Tag: Tarrif

Macron Seeks Leadership of Europe, Independence from US

Strategic Council Online – An expert on geopolitical affairs believes that since the inauguration of Donald Trump, issues such as bringing NATO under question, the Paris Climate Agreement, the European Union and the US President’s cooperation with China have become very controversial for European countries, especially France, and this issue has been raised that Europe should be independent of the United States and, in fact, stand on its own feet.

Prospects of US-European Relations during Trump Era

Strategic Council Online: As long as Trump is in the White House nothing will change if US relations with Europe do not deteriorate; But if he fails to enter the White House again and someone like Joe Biden wins the presidential election, relations between Europe and the United States will go back to normal as in previous years and will gradually improve.
Abdolreza Farajirad – Professor of Geopolitics

Political, Economic Dimensions of Coronavirus Outbreak

Strategic Council Online: If Coronavirus continues to spread serious damage will be inflicted on the Chinese economy. Meantime, and if the US does not cooperate in controlling the disease, rumours that the US benefits from the spread of the virus and its impact on the Chinese economy, as well as its magnification, are acceptable.
Abdolreza Faraji Rad – Expert on Geopolitics

Golden Opportunity for Iranian Private Sector in Syrian Reconstruction

Strategic Council Online: With stability gradually returning to Syria, the countries at war with Syria are now struggling to make a contribution to rebuilding the country and at the same time reap the economic benefits.
Mohammad Lahooti – President of the Iranian Export Confederation

The Scope of New US-EU Trade War

Strategic Council Online: A strategic affairs expert says a new round of tariff war between Europe and the United States appears to have been shaped. He added that a series of issues has made trade disputes between the two sides more complex, especially if Trump puts into effect his threat to significantly raise car import and parts tariffs from Europe to the United States it would be like a bomb that would completely change the bilateral trade relations.