Eurasia

Iran Needn’t Fear the Taliban’s Likely Return to Power

The success of the Taliban's lightning-fast nationwide offensive in the wake of the US' impending military withdrawal by 31 August has taken many observers...

The Middle Eastern Chess Board: Rivals and Allies

In general and to simplify for a wider audience, I tend to think of the Middle East as a chess board that plays out...

The Era of Global and Regional Transition

The current situation in the Middle East is characterized by an ongoing chaos that has lasted for decades. The US and Israeli policies in...

Russia under Putin: Seeking to Play a Global Role...

Although some scholars mentioned that the post-American era has begun, but I disagree. USA may have struggled during the Trump era but it is...

The American Domestic Polarization and Global Interpretations

I believe that in terms of economic might and military strength the US will continue to be dominated.  Where it will be weakest is...

Iran’s Promising Future in Eurasian Integration Platforms

One of the top trends of the 21st century is regional integration, which Iran has a promising chance to tap into by virtue of...

Iran & Pakistan: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

The aphorism that “good fences make good neighbors” is poised to hold true for Iran and Pakistan following this year's expected completion of their...

Biden Is on the Verge of Making the Same...

There are two reasons in why is Biden moving too slowly to revive the JCPOA: First, there is strong opposition domestically and from some...

American Professors Explain: The Destiny of the JCPOA and...

Professor James D. Savage President Biden is seeking to restore the working diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran that existed during the Obama...

Biden and Challenge of Unreliability in Post-American Era

While writing a previous book about U.S. imperialism, my research let me to observe that many of the U.S.’s wars, large and small, were...