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Analysis of G20 Meeting in India, Prospect of Upcoming Meeting in Brazil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs, saying that in the G20 meeting in India, we witnessed a new alignment of emerging powers and developing countries in front of Europe and the US, added: We are transitioning the international system, distributing and, networking of power in the global arena, and European and American countries are not the only ones that determine the process of financial, economic, political and security developments in the world.

Increasing Negative Influence of the West on Russia-Turkey Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Research Center of the Expediency Council, while emphasizing the importance of the recent meeting between the presidents of Turkey and Russia in Sochi, said: The crisis in Ukraine and the pressures of the West have negatively affected Turkey’s balanced approach towards the West and Russia, and that the Russians are doubtful about Turkey’s future policies.

Strategic Implications of North Korean Leader’s Visit to Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Referring to the consequences of the war in Ukraine, an expert on international affairs said Russia and North Korea are determined to strengthen their cooperation in various fields, and Russia will subsequently face increased pressure from the United States and Europe.

Obstacles, Prospect of Normalization of Riyadh-Tel Aviv Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Normalization and recognition of relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia is still at the focal point of the political circles of the Zionist regime. Israel and, recently, the United States administration have focused on this issue and are discussing the imminent compromise between Tel Aviv and Riyadh, which is unrealistic.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

Analysis of Continuation of Talks Between Turkey-Greece Without Preconditions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent meeting of foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece in Ankara was held in a friendly atmosphere under the influence of Greece’s aid to Turkey following the two deadly earthquakes in Turkey and then Turkey’s condolences to Greece for the deadly train accident earlier this year. This meeting was held after the meeting of Turkish President Erdogan and Greek Conservative Prime Minister Mitsotakis on the sidelines of the NATO meeting in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, in July. In recent negotiations, the foreign ministers of the two countries discussed old disputes such as the Cyprus issue, the stalled process of Turkey’s membership in the European Union and illegal immigration, the framework for strengthening economic and commercial cooperation, and the development of cooperation in fields such as transportation, maritime cooperation, trade, and technology, environment protection and fighting against natural disasters.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

New East-West Corridor; First Operational Sign of Failed Abraham Accords

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The idea of developing transportation routes to boost trade in the Persian Gulf and eliminate the need for the strategic Strait of Hormuz was formed among the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member states some years ago. To realize the idea, the rail transport corridor along the Persian Gulf was started in 2016 by launching the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council rail network. According to the agreement signed among the member states of the Council, each of the countries was expected to build and complete their rail network independently. Finally, after completing all national lines, the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council network would be launched by connecting the national rail networks of those countries. In this way, an Arab railway network would be formed, connecting all six Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member countries through a railway line of 2177 kilometers.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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Security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Strategic Council Online: German leaders have decided to spend part of their military budget to deploy military forces to bolster the defense of Germany and Europe, as the best defence for countries is to move their strongholds overseas. That is to say, if a country wants to defend itself, it must also be a military activist in its periphery.
Abdolreza Farajirad – University Professor in Geopolitics

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Analysis of G20 Meeting in India, Prospect of Upcoming Meeting in Brazil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs, saying that in the G20 meeting in India, we witnessed a new alignment of emerging powers and developing countries in front of Europe and the US, added: We are transitioning the international system, distributing and, networking of power in the global arena, and European and American countries are not the only ones that determine the process of financial, economic, political and security developments in the world.

Increasing Negative Influence of the West on Russia-Turkey Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Research Center of the Expediency Council, while emphasizing the importance of the recent meeting between the presidents of Turkey and Russia in Sochi, said: The crisis in Ukraine and the pressures of the West have negatively affected Turkey’s balanced approach towards the West and Russia, and that the Russians are doubtful about Turkey’s future policies.

Strategic Implications of North Korean Leader’s Visit to Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Referring to the consequences of the war in Ukraine, an expert on international affairs said Russia and North Korea are determined to strengthen their cooperation in various fields, and Russia will subsequently face increased pressure from the United States and Europe.

Obstacles, Prospect of Normalization of Riyadh-Tel Aviv Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Normalization and recognition of relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia is still at the focal point of the political circles of the Zionist regime. Israel and, recently, the United States administration have focused on this issue and are discussing the imminent compromise between Tel Aviv and Riyadh, which is unrealistic.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

Analysis of Continuation of Talks Between Turkey-Greece Without Preconditions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent meeting of foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece in Ankara was held in a friendly atmosphere under the influence of Greece’s aid to Turkey following the two deadly earthquakes in Turkey and then Turkey’s condolences to Greece for the deadly train accident earlier this year. This meeting was held after the meeting of Turkish President Erdogan and Greek Conservative Prime Minister Mitsotakis on the sidelines of the NATO meeting in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, in July. In recent negotiations, the foreign ministers of the two countries discussed old disputes such as the Cyprus issue, the stalled process of Turkey’s membership in the European Union and illegal immigration, the framework for strengthening economic and commercial cooperation, and the development of cooperation in fields such as transportation, maritime cooperation, trade, and technology, environment protection and fighting against natural disasters.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

New East-West Corridor; First Operational Sign of Failed Abraham Accords

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The idea of developing transportation routes to boost trade in the Persian Gulf and eliminate the need for the strategic Strait of Hormuz was formed among the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member states some years ago. To realize the idea, the rail transport corridor along the Persian Gulf was started in 2016 by launching the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council rail network. According to the agreement signed among the member states of the Council, each of the countries was expected to build and complete their rail network independently. Finally, after completing all national lines, the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council network would be launched by connecting the national rail networks of those countries. In this way, an Arab railway network would be formed, connecting all six Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member countries through a railway line of 2177 kilometers.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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Security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Strategic Council Online: German leaders have decided to spend part of their military budget to deploy military forces to bolster the defense of Germany and Europe, as the best defence for countries is to move their strongholds overseas. That is to say, if a country wants to defend itself, it must also be a military activist in its periphery.
Abdolreza Farajirad – University Professor in Geopolitics

Security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Strategic Council Online: German leaders have decided to spend part of their military budget to deploy military forces to bolster the defense of Germany and Europe, as the best defence for countries is to move their strongholds overseas. That is to say, if a country wants to defend itself, it must also be a military activist in its periphery.
Abdolreza Farajirad – University Professor in Geopolitics

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Analysis of G20 Meeting in India, Prospect of Upcoming Meeting in Brazil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs, saying that in the G20 meeting in India, we witnessed a new alignment of emerging powers and developing countries in front of Europe and the US, added: We are transitioning the international system, distributing and, networking of power in the global arena, and European and American countries are not the only ones that determine the process of financial, economic, political and security developments in the world.

Increasing Negative Influence of the West on Russia-Turkey Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Research Center of the Expediency Council, while emphasizing the importance of the recent meeting between the presidents of Turkey and Russia in Sochi, said: The crisis in Ukraine and the pressures of the West have negatively affected Turkey’s balanced approach towards the West and Russia, and that the Russians are doubtful about Turkey’s future policies.

Strategic Implications of North Korean Leader’s Visit to Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Referring to the consequences of the war in Ukraine, an expert on international affairs said Russia and North Korea are determined to strengthen their cooperation in various fields, and Russia will subsequently face increased pressure from the United States and Europe.

Obstacles, Prospect of Normalization of Riyadh-Tel Aviv Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Normalization and recognition of relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia is still at the focal point of the political circles of the Zionist regime. Israel and, recently, the United States administration have focused on this issue and are discussing the imminent compromise between Tel Aviv and Riyadh, which is unrealistic.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

Analysis of Continuation of Talks Between Turkey-Greece Without Preconditions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent meeting of foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece in Ankara was held in a friendly atmosphere under the influence of Greece’s aid to Turkey following the two deadly earthquakes in Turkey and then Turkey’s condolences to Greece for the deadly train accident earlier this year. This meeting was held after the meeting of Turkish President Erdogan and Greek Conservative Prime Minister Mitsotakis on the sidelines of the NATO meeting in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, in July. In recent negotiations, the foreign ministers of the two countries discussed old disputes such as the Cyprus issue, the stalled process of Turkey’s membership in the European Union and illegal immigration, the framework for strengthening economic and commercial cooperation, and the development of cooperation in fields such as transportation, maritime cooperation, trade, and technology, environment protection and fighting against natural disasters.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

New East-West Corridor; First Operational Sign of Failed Abraham Accords

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The idea of developing transportation routes to boost trade in the Persian Gulf and eliminate the need for the strategic Strait of Hormuz was formed among the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member states some years ago. To realize the idea, the rail transport corridor along the Persian Gulf was started in 2016 by launching the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council rail network. According to the agreement signed among the member states of the Council, each of the countries was expected to build and complete their rail network independently. Finally, after completing all national lines, the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council network would be launched by connecting the national rail networks of those countries. In this way, an Arab railway network would be formed, connecting all six Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member countries through a railway line of 2177 kilometers.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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Security of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Germany’s Reasons and Goals for Increasing Military Spending

Strategic Council Online: German leaders have decided to spend part of their military budget to deploy military forces to bolster the defense of Germany and Europe, as the best defence for countries is to move their strongholds overseas. That is to say, if a country wants to defend itself, it must also be a military activist in its periphery.
Abdolreza Farajirad – University Professor in Geopolitics

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Analysis of G20 Meeting in India, Prospect of Upcoming Meeting in Brazil

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on international affairs, saying that in the G20 meeting in India, we witnessed a new alignment of emerging powers and developing countries in front of Europe and the US, added: We are transitioning the international system, distributing and, networking of power in the global arena, and European and American countries are not the only ones that determine the process of financial, economic, political and security developments in the world.

Increasing Negative Influence of the West on Russia-Turkey Relations

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A researcher of the Research Center of the Expediency Council, while emphasizing the importance of the recent meeting between the presidents of Turkey and Russia in Sochi, said: The crisis in Ukraine and the pressures of the West have negatively affected Turkey’s balanced approach towards the West and Russia, and that the Russians are doubtful about Turkey’s future policies.

Strategic Implications of North Korean Leader’s Visit to Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Referring to the consequences of the war in Ukraine, an expert on international affairs said Russia and North Korea are determined to strengthen their cooperation in various fields, and Russia will subsequently face increased pressure from the United States and Europe.

Obstacles, Prospect of Normalization of Riyadh-Tel Aviv Relations

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Normalization and recognition of relations between the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia is still at the focal point of the political circles of the Zionist regime. Israel and, recently, the United States administration have focused on this issue and are discussing the imminent compromise between Tel Aviv and Riyadh, which is unrealistic.
Hamid Khoshayand – Expert on regional affairs

Ankara’s Increasing Challenges with Expansion of EU towards Western Balkans

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on European affairs says that the possible entry of the Western Balkan states into the European Union could have adverse effects on Turkey noted the increase in competition with those countries to gain access to the resources of the European Union, the economic challenges caused by the change in trade preferences in the region, the risk of further distancing the EU from Turkey due to the stronger alignment of the Balkans with the policies of the European Union, changes in the geopolitics of the region and the possible reduction of Turkey’s role in shaping the future of the Western Balkans are among the potential challenges of the accession for Turkey.

Analysis of Continuation of Talks Between Turkey-Greece Without Preconditions

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The recent meeting of foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece in Ankara was held in a friendly atmosphere under the influence of Greece’s aid to Turkey following the two deadly earthquakes in Turkey and then Turkey’s condolences to Greece for the deadly train accident earlier this year. This meeting was held after the meeting of Turkish President Erdogan and Greek Conservative Prime Minister Mitsotakis on the sidelines of the NATO meeting in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, in July. In recent negotiations, the foreign ministers of the two countries discussed old disputes such as the Cyprus issue, the stalled process of Turkey’s membership in the European Union and illegal immigration, the framework for strengthening economic and commercial cooperation, and the development of cooperation in fields such as transportation, maritime cooperation, trade, and technology, environment protection and fighting against natural disasters.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

New East-West Corridor; First Operational Sign of Failed Abraham Accords

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The idea of developing transportation routes to boost trade in the Persian Gulf and eliminate the need for the strategic Strait of Hormuz was formed among the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member states some years ago. To realize the idea, the rail transport corridor along the Persian Gulf was started in 2016 by launching the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council rail network. According to the agreement signed among the member states of the Council, each of the countries was expected to build and complete their rail network independently. Finally, after completing all national lines, the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council network would be launched by connecting the national rail networks of those countries. In this way, an Arab railway network would be formed, connecting all six Persian Gulf Cooperation Council member countries through a railway line of 2177 kilometers.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – University professor

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