Eurasia

Nasrallah: US’ top priority is preventing a China-Russia-Iran alliance

In a recent televised speech, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah claimed that the Biden administration’s top priority today was to prevent the formation of a major alliance or axis between China, Russia, and Iran. Nasrallah also claimed that the United States and Israel were today in a state of …

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Biden abandons friend in need in Saudi Arabia

Abrupt decision to remove Patriot missiles from Saudi Arabia shows Biden considers Iran the region’s real power The Biden administration has pulled three Patriot missile batteries out of Saudi Arabia and is ending the permanent stationing of an aircraft carrier in the region. According to the government, the Patriots and …

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UAE | Abu Dhabi Crown Prince: UAE remains committed to supporting stability, progress in Iraq

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed said “the UAE remains committed to supporting stability and progress for Iraq and its people” as he received Iraq’s Prime Minister, Mustafa Al Kadhimi, on Sunday. Bin Zayed hosted an official reception ceremony for Al Kadhimi at Qasr Al Watan, which included …

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Mikdad Discusses With the Iraqi Minister of Immigration the Situation of the Displaced in Both Countries

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Faisal Mekdad met on Thursday with the Iraqi Minister of Immigration and Displacement, Ivan Faiq Jabro. The two ministers discussed ways of joint cooperation between the two countries and the situation of the displaced in both countries. Mekdad stressed the importance of strengthening the relationship and …

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Russia’s Top Diplomat Says Dividing Syria Is A Serious Threat

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned on Wednesday of the consequences of dividing Syria if Washington continues to encourage separatism in the war-torn country. Speaking at a special session of the Valdai International Discussion Club’s Middle East Conference, Lavrov said the frozen state of the Syrian conflict is fraught with …

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The European Union: From a Single Market to a Tragic Farce

Five hundred years from now, when historians look back on the COVID era, they will say that America’s “Operation Warp Speed,” under President Donald J. Trump, was a triumph of science and logistics. Many liberals have a short memory, but the EU has not always been the big, remote machine …

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How the U.S. Should Respond to Russia’s New Escalation in Ukraine

For the better part of six years since Russia and Ukraine signed the Minsk II cease-fire accord for the disputed eastern Ukrainian region of Donbass, one question has loomed: How will the U.S. and NATO respond if Russian troops again cross back over the so-called Line of Contact, dividing Ukrainian …

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Iran blinks first, but real challenge still ahead for nuclear talks

Until now, Tehran’s position has been that there is no need for negotiations, rejecting three offers by the US to restart talks. Iran attempted to sound tough even as it buckled under the pressure of US nuclear diplomacy, and agreed to join renegotiations of the 2015 nuclear deal late Thursday.

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Ex-IDF intel. chief: Israel must continue covert ops in Iran

Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Aharon Ze’evi-Farkash believes that the Biden administration will not rejoin the 2015 nuclear deal before the June Iranian presidential election. “Don’t worry, we are there in Iran; we will make sure they do not cross the line,” said senior Russian officials during a visit to Israel.

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