Asian affairs analyst. He added domination over Iraq and utilization of its capacities in line with hostility towards its neighbors will never serve the satisfaction of the neighbouring countries, religious authorities and Iraqi politicians.

Extraction of Energy in Mediterranean & Its Legal Complexity

Strategic Council Online: In the matter of fossil energy resources in the Mediterranean, Egypt, the Zionist regime, Greece and Cyprus have formed a bloc against that of Turkey, Libya and the Northern Cyprus. This situation has drawn the region to further security and military disputes. Meanwhile, if Syria, Lebanon and Gaza also enter the process of exploring and extracting gas fields, the equations will be much more complex.
Sabah Zangeneh – Energy Affairs Expert

Russian-Saudi Oil Deal; Dimensions & Implications

Strategic Council Online: The Saudi-Russian agreement on oil output cut has revived the role of the United States, which was being forgotten as a result of falling oil prices and the lack of economic efficiency in shale oil extraction, and the United States is effectively playing an influential role in the global oil market.
Sabah Zanganeh – Expert on International Affairs

Foreign Interventions in Yemen Doomed to Failure!

Strategic Council Online: An expert on Middle East affairs says many governments and big regional powers have experienced intervention in Yemen but have failed in the process. As governments and countries bigger than the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have not been able to dominate Yemen over the past century, they certainly will not be able to do so in the future.