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MPs Divided Over Move To Impeach NDS Chief             Trump invites President Putin to White House             Four Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers in eastern Gaza            Armenian police arrest more amid ongoing protests             Afghanistanís Economy Stalls without Troop Presence: SIGAR             There was already intíl consensus on Karzai as Afghan leader before Bonn conference: Qanooni             We hope to see the day when two Koreas can live in peace: Trump            Japan, Australia to take part in Philippine-US military drills            North Korea willing to give up nukes if it feels no more threat from US: Analyst             Iraqi air forces hit Daesh positions in Syria in coordination with Damascus            Macron to meet Merkel to push for EU reform plans             Facebook seeks to limit effects of new EU privacy law            Indian Scientist Finds Way to See Wormholes in Space-Time            Moon Colonization: Why Do We Want It and What Technologies Do We Have?             President Erdogan declares June 24 for snap elections in Turkey            

Four Reasons behind US Political Confusion in West Asia

image1 Several years after the Arab uprisings that began in 2011 and led to the start of the Islamic awakening period in the West Asia, the region is still engulfed by war and crisis, as if West Asia’s complicated...



North Korea willing to give up nukes if it feels no more threat from US: Analyst

A commentator believes the main issue between the United States and North Korea is the issue of Pyongyang’s “safety.” “The DPRK has said that it is willing to get rid of nuclear weapons so long as the threat against them (North Koreans) no longer exists,” Jason Unruhe...




Four Reasons behind US Political Confusion in West Asia

Several years after the Arab uprisings that began in 2011 and led to the start of the Islamic awakening period in the West Asia, the region is still engulfed by war and crisis, as if West Asia’s complicated puzzle of developments is yet to be solved on the regional and international levels. In...




US-led Syria Strikes Were for Bin Salmanís Propitiation: Expert

The US, Britain, and France missile aggression against Syria on April 14 drew massive media coverage worldwide. The majority of the analysts now are wondering what could happen to the regional equations after the missile strikes that targeted Syrian government’s sites. Additional questions...




Bolton in contact with Arab states to create regional force in Syria: Report

John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, is spearheading a push to establish a coalition of Arab military forces in Syria to pave the way for an American withdrawal, according to reports. The White House is considering putting “a compelling reward”...




Year after US MOAB Strike, ISIS Growing Fast in Afghanistan

It was in mid-April last year that US defense ministry stated it dropped the biggest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan. Known as the Mother of All Bombs, or MOAB, the huge bomb allegedly targeted the caves where ISIS militants were hiding in Achin District of Nangarhar province in the south of the...




John Bolton poses a threat to US national security: Analysis

President Donald Trump’s appointment of John Bolton as his national security adviser has “profound implications” for the direction of US foreign policy and increases the risk of military confrontations with North Korea and Iran, according to an analysis by the Foreign Policy magazine. Trump...




Nowruz in Afghanistan

Nowruz is celebrated widely in Afghanistan. Also known as Farmerís Day, the observances usually last two weeks, culminating on the first day of the Afghan New Year, March 21.[1] During the Taliban rule (1996–2001), Nowruz was banned and considered an "ancient pagan holiday centered...




New ISIL called the MEK

By Sajad Abedi Only in the operation of the hypocrites who became famous for engineering operations, they scoured and slaughtered three soldiers and one shaft alive. Live the burning of a three-years-old girl, burn a bus with all her passengers, and even shoot a 19-years-old teenager in her ...




Powers Race for Superiority Leagues under Sea

The military competition has often served the international powers’ will to win strategic superiority. In the present conditions, this race has even intensified as the global developments more and more push the US power status towards shrinkage and the world is now observing the emergence of...




Ready to be the audience!

By Sajad Abedi Today In the world, with about one-third of the people having access to the Internet, and most companies, institutions, and governments require computers and communications tools for their daily work, cyber security issues are a problem for governments, institutions, and even ordinary...




How can China Respond to US Trade War?

The US and China, unlike their massive trade relations, have chilly and in many cases tense ties when it comes to the politics. Behind the diplomatic smiles of the Chinese and American leaders when meeting each other lies a huge world of competition and tensions which sometimes they are not afraid...




Why Does Peace Look Unachievable in Afghanistan?

Peace with Taliban has been a perused policy of Afghanistanian government in the past few years. The government of President Ashraf Ghani looks poised to incorporate Taliban in the nation’s power structure as he had made it clear in various summits. Tripartite meetings first held in Kabul and...




A Brief Look At Marshal Fahimís Biography

Marshal Fahim started his primary education in his birthplace and completed his studies in Islamic Sharia at an institute in Kabul. Four years ago, Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, the first vice president under former president Hamid Karzai, was died on this day, 09th March 2014. His death...




Infrastructure-based information system landscape

By: Sajad Abedi By Sajad Abedi The discussion of cyber defense strategies is about a variety of issues, among which the most important issue is whether the significance of the potential damage caused by cyber-attacks can justify the use of a complex system for the implementation of this kind of defense....




Palestinians Condemn US Embassy Relocation to Al-Quds

Palestinians have denounced a decision by the US to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to al-Quds (Jerusalem) in May. This move “directly and deliberately violates the identity and existence of the Palestinian people”, the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority said in a statement...




Syria Ceasefire Resolution: Containing or Perpetuating Conflict?

After two days of debate and haggle, the 15 members of the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a resolution on a ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta in suburbs of the capital Damascus. In effect after 72 of its approval and valid for 30 days, the resolution 2401 demanded the warring parties...




Islamic Republic of Iran and prospects for security in the Middle East

The regional order of the Middle East has always been challenged and altered, and because of the geopolitical, geocultural and geostrategic position of the region, major and supra-regional powers have intervened in various pretexts in the Middle East. The Middle East region is one of the most critical...




How has the military intervention in Yemen destabilised the domestic security of Saudi Arabia?

By Sajad Abedi, Sirous Amerian and Khalid Al Abri  After two years of the Saudi-led Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) military campaign in Yemen, which was intended to bring a ‘swift’ end to the Shiia Houthi rebellion, no end to the conflict appears to be on the horizon. Saudi...




Modern management and requirements in the age of information

Undoubtedly, the creation of compatibility in different aspects of the organization with environmental changes and the use of tools that are increasingly available to managers with the advancement of technology is not only necessary, but the life of organizations in todayís volatile and turbulent environments...




How security decisions go wrong?

By: Sajad Abedi Information warfare is primarily a construct of a ‘war mindset’. However, the development of information operations from it has meant that the concepts have been transferred from military to civilian affairs. The contemporary involvement between the media, the military, and...




Chemical Attack Claims: US Handy Pretext for Pressing Syria

The use of chemical weapons has been one of the most controversial issues during several years of crisis in Syria. These deadly weapons have been used several times so far, especially in attacks in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus outskirts on August 21, 2013, and also in Khan Shaykhun village in Idlib...




Peace Prospects Fading in Afghanistan as Trump Rejects Talks with Taliban

The American President Donald Trump has recently unveiled his latest stances on Afghanistan during a meeting with the members of the United Nations Security Council hosted by the White House. Trump told his guests that the US will not take part in any future negotiations with the Taliban. Beside...




India Latest Party to Take on China in Southeast Asia, Sea

Announcement of US new strategy beside the already-existing border and historical disputes are more and more exhibiting the rivalries between the global powers in the East Asia region. The new US war strategy has replaced Pakistan with India, motivating Islamabad to move closer to China day by day....




Five Things to Know about US New Afghanistan Strategy

Several months after taking the office, the US President Donald Trump in August last year unveiled the new American war strategy in Afghanistan, highlighting the need to increase the number of the troops in the war-ravaged country, emphasizing that the forces will remain there to an uncertain time. Trump...




Saudi Regime to Hire Mercenaries from Latin America as Defeat Looms in Yemen War

Over the past three years of brutal aggression against neighboring Yemen, Saudi Arabia has resorted to various ways to defeat Yemeni revolutionaries. Actions ranging from ground offensives, use of mercenary fighters from a set of third-party countries such as Sudan and Senegal, and even hiring the...




Is Jordan Breaking Alliance with Saudi Arabia, West?

Sources at Jordanís parliament have reported that the speaker of Jordanian House of the Representatives Atef Tarawneh is completing arrangements for a high-ranking delegation visit to Tehran. The same sources have added that the visit to Iran will be soon made. The visit will see the Jordanian diplomats...




Over 25 Million Muslims March Against ISIS And The Mainstream Media Completely Ignores It

In one of the largest organized marches in the history of the world, tens of millions of Shia Muslims made an incredibly heartening statement, by risking their lives to travel through war-stricken areas to openly defy ISIS. This massive event that would have undoubtedly helped to ease tensions in the...




Texas Attack Again Marks Trump, Western Mediaís Double Standards

The Sunday shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, left at least 26 people dead. In a news conference Sunday night, an official from the Texas Department of Public Safety described the scene: An armed man around 11:30 rushed into the church while firing an assault rifle....




US in Iraq: Taking Advantage of ISIS for Military Stay

Appearing with Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday night that the American forces deployed to Iraq will hypothetically stay in that country until the ISIS terrorist group is fully defeated, even...




Mega Dream: Bin Salmanís NEOM Project Hardly Feasible

The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has announced on Thursday plans to launch a $500 billion project of building a mega city, dubbed NEOM. The 26,500 square kilometer city will be built in northwest of the country, extending to Egypt and Jordan. Mohammad bin Salman appointed Klaus Kleinfeld,...




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