The circumstances surrounding the flare-up in Syria between the US occupation forces and pro-Iranian militia groups remain murky.
The Iranian-Saudi Rapprochement Will Deal A Deathblow To The Dollar
Saudi moves in support of the petroyuan in coordination with Iran and Russia would catalyze the next natural phase of de-dollarization.
The Middle East Frees Itself From The West
The reconciliation between Saudi Arabia, leader of the Sunni Muslim world, and Iran, leader of the Shiite Muslim world, finally makes possible an era of peace in the Middle East. It was made possible by Russia, ally of the two enemy brothers, and negotiated first in Iraq and Oman before being concluded by China, Iran’s millennial ally, acting impartially. This agreement closes eleven years of wars and Western influence.
China Steps Up, A New Era Has Dawned In World Politics
The agreement announced in Beijing regarding the diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a historic event.
China-Iran Ties On The Right Side Of History
Beijing, Moscow and Tehran are sailing in the same boat as the pioneers of a democratised world order defying US hegemony.
U.S. Strengthens Presence In Southeast Asia
Washington expects to gradually reduce India’s cooperation with DPRK, Iran and Russia. And first of all in dual-use technologies, 5G/6G communications and other important sectors such as space.
The West Sees Iran In A New Way
The modus operandi of the West against Iran will shift from colour revolution back to the classic mode of sabotage and assassinations.
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Syria’s Power Dynamic Is Shifting
The process toward a Turkish-Syrian rapprochement may lose momentum as a top aide to Turkish President Recep Erdogan threatened to derail it. On Saturday, Ibrahim Kalin, presidential advisor on foreign policy, stated during a media briefing in Ankara that the Russian push for peace did not mean that Ankara was […]
Rampant Speculation: Uranium, Dirty Bombs And Heathrow
The dirty bomb and its purportedly famed radiation dispersal attributes has an undeserved mythology. It serves to bloat budgets and confer grants on specious theories propounded by specious theorists. It is all rather easy to make a security threat up, and a celluloid, Hollywood scenario of a dirty bomb going […]
With Eye On Iran, Netanyahu Wades Into Ukraine Conflict
In his second coming as Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has hit the ground running. The international climate in which he skilfully operated for close to 15 years in two stints as prime minister has changed beyond recognition. Netanyahu’s foreign policy legacy has become listless — principally, the Abraham Accords […]
A Fatal Friendship? (II)
Part I After the end of the war with Iran in the summer of 1989, the Iraqi leadership was faced with two major problems: economic and domestic, on the solution of which the survival of the Baathist regime depended. In fact, the eight-year war with Iran had bankrupted the country. […]