Changing US policy towards China
The new US “National Security Strategy” report which indicates the strategic benchmark of US foreign policy.
Motivations behind developing Chinese-Israeli relations
The first direct flight between China and Israel is a major step towards developing strategic relations between the two states.
Gain Ground at Expense of International Stakeholders
The international stances against the Houthi rebels have receded, and there is no actual support for Abd Rabou Mansour Hadi...
What the security and military cooperation agreement between Iran and China indicates for Iran's expansion policies
Trump's Doctrine, Cyberwars, Shadow Wars, Era of Distrust, and Military Expenditure
Future for Advanced Research and Studies has released the 20th issue of the bi-monthly journal "Trending Events".
China seeks to rally regional and international support for its initiative known as One Belt, One Road (OBOR) or the new Silk Road.
FARAS hosts Delegation from the Shanghai Institute for International Studies
Future for Advanced Research and Studies (FARAS) hosted a delegation from the Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS).
Expansion of Emarati Banks in China
Emarati banks expanded their investments in China by opening branches and representative offices for several reasons.
Moving the IMF headquarters to China
The IMF’s headquarters may move to Beijing in 10 years time if growth rates in China and these are reflected in its voting structure.
How Iran will Deal with U.S. Withdrawal from the Nuclear Deal
Iran has not been in a hurry to issue a hard-line response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal
Iran’s Option in Countering U.S. Pressure
Iran has limited options regarding staying in the nuclear deal after the U.S. pulled out from the deal.
Features of the New Chinese Economic Role in the Region
China’s economic presence in the Middle East has remarkably expanded in the recent period.
Can the EU Protect its Firms from US Sanctions against Iran?
The Europeans have then been left with a pressing challenge due to the US Sanctions on Iran.
Why Are Some Countries Abandoning the Dollar in Their Foreign Trade?
International and regional developments have prompted several countries in the Middle East to abandon the dollar in their foreign trade
Reasons and Repercussions of Exempting Chabahar Port from US Sanctions
The move seems to be closely related to Washington’s assessment of its relations with Asian powers, particularly India and China.