Iran’s full membership of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation should worry Tehran’s adversaries, experts have said. Continue reading Iran’s Shanghai Cooperation Organisation membership is a symbol of the end of US hegemony
The pact between Australia, the UK and the United States – from which it gets its acronymous name – was announced by the nations’ three leaders in a streamed conference on September 15, 2021. Continue reading AUKUS: What will this new military pact mean for relations with China?
Iran’s recent solicitation of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro is a deliberate challenge to the US in its own backyard, an expert has said. Continue reading By courting Maduro, Iran is sending a defiant signal to Washington
Before the Taliban returned to power, their representatives met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in July 2021 – and it is possible that China may recognise the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Taliban regime) as the nation’s government. Continue reading What will relations between China and Afghanistan look like with the Taliban in power?
There have been musings that Iran is willing to strike a deal with the Taliban in order to protect the group – but Dr Adib-Moghaddam said it may just be a minor part of their interests in the nation. Continue reading Iran may have welcomed Washington’s defeat in Afghanistan – but it still loathes the Taliban
Without an army and without a real foreign policy, this Europe has no possibility of asserting its reasons and interests. Continue reading Europe’s turmoil over Taliban takeover masks major power vacuum from Brussels
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador sparked some concern in Washington last month after sending fuel and aid to a Cuba mired in domestic crisis. Continue reading With Afghanistan on his mind, Biden will pay no attention to strengthening Mexico-Cuba relationship
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defied the Biden administration by sending aid to Cuba – but it may be an ill-fated political decision based on ideology, an expert has said. Continue reading The new special relationship? Why Mexico’s Obrador is propping up Cuba
The passage of UK warships through the South China Sea is likely an attempt by Britain to renew its image as a global power, experts have told Redaction Report. Continue reading UK naval moves in South China Sea could be a bid for Britain to be seen as ‘significant global actor’
While the protests in the island nation may have waned, Biden’s conduct during the chaos indicated a continuation of Trump’s hawkish policy towards the old enemy – and a sharp turn from Barack Obama’s. Continue reading Biden’s hawkish Cuba policy won’t bear any fruit for Washington