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R6 — the Case for a New Global Currency Basket

It is the time for a more inclusive global financial structure Sanctions and Sacrifice of Generations Ivan Timofeev: US Withdrawal From the JCPOA and Anti-Iranian Sanctions: Pros and Cons I have lived through sanctions. I know their aroma of depravity, their unipolar projections of might, and their arbitrary fright on lives of ordinary people, economies and generations who live and are raised through sanctions....

11.09.2019

From Arctic to Arabian Sea & West by Southwest: A Concept for Uniting China, India, Iran, & Russia with Open Source Innovation

... and resilient. I feel particularly guilty, as an American, about the “Gold War” against Russia implemented under Bush-Cheney by Tenet-Krongard-Brennan-Browder. I also think of three countries in relation to the future of Russia: China, India, and Iran. China is both a peer ally and a demographic threat – as Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew once said, demography is destiny – the Chinese are well on their way to occupying eastern Russia; India is owned and operated by the Zionists; and Iran is for ...

11.09.2019

Undestanding the Gulf States: The European Perspective

... as terrorists. This is probably the biggest problem. Saudi Arabia also has a problem, but it is emerging as a country that is stopping and challenging radicalized militias. Also, over the past 6–7 years, Qatar has started to work very closely with Iran, while Saudi Arabia and Iran have hostile relationships. Iran is responsible for creating great levels of instability in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf in general. Some people in the Gulf question the loyalty of Qatar because of its relationships with ...

10.09.2019

RIAC at the Meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister

On September 2, 2019, in Moscow, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Russian Federation hosted a meeting for Russian experts and Mohammad Javad Zarif, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran. On September 2, 2019, in Moscow, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Russian Federation hosted a meeting ...

05.09.2019

Jerusalem Format: Searching for a Solution to the Crisis in the Middle East

The trilateral meeting in Jerusalem showed significant differences in the approaches of Russia and the US-Israel tandem towards the tactics regarding the role of Iran in Syria. On July 20, Jerusalem hosted a summit meeting for the national security advisers of Israel, the US, and Russia that was unusual both in terms of composition and thematic content. Intensive negotiations held in bilateral and trilateral ...

03.09.2019

Trump Re-Election at Risk

... and a lot of people are starting to loose their coverage. Millions by election time. The North Koreans have given up nothing. We lost to the Russians and Bashir in Syria ISIS has gone from Iraq and Syria but it is popping up in many other places. The Iran deal is gone but Iran is getting more aggressive and they have not collapsed yet. A war with them would be bad. Very bad. They are ten times that foe that Iraq was. But not standing up to their provocations also looks bad and weak. A lose lose scenario....

01.09.2019

Just How Far to Back Off on Iran?

Over the past few months, tensions between the U.S. and Iran have increased in tit-for-tat escalation. After the U.S. accused Iran of attacking ships in the Gulf of Oman, Iran’s denial has merely followed their alleged second strike in a few months on Gulf shipping. Attacks targeted oil tankers and vessels ...

26.07.2019

Cyberwarfare without Rules

... have the power, means, normative and regulatory support, but also the political will to actively use destructive ICT capabilities. In this regard, we should note that all of the United States’ current strategic planning documents name Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea as its main opponents, and these countries are likely to be the targets of any cyberattacks. National Security Advisor of the United States John Bolton confirmed as much at a conference held by The Wall Street Journal this past ...

24.07.2019
 

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