China-US trade war
Terrorism in Africa: endless war and its alternative
Since the early 2000s, international terrorism has been the number one threat to global security
Terrorist attack in Erbil: Who benefits from the Turkish diplomat’s murder?
Could the US be involved?
HOW TRADE UNIONS SEE THE PROBLEM OF TERRORISM
The preparation and publication of reports on the problem of terrorism by security forces or intelligence services has become commonplace in recent years
The Kashmir crisis: Is there any good solution?
Decades-long conflict between the two nuclear-armed powers in Kashmir has had a strong effect on all world powers, leaving allies and enemies intertwined
The never-ending FATF dispute in Iran
One of the most complicated debates among politicians and economists in Iran is whether or not the country should join the Financial Action Task Force
The New Zealand Mosque Attack: what we know so far
At least 49 people were killed and 48 injured on Friday in anti-Muslim terrorist attacks in New Zealand
The US – Iran military stand-off: assessing Iran’s defensive capability
In September 2018, National Security Advisor John R. Bolton reportedly called on the ministry of defense to formulate an attack on Iran in response to a mortar attack on the American embassy in Basra, Iraq.
The cost of betrayal: what Europe stands to lose by turning their backs on Iran
The EU has been on a collision course with Iran despite European leaders’ former promises that they would not to adhere to the terms of Trump’s sanctions package.
Suicide bombing in Chabahar: why is this Iranian port city an important target for terrorists?
Over the last three months Iran, which maintains a high level of security in relation to other Middle Eastern countries, has twice been the victim of terrorist attacks
The U.S. Midterm Election: A Convenient Context
Midterms 2018: the context of the elections
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