Posts Tagged ‘relations’

Raisi: Tehran-Yerevan relations have always been friendly, constructive

TEHRAN– The President of Iran says that the historical relations between Iran and Armenia have always been friendly and constructive, adding that with the existing will between the political leaders, Tehran and Yerevan, can mark a new period of extensive economic cooperation. Ebrahim Raisi, during a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stressed the […]

Russian-Indonesian Relations Grow Stronger Amid Geopolitical Instability

Indonesia, a country of 270 million people and ASEAN’s largest economy, is actively involved in the affairs of Southeast Asia and seeks to maintain peace, stability and economic development in the region for its own security and to accelerate its economic growth. For its part, the Russian Federation, whose foreign policy objectives include strengthening its […]

US-Singapore Relations: Being of Use vs. Being Used

The tiny Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore serves as a sort of bellwether for a multitude of trends from economics to geopolitics. The Singaporean government is able to quickly and flexibly adapt to changing trends, more so than anywhere else, because of its small size – an advantage that Singapore enjoys and which compensates for […]

Neanderthal Public Relations: From Misconceptions To More Confusion

In the mid-nineteenth century AD, researchers and explorers began finding bones in the remote caves of Europe. At first, they believed these to be no different than modern human skulls, but as the specimens began to stack up, anthropologists became interested, realizing that these remains were distinct from modern humans. Then began the tragic intellectual […]

“Enduring Trauma of Partition: Critical Insights Into Neighbourly Relations”

K.M. Seethi, Enduring Dilemma: Flashpoints in Kashmir and India-Pakistan Relations (KW Publishers Pvt Ltd New Delhi 2021) As India and Pakistan are set to celebrate the 75th Year of independence, the trauma of partition and the unsettled issues of the past continue to haunt the people of the subcontinent in diverse ways. The region of […]

Russia’s Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Industry and Its Relations with Azerbaijan

The Republic of Azerbaijan, a former Soviet state that is now a member of the CIS, is a long-term partner of Russia. Although it is not a member of such important (from Russia’s perspective) international organizations as the EAEC (Eurasian Economic Union) and the CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization), Russia and Azerbaijan nevertheless work together […]

Relations Between Three African States Reached a Breaking Point due to Water Disputes

Ethiopia announced that it had completed the second phase of filling its controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) nearly two weeks after it began the process. This second filling was accomplished despite the lack of a legally binding agreement with Egypt and Sudan’s underlying countries and the sharp disputes between the three countries. Upstream Ethiopia […]

Thoughts on the Future Relations between the US and Israel

It will probably not come as a surprise to anyone that, following the change of administration in the White House, relations between the US and Israel have taken a turn for the worse. Similarly, it is no secret that this factor greatly contributed to political downfall of Benjamin Netanyahu, who the Israelis felt had been […]

Which EU states are rebuilding diplomatic relations with Assad’s Syria?

When Syrian President Bashar Assad won a fourth term in office on May 26 with 95.1% of the votes, the European Union along with other Western powers swiftly denounced the election as a fraud. “The elections that took place in Syria on 26 May met none of the criteria of a genuinely democratic vote,” said […]

Hezbollah’s Arab, International Relations Chief to Al-Ahed: Victorious Syria Strengthens Arabs

16/06-2021 By Mohammed Eid Damascus – The Head of Hezbollah’s Arab and International Relations Unit, Sayyed Ammar al-Moussawi, said that a victorious Syria gives strength to the Arab and Islamic worlds, and that its great position in the July 2006 war made it the main partner of the Islamic resistance in Lebanon in all its […]

Make Normalizing Relations With Cuba A Priority

With the stroke of a pen, Biden could lift trade and travel restrictions and allow unrestricted remittances to Cuba, alleviating needless pandemic suffering. Silvia from Miami, Eduardo from Hialeah, Abel from Lakeland. The names pour in on the donations page for “Syringes to Cuba” as Carlos Lazo promotes the campaign on his popular Facebook livestream. An energetic […]

Recantations Are All the Rage. Israel Has Lost the Public Relations War

Israel and its friends demonize critics By Philip Giraldi Global Research, June 01, 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** Several things are happening simultaneously. Most important, […]

EU-Turkey relations at ‘historic low point,’ MEPs warn

MEPs adopted on Wednesday a report warning that the relations between Turkey and the European Union were at a “historic low point.” The text was passed with 480 votes in favour, 64 against and 150 abstentions. Rapporteur Nacho Sánchez Amor said the report was “probably the toughest yet in its criticism of the situation in […]

Israel & Gaza seek peace relations on May 14, 2021, Israel’s 73rd birthday

Israel turns 73 years old, May 14, 2021, and this news about ‘Gaza‘ comes one day prior.*Gaza = 73 Notice in the article below, it is reported there has been a “bloody” ‘four’ day ‘military’ conflict with ‘Israel’, — and it is now being reported that physical conflict has stalled, May 14, 2021, Israel’s 73rd […]

Saudi Arabia Restores Relations with Syria

Recently, there has been a clear trend among Middle Eastern countries to review the foreign policy directions that have been pursued in recent decades. The most striking example of this is the adjustment of Riyadh’s foreign policy vectors, especially with regard to countries with which Saudi Arabia has long been at enmity. After preparing a […]

The Beginning of Normalization of Israel’s Relations with the Arab World

Since the end of 2020, four Middle Eastern countries — the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan — have established fully regularized economic and diplomatic relations with Israel. Two other Arab states did so much earlier: Egypt was the first to enter into diplomatic relations with Israel, signing a peace treaty with it […]

St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Can Strengthen Relations Between Palestine & Russia

By Denis Korkodinov Source According to experts, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum not only strengthens Russia’s mediation efforts to overcome the existing problems in Palestine, but can also serve as a basis for mobilizing Palestinian economic factions, turning them into a powerful instrument of international influence. The International Economic Forum, scheduled for June 2-5, […]

Saudi Arabia and Iran Prepare for a Breakthrough in their Relations.

Information of secret negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Iran in Baghdad has already appeared in the media. This situation was clarified after a sensational statement announced by the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman who recently said,  “Saudi Arabia wants Iran to prosper and is ready to cooperate based on […]

McWhorter: Race Relations Have Gotten Less Honest and Progressive Since Summer 2020

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” Columbia University Professor and author John McWhorter said that back in the mid-2000s, race relations were “a little more honest and a little more progressive” than they are, especially since the summer of 2020. McWhorter said, “I am beginning to think that I miss 2004, 2005. Because race […]

Burning on Both Ends–Relations of Dominance Cause Distress on Both Sides

           One of the most persistent causes of human distress in world has been that too many human relationships are built around the tendencies of dominance and exploitation. This is true not just of the apparently more hostile  relationships but even of some apparently friendly relationships where the urge for  dominance often remains  at least […]

Turkey and Egypt: Improved Relations — or Another Setback for Erdogan?

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan gives a statement after a meeting in Ankara, Turkey, April 5, 2021. Photo: Murat Cetinmuhurdar/PPO/Handout via REUTERS In a complete reversal of his incessant attacks against the Egyptian government since the 2013 revolution and coup, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has launched a massive media and diplomatic campaign to mend ties […]

India and Pakistan Take Steps Towards Improving Relations

First of all, let us emphasize once again that the process of defusing tensions between India and Pakistan, crucial to the situation in the Indo-Pacific region, has been “on its way” since February of this year, and it is at its very beginning. Let us also recall the de facto nuclear status of both countries, which […]

Red Lines in US-Turkey Relations

Recently, the relationship between two NATO allies, Washington and Ankara, has started deteriorating noticeably despite the fact that after the 2nd World War, Turkey was viewed as USA’s “right-hand man” in the region for many years. During the previous century, the United States grew accustomed to treating Turks as junior partners who were expected to […]

The Taiwan Issue Remains a Major Thorn in the Side of US-Chinese Relations

The current state of the Taiwan problem has always been a good indicator for assessing the situation, both in the Indo-Pacific region as a whole and in relations between the two leading world powers, the United States and China. Meanwhile, a number of noteworthy recent events, which in one way or another affect this problem, […]

J Street conference marks ‘a new day in Washington’ for U.S.-Israel relations

News and Partnerships Life and Culture Columnists and Opinion Haaretz Heb and TheMarker Haaretz.com, the online English edition of Haaretz Newspaper in Israel, gives you breaking news, analyses and opinions about Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World. © Haaretz Daily Newspaper Ltd. All Rights Reserved Source 00

Iran, Saudi Arabia held meeting to repair relations, report says

News and Partnerships Life and Culture Columnists and Opinion Haaretz Heb and TheMarker Haaretz.com, the online English edition of Haaretz Newspaper in Israel, gives you breaking news, analyses and opinions about Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World. © Haaretz Daily Newspaper Ltd. All Rights Reserved Source 00

Examining Israel-France Relations in Light of the ICC Decision

The International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. On March 18, 2021, Israeli president Reuven Rivlin and French president Emmanuel Macron held a diplomatic meeting in Paris as part of Rivlin’s European tour. Also present at the meeting was IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi. The parties discussed key geostrategic issues […]

Iran highlights ‘special importance’ of strategic relations with China

TEHRAN – Establishing strategic relations with China has been of special importance for Iran, spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry Saeed Khatibzadeh has said as Tehran and Beijing concluded a 25-cooperation plan on March 27. In an Instagram post published on Wednesday, Khatibzadeh elaborated on certain points concerning the Iran–China 25-year cooperation document. In his post, […]

It’s time to heal Jewish-Arab relations in Israel

“Healing occurs only when we look at the other face-to-face.” (Zohar) Do we Jews in Israel truly wish for coexistence and mutual respect among all of Israel’s varied communities? If we do, we would do well to craft an appropriate response to MK Mansour Abbas’s groundbreaking speech. As head of the Islamic Movement’s Ra’am Party […]

Relations with Washington Have ’Hit the Bottom’ – Lavrov

By Staff, Agencies Moscow’s relations with Washington have “hit the bottom” and no decision has been taken so far to send back the country’s envoy to the US, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Thursday. Relations between the two long-time adversaries have worsened in recent weeks following the US President Joe Biden’s remarks in a […]

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