Tag: Taiwan

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

China-US ties during Biden presidency

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A professor of international relations at the University of Tehran says relations between the United States and China will not undergo a significant change during the Biden’s term in office as China has already passed the US redline.

Complexity and Consequences of Political Developments in Myanmar

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former Iranian ambassador to Thailand, analyzing the coup in Myanmar, commented on the complexity of the scene and predicted that when the military dominates in that country, it usually would not relinquish power easily.

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

US-China Escalated Tension; Opportunity to Develop Infrastructural Relations with Beijing

Strategic Council Online: A former Iranian ambassador to China said the United States was re-evaluating its relations with Beijing. “After the coronavirus, China is no longer the country it used to be, and the United States will use China’s weakness in information dissemination regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus as an excuse to put pressure on this country and it will not give up.”

Corona and France’s support for increasing pressure on China

Strategic Council Online: As Trump’s maximum pressure to attract US public opinion, and change the course of international development of corona pandemic towards China, by introducing this country as the origin of the virus, and make Beijing responsible for this pandemic by any means, French diplomacy is on a mission to continue this trend and to increase a controlled pressure on Paris-Beijing relations.
Abolghasem Delfi – Former IRI Ambassador to France