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Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

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Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Central Asian issues said that transit and geo-economy, in general, is an area that can improve the relations between Tehran and Tashkent to a strategic level, adding that with the visit of the President of Uzbekistan to Tehran and the finalization of a package of bilateral cooperation agreements between the two countries, it will be possible to witness another jump in the trade between the two countries for the following year.

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of Allameh Tabataba’i University stated that in relations with Central Asia, China has considered a pragmatic policy centered on the economy and has put this economy in interaction with politics, and for this reason, concerning political and security issues has not been indifferent, adding: the agreements reached in the recent meeting of the heads of states of China and Central Asian countries, entails stabilization and intensification of Beijing’s presence and influence in that region, and as a result, an increase of Beijing’s playing capability in those countries.

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Strategic Council Online – Note: Russia believes that the 20-year presence of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan ended in disgrace and considers it not only a defeat, but also a catastrophe. The old problems such as terrorism, drug trafficking and the low standard of living of the people not only remained unresolved but the problems even intensified. Foreign forces failed to establish a stable political system after their withdrawal. With the Taliban coming to power, the political system will change again.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A university professor said any instability and insecurity in Afghanistan can easily spread to Central Asian states and create numerous security challenges for them, adding that there is the concern that empowerment of a radical force in Afghanistan and or any other foreign instigation or movement can result in recruitment of social dissidents in Tajikistan and move this country towards serious challenges.

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Strategic Council Online – Former Chief of Afghanistan Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that if the Tajiks enter the field of resistance against the Taliban, they will most likely have the support of the Uzbeks, Hazaras, Turkmen, other ethnic groups and even some Pashtuns, adding: Ethnic groups in Afghanistan have so far waited to see where the situation of the Taliban and resistance of the military against them will lead. The Taliban have not taken a stand against other ethnic groups and are trying not to turn the issue into an ethnic conflict.

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Central Asian affairs says the recent visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the four main Central Asian states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan bears geopolitical and strategic significance given the recent developments such as the nuclear talks and the 25-year cooperation agreement between Iran and China.

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Strategic Council Online – The Islamic Republic of Iran can use the principle of balancing and diversification, to increase its presence in the Central Asian region.
Vali Kouzegar Kaleji – senior researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Strategic Council Online – As ISIS targets the Afghan capital with numerous missile strikes, this idea has been bolstered that it could pave the way for a continued US presence in Afghanistan and given that ISIS terrorist attacks are in line with the targets of the White House to perpetuate violence in Afghanistan and manage it, planning of those attacks has been attributed to Washington.
Mohammad Reza Asgari Moroudi – senior expert on Asia affairs

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Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

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Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Central Asian issues said that transit and geo-economy, in general, is an area that can improve the relations between Tehran and Tashkent to a strategic level, adding that with the visit of the President of Uzbekistan to Tehran and the finalization of a package of bilateral cooperation agreements between the two countries, it will be possible to witness another jump in the trade between the two countries for the following year.

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of Allameh Tabataba’i University stated that in relations with Central Asia, China has considered a pragmatic policy centered on the economy and has put this economy in interaction with politics, and for this reason, concerning political and security issues has not been indifferent, adding: the agreements reached in the recent meeting of the heads of states of China and Central Asian countries, entails stabilization and intensification of Beijing’s presence and influence in that region, and as a result, an increase of Beijing’s playing capability in those countries.

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Strategic Council Online – Note: Russia believes that the 20-year presence of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan ended in disgrace and considers it not only a defeat, but also a catastrophe. The old problems such as terrorism, drug trafficking and the low standard of living of the people not only remained unresolved but the problems even intensified. Foreign forces failed to establish a stable political system after their withdrawal. With the Taliban coming to power, the political system will change again.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A university professor said any instability and insecurity in Afghanistan can easily spread to Central Asian states and create numerous security challenges for them, adding that there is the concern that empowerment of a radical force in Afghanistan and or any other foreign instigation or movement can result in recruitment of social dissidents in Tajikistan and move this country towards serious challenges.

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Strategic Council Online – Former Chief of Afghanistan Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that if the Tajiks enter the field of resistance against the Taliban, they will most likely have the support of the Uzbeks, Hazaras, Turkmen, other ethnic groups and even some Pashtuns, adding: Ethnic groups in Afghanistan have so far waited to see where the situation of the Taliban and resistance of the military against them will lead. The Taliban have not taken a stand against other ethnic groups and are trying not to turn the issue into an ethnic conflict.

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Central Asian affairs says the recent visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the four main Central Asian states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan bears geopolitical and strategic significance given the recent developments such as the nuclear talks and the 25-year cooperation agreement between Iran and China.

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Strategic Council Online – The Islamic Republic of Iran can use the principle of balancing and diversification, to increase its presence in the Central Asian region.
Vali Kouzegar Kaleji – senior researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Strategic Council Online – As ISIS targets the Afghan capital with numerous missile strikes, this idea has been bolstered that it could pave the way for a continued US presence in Afghanistan and given that ISIS terrorist attacks are in line with the targets of the White House to perpetuate violence in Afghanistan and manage it, planning of those attacks has been attributed to Washington.
Mohammad Reza Asgari Moroudi – senior expert on Asia affairs

Uzbakistan

Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Central Asian issues said that transit and geo-economy, in general, is an area that can improve the relations between Tehran and Tashkent to a strategic level, adding that with the visit of the President of Uzbekistan to Tehran and the finalization of a package of bilateral cooperation agreements between the two countries, it will be possible to witness another jump in the trade between the two countries for the following year.

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of Allameh Tabataba’i University stated that in relations with Central Asia, China has considered a pragmatic policy centered on the economy and has put this economy in interaction with politics, and for this reason, concerning political and security issues has not been indifferent, adding: the agreements reached in the recent meeting of the heads of states of China and Central Asian countries, entails stabilization and intensification of Beijing’s presence and influence in that region, and as a result, an increase of Beijing’s playing capability in those countries.

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Strategic Council Online – Note: Russia believes that the 20-year presence of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan ended in disgrace and considers it not only a defeat, but also a catastrophe. The old problems such as terrorism, drug trafficking and the low standard of living of the people not only remained unresolved but the problems even intensified. Foreign forces failed to establish a stable political system after their withdrawal. With the Taliban coming to power, the political system will change again.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A university professor said any instability and insecurity in Afghanistan can easily spread to Central Asian states and create numerous security challenges for them, adding that there is the concern that empowerment of a radical force in Afghanistan and or any other foreign instigation or movement can result in recruitment of social dissidents in Tajikistan and move this country towards serious challenges.

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Strategic Council Online – Former Chief of Afghanistan Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that if the Tajiks enter the field of resistance against the Taliban, they will most likely have the support of the Uzbeks, Hazaras, Turkmen, other ethnic groups and even some Pashtuns, adding: Ethnic groups in Afghanistan have so far waited to see where the situation of the Taliban and resistance of the military against them will lead. The Taliban have not taken a stand against other ethnic groups and are trying not to turn the issue into an ethnic conflict.

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Central Asian affairs says the recent visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the four main Central Asian states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan bears geopolitical and strategic significance given the recent developments such as the nuclear talks and the 25-year cooperation agreement between Iran and China.

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Strategic Council Online – The Islamic Republic of Iran can use the principle of balancing and diversification, to increase its presence in the Central Asian region.
Vali Kouzegar Kaleji – senior researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Strategic Council Online – As ISIS targets the Afghan capital with numerous missile strikes, this idea has been bolstered that it could pave the way for a continued US presence in Afghanistan and given that ISIS terrorist attacks are in line with the targets of the White House to perpetuate violence in Afghanistan and manage it, planning of those attacks has been attributed to Washington.
Mohammad Reza Asgari Moroudi – senior expert on Asia affairs

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Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

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Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Prospects and Importance of strategic cooperation between Iran and Uzbekistan

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert on Central Asian issues said that transit and geo-economy, in general, is an area that can improve the relations between Tehran and Tashkent to a strategic level, adding that with the visit of the President of Uzbekistan to Tehran and the finalization of a package of bilateral cooperation agreements between the two countries, it will be possible to witness another jump in the trade between the two countries for the following year.

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Objectives, Results of 1st China-Central Asian Summit Meeting

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A faculty member of Allameh Tabataba’i University stated that in relations with Central Asia, China has considered a pragmatic policy centered on the economy and has put this economy in interaction with politics, and for this reason, concerning political and security issues has not been indifferent, adding: the agreements reached in the recent meeting of the heads of states of China and Central Asian countries, entails stabilization and intensification of Beijing’s presence and influence in that region, and as a result, an increase of Beijing’s playing capability in those countries.

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Russia and Afghanistan Crisis

Strategic Council Online – Note: Russia believes that the 20-year presence of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan ended in disgrace and considers it not only a defeat, but also a catastrophe. The old problems such as terrorism, drug trafficking and the low standard of living of the people not only remained unresolved but the problems even intensified. Foreign forces failed to establish a stable political system after their withdrawal. With the Taliban coming to power, the political system will change again.
Mahmoud Fazeli – International affairs analyst

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Russia’s Strategy towards Afghanistan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The policy that Russia is currently pursuing in Afghanistan is an effort to fill the vacuum created by the US withdrawal from the country by strengthening its presence and influence through political mechanisms and security processes, unlike China, which uses mechanisms of economic, development, and investment programs in Afghanistan’s infrastructure in an effort to fill in the said gap.
Hamid Khoshayand – Analyst of International Affairs

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

The maneuver of Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and common concerns about the spread of insecurity to Central Asia

Strategic Council Online—Interview: A university professor said any instability and insecurity in Afghanistan can easily spread to Central Asian states and create numerous security challenges for them, adding that there is the concern that empowerment of a radical force in Afghanistan and or any other foreign instigation or movement can result in recruitment of social dissidents in Tajikistan and move this country towards serious challenges.

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Prolongation of Afghan Crisis with Taliban’s Military, Violent Approach

Strategic Council Online – Former Chief of Afghanistan Headquarters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that if the Tajiks enter the field of resistance against the Taliban, they will most likely have the support of the Uzbeks, Hazaras, Turkmen, other ethnic groups and even some Pashtuns, adding: Ethnic groups in Afghanistan have so far waited to see where the situation of the Taliban and resistance of the military against them will lead. The Taliban have not taken a stand against other ethnic groups and are trying not to turn the issue into an ethnic conflict.

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Necessity of redefining Iran’s cooperation with Central Asian states

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Central Asian affairs says the recent visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the four main Central Asian states of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan bears geopolitical and strategic significance given the recent developments such as the nuclear talks and the 25-year cooperation agreement between Iran and China.

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Opportunities for Iran’s Cooperation with Central Asian States

Strategic Council Online – The Islamic Republic of Iran can use the principle of balancing and diversification, to increase its presence in the Central Asian region.
Vali Kouzegar Kaleji – senior researcher at the Center for Strategic Studies of the President’s Office

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Escalation of Violence in Afghanistan; US New Administration’s Strategy?

Strategic Council Online – As ISIS targets the Afghan capital with numerous missile strikes, this idea has been bolstered that it could pave the way for a continued US presence in Afghanistan and given that ISIS terrorist attacks are in line with the targets of the White House to perpetuate violence in Afghanistan and manage it, planning of those attacks has been attributed to Washington.
Mohammad Reza Asgari Moroudi – senior expert on Asia affairs

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Implicit Decree “Preventing Attack on Rafah” – ICJ Decision in South Africa vs. Israel Lawsuit

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: On February 12, the South African government once again appealed to The International Court of Justice (ICJ) to demand the indication of new measures in light of statements made by the Israeli prime minister’s office on the necessity of a military incursion into the Rafah region in the Gaza Strip and in light of subsequent operations conducted thereafter.

How to Make the Most of the Provisional Order of the International Court of Justice

Strategic Council Online – Note: The recent provisional order indicated by the International Court of Justice on the “Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip (South Africa v. Israel) – if used astutely – could constitute a “turning point” in the struggle of civil advocates and governments committed to the Palestinian cause. Before this decision, two other significant legal instruments had been produced at the highest levels of the United Nations concerning Israel, but unfortunately – despite their remarkable potential – neither was adequately exploited by pro-Palestine governments – including the “Palestinian Authority” – due to lassitude in some instances, unwarranted prudence in others, or even the fear that engaging the Israeli regime in any manner on a formal stage could wrongly be construed as its “recognition.”
Reza Nasri – International Jurist

Predictable Scenarios in US Elections and Iran’s Approach

Strategic Council Online- Opinion: While the Gaza crisis and Israel’s inhuman behavior in dealing with the people of the Strip cast a shadow over all international issues and has become the biggest challenge facing the world community, the type and nature of America’s relationship with the Israeli regime and the impact of its actions on the global level and in different regions have also made the upcoming US elections a key and important issue in 2024.
Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri – university professor

An Analysis of Recent Saudi Statement about Normalization of Relations with the Zionist Regime

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An expert on Middle East affairs says Saudi Arabia’s recent statement stands for two issues, which indicates Riyadh’s compliance with US policies. The first issue is that Saudi Arabia has supported the two-state plan with Washington’s backing. In contrast, the Palestinians and Resistance Axis countries have strong reservations about the two-state scheme.

France and the European Union seek to challenge Russia’s role in the South Caucasus

Strategic Council Online—Interview: The former ambassador of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan said that the positions of the European Union’s foreign policy in support of Armenia and opposition to the Republic of Azerbaijan are in the context of challenging Russia’s role in the developments in the South Caucasus and also in the continuation of Europe’s conflict with Russia over Ukraine.

Changing the Political Scene of the Ukraine War

Strategic Council Online: An expert on European issues said: The war of attrition in Ukraine has caused Russia and the supporters of Ukraine to sharpen their tone towards each other in the political arena. to show that they are still determined to advance their goals in the war.

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