Cultural Security

A Brief Look at China’s Soft Power against the...

Introduction In the field of world politics, power is one of the most important and main concepts. Indeed it is usually defined as the...

Iran-Afghanistan: From Antagonism to Pragmatisms

In the last two decades despite International criticism, Iran has maintained relations with its eastern neighbor and supported both sides of the conflict, supporting...

Iranian-Azerbaijani Relations Are Poised to Be Very Promising This...

Iran and Azerbaijan have overcome the recent uncertainty in their relations from late last year and are thus poised to have very promising ties...

It’s Time to Institutionalize Trilateral Russian-Iranian-Turkish Cooperation in Eurasia

Senior Assistant to Iranian Foreign Minister for Special Political Affairs Ali Asghar Khaji told Russian media on 22 December that there are plans to...

Iraq in West Asia: Prospect of the US Withdrawal...

When one looks back in history, the ripples created by pictures of Chris Donahue, the last American soldier to step off Afghan soil will...

Reputational Security and Shared Problems: Seeing the World beyond...

I certainly think that the world is at a crossroads.  I agree that at this point the United States does not have the kind...

On the Occasion of the Pope’s Visit to Iraq

As an Anglican priest, I am not under the authority of Rome and have no direct connection to the Pope. Even so, every time...

Biden’s Foreign Policy towards Iran: A Centrist Approach between...

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Iran must move first to restart the nuclear deal, while Iran says America must remove sanctions first....

Biden Wins Election, Trump Refuses to Concede

Joe Biden will be sworn in as president of the United States on January 20.  This has been clear since November 7, four days...

Failure of the US Global Primacy and Raising a...

The prospects for unrest in the United States, particularly widespread unrest, are very low.  The election itself was carried out with very few disruptions...