Quitting BRICS is non-option, as India gains out of its membership — although it is hardly making any significant contribution to the advancement of the grouping.
It explains the audacity with which the US interferes in the affairs of other countries and organizes bloody coups under the talk of democracy.
A massive US naval deployment in a wide arc of the so-called Greater Middle East is under way — stretching from Crete in the Eastern Mediterranean.
The relationship is fast acquiring a qualitatively new level of solidarity in the context of the Palestine-Israel conflict.
Iran is on the same page as China and Russia and the Arab States in calling for an immediate ceasefire so that conditions are available for diplomacy to meaningfully tackle the Palestine problem.
While there are no serious takers for a West Asian war, that alone may not suffice to avoid a war if the Israeli army’s forthcoming assault in Gaza falls short of its objective to destroy Hamas.
The US project to resuscitate the Abraham Accords loses traction and the plot to undermine the China-brokered Saudi-Iranian rapprochement faces sudden death.
Khamenei’s statement warns Israel against any rash moves that it may come to repent later. He anticipated Israel’s “irreparable defeat.”
The ‘erasure’ of Nagorno-Karabakh from the map is an incredibly tumultuous development for Transcaucasia and its surrounding regions.
Many regions of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan could run out of drinking and irrigation water within the next 10 to 20 years.
The effects of climate change have been widespread in recent years, from increasingly severe floods in India and Pakistan to growing water scarcity in Central Asia.
It’s in the US’ interests to drag Iran into a protracted 1980s-like war with Turkiye that would bleed both dry while dividing the region.