Tag: South China Sea

Explicit and Critical Virtual Summit Meeting of the U.S. and China Leaders

Strategic Council Online-Opinion: Senior officials of the United States and bipartisan consensus at Congress have specified the economic power and rising military strength of China as the main challenge that the national security of the United States faces.
Mohsen Sharif Khodaee- Analyst, International Issues

Perspective of relations of China with Europe and NATO

Strategic Council Online—Editorial: China, in the long- and mid-term, will not be the sort of partner with which NATO can easily engage as Beijing is not aligning itself with Western ideas on democracy, human rights and issues related to the East of Asia.
Alireza Samoodi, Expert of European affairs

Expanse of US-China Confrontations and Tensions

Strategic Council Online – The US-China confrontation covers a wide range of issues, including trade and economy, security and military, and political and human rights issues.
Seyed Reza Mirtaher – Expert in Military and Strategic Issues

Reasons for US Military Buildup in South China Sea

Strategic Council Online – Developments in recent years in the South China Sea, namely China’s efforts to increase its maritime territory by building artificial islands and claiming ownership of some islands in the sea that have caused some controversy with neighboring countries such as the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and the like has led the United States, along with its allies Australia and Britain, to increase its military presence in the South China Sea.
Reza Mirtaher – American Affairs Expert