Tag: Taiwan

Intl. Implications of China’s Future Presidency over BRICS

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Tensions and rivalries between China and the United States have global significance and implications, affecting relations with other powers and even international organizations and institutions such as the G20 or the United Nations and its agencies.
Pouria Nabipour – Ph.D. in political science and international relations

Perspective of the U.S. Strategy to Confront China

Having stated that the U.S. would like to have clash in the peripheral and strategic depth of China, an expert of the international issues said:” in the meantime, the U.S. follows up the decline of China’s competition capability in all fields and the competition will, certainly, turn to a hostility”.

Commitment to the United China; the U.S. Green Light to Prevent China’s Approach to Russia

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert of international issues stated that shelfing the policy to support Taiwanese independence is not the U.S. macro strategy. He said:” Beijing, for sure, does not believe in the White House commitment to the policy of United China, and repeated statements of such policy do not have any decisive effect to distance China from Russia and the future of their relations, because the two countries have defined strategic relations between them”.

Objectives & Consequences of Security Agreement between China and Solomon Islands

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having stated that China’s security agreement with Solomon Islands and opening of the U.S. embassy in the Island, represent strategic developments in the Pacific region and the intensification of conflicts between the U.S. and China in the region, a university professor said:” despite the agreement signed with Solomon Islands was a serious measure to contain Taiwan but war in Ukraine and destruction of the country was an important lesson for countries of Asia – Pacific region that made them cautious.

US Concern over Missile Nuclear Strategy of North Korea, China Gaining Power

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A university professor, saying that the US objective in proposing negotiations is not to change the North Korean regime or its weaponry, but to separate North Korea from China, added: Measures North Korea is taking with the display of weapons are to the extent of propaganda maneuvers and psychological warfare; because it has no confidence in China’s support in the event of war.

Announcing Acceptance of “One China” Principle; Deceptive Strategy of US against China

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A professor of international relations considered the US strategy towards China and the announcement of the acceptance of “One China” principle as being based on the “carrot and stick” policy, and said: China is exposed to numerous harms and knows what the US raises within the framework of “acceptance of One China,” is not the implementing policy of that country.

China’s Considerations, Concerns about Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: The stance of “neither support nor opposition of China” towards Russia’s war against Ukraine is due to the fact that the country, on the one hand, has some strong incentives for supporting Russia and Moscow’s victory in confronting the West and, on the other hand, is concerned about the negative consequences of Russian sanctions and their repetition.
Dr. Tahmoures Gholami – Expert on international affairs

Lessons of Ukraine War for China

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: As long as China will not achieve a much higher position than it does today in the hierarchy of power of the international system, in the case of Taiwan it will not resort to the same way that Russia did to Ukraine. The West’s coherence in the Russian embargo was instructive for Beijing that the West merely wants an excuse in a legitimate form to weaken its rivals and enemies.
Dr. Fatemeh Nakolalazad – International affairs researcher

China’s Maritime Geopolitical Strategy

Strategic Council Online –Guest post: In order to escape from geopolitical contraction caused by geographic determinism, China needs to use geopolitical strategy programs at ground, sea and even space.
Maryam Verij Kazemi, Researcher, Geopolitical Issues

Cold War Style U.S. Rhetoric against China & Russia and Its Outcomes

Strategic Council Online- Interview: Having stated that at present circumstance we witness a cold war between China and the U.S. and to a lesser degree between Russia and the U.S., an analyst of international affairs said:” the competition that exists between the U.S. on one side and Russia and China on the other side, will form the aspects of the future order which the world and the country will face.

China-US Show of Force under Pretext of Taiwan

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Taiwan has always been at the center of rivalry and tension between China and the United States, but since maintaining “interaction” has been a key feature of US-China relations for the past decades, both countries, by maintaining restraint, have prevented increasing the level of tension in this regard.
Mohammad Javad Ghahremani – Expert on Asia affairs

US-China Reciprocal Strategy towards Taiwan

Strategic Council Online – Interview: Former Iranian ambassador to China, saying that the political community of Taiwan does not seem to be interested in radical measure to change the balance of power vis-a-vis China, added: Positions of the two parties in Taiwan that support its independence have mostly propagative, or even blackmail aspect, from China.

Consequences of Virtual Meeting of China-US Presidents

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on US affairs commenting on the recent video call between the presidents of China and the United States said: Basically when the tension between the big powers is increasing, communication channels are very necessary and useful to prevent miscalculation and escalation of tension.

Assessment of Beijing Policy on Strategic Competition between China & the U.S.

Strategic Council Online- Interview: Having stated that China believes that her relations with Washington should be transformed to stabled and healthy ones to confront effectively with global challenges, a university professor said:” the route that China has defined to exploit her interests in the future of the global system is based on multilateral policy and diplomacy.

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

European Use of Taiwan Leverage; Cautious Subordination to US Chinophobia Approach

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of European affairs said that the recent visit of the European Parliament delegation to Taiwan can be assessed as a very conservative and cautious move in line with accompanying the US policy of Chinophobia, adding: The Europeans are trying to manage the game with China with regard to their own interests, and given the distrust against the United States, they will not change their relationship with China all at once.

China’s Missile Strategy against US

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Some international media outlets have recently claimed that China has conducted a missile test in which a hypersonic missile was able to reach its predetermined target after orbiting the Earth. Although the Chinese government has denied such allegations, the news has once again brought under question China’s missile strategy in the spotlight and China’s target of developing its missile program.
Hossein Sayyahi – Researcher of East Asia

Taiwan, Main Focus of Possible US-China Military Confrontation

Strategic Council Online – Opinion: Taiwan is a symbol of US-China rivalry or hostility. If the Chinese government succeeds in annexing Taiwan to its territory, then the groundwork will be laid for its domination over the South China Sea and expulsion of the United States from the region; but if the United States succeeds in retaining Taiwan and even announcing it as an independent state, Beijing should be declared the loser of this rivalry or hostility. That is why the Taiwan issue is a symbol for the success or failure of the United States in controlling China.
Fatemeh Nekoo Lal Azad – Researcher of Abrar Contemporary International Studies and Research Institute in Tehran

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