The US may have overestimated Iran’s appetite for reviving the nuclear deal

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Until today, the “clinical death” of the nuclear deal between Iran and the US has not been announced due to the West’s need to ensure that Iran will maintain strict oversight of its nuclear program, not build a nuclear bomb, and benefit from the Iranian oil and gas supply. Iran […]

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The Russia-US war to a more dangerous stage: What does call in reserve forces mean?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Following the declared referendum of the province of Donbas and the two cities on the Dnipro river, Zaporizhzhia ( site of the most significant nuclear reactor in Europe) and Kherson, which is adjacent to the Crimean Peninsula, on their annexation to Russia, they became Russian territories. Therefore, any Ukrainian […]

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Hezbollah and Israel mobilize their forces on the borders: the following war scenario should exclude civilians

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: For the first time since 1948, Israel has experienced a most unusual situation. It witnessed an organisation threatening to start a war at a specific moment which could seriously challenge the most powerful army in the Middle East. Indeed, after a month of de-escalation, the next few days should […]

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Sayed Nasrallah and President Assad agreed to redeploy forces in Syria to confront Israel

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Syria is witnessing local elections to confirm Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s directive to restore life to the electoral process and the country’s “economic wheels”, despite the imposition of “Caesar’s Law”, which has burdened the country with harsh Western sanctions. Syria is also troubled by sanctions and the US-European forces’ persistent […]

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How Russia lost the battle of Kharkiv, and what are the lessons to be drawn?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The Russian General Military Staff overlooked the fact that the art of war is based on deception, that the war they are fighting was not only against the Ukrainian army but also the US and the alliance of the twenty-nine NATO countries. Therefore, western strikes below the belt were […]

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America is the biggest winner, and Europe is the biggest loser

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The European Union’s energy ministers failed in their first meeting to set a cap on the price of energy to prevent the collapse of the unity of Europe, which is on the brink of division due to the consequences of the Ukrainian war. Nevertheless, the disagreement of the European […]

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No war in September: Postponing the maritime boundary and the war between Lebanon and Israel

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The American envoy Amos Hochstein left after a few hours’ visit to Lebanon, during which he met with Presidents Michel Aoun, Speaker Nabih Berri and the caretaker government, Najib Mikati. Hochstein relied on the Lebanese officials to buy the necessary time, not for finalising the agreement and demarcating the […]

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Al-Sistani stopped the battle of the “Green Zone”, and Al-Sadr has played all his cards for now

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Before the parliamentary elections in Iraq, the Arab and international media were buzzing with expectations that Sayyed Muqtada al-Sadr would become the “kingmaker” and that he would lead Iraq in the future. After the elections, Al-Sadr won a single political party’s most significant parliamentary seats. Still, he could not […]

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The nuclear deal is not ripe yet, and Israel’s worries are irrelevant.

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: All US administrations give themselves false credit for aiming to “contain Iran’s nuclear weapons program” that Tehran is willingly not aspiring to! In fact, Iran did not engage in any nuclear weapons program, not only due to the Sharia-based Fatwa of Grand Ayatollah Imam Ali Khamenei but also because it has […]

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Erdogan aims for “zero problems”: reconciliation with Syria, not the end of the occupation

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Following Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu’s announcement that “an understanding with Syria is possible”, the Syrian opposition groups proclaimed in the Turkish-occupied Idlib region that they “will not reconcile, and will not forgive Damascus.” However, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s position was categorical when he announced:  “further (positive) steps should be taken towards […]

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No war between Hezbollah and Israel and no maritime border demarcation 

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israel will postpone reaching any maritime border solution with Lebanon in the short term until a new government is formed. This move will offer the current Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s government a chance to avoid the political consequences of submitting to Hezbollah in the forthcoming Israeli elections. According to […]

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Between the suspension bridge and the green zone, Iraq is in turmoil

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Iraq has been observing an accumulating and escalating crisis since the call of the Sadrist leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, to pass on the state’s power to the people (actually to himself) who, in reality, are his followers. On the opposite side, all the other Shiite parties – gathered under the […]

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Russia buys 1,000 drones from Iran and expands the level of strategic cooperation

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Iran and Russia had expanded the level of their strategic cooperation in various fields, most recently in space when a Russian rocket launched an Iranian satellite into orbit from the Russian launch facility in Kazakhstan. Iran will undoubtedly benefit from renewing its bank of objectives and identifying more targets […]

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Israel opens fire on the “Palestinian Islamic Jihad” to submit to Hezbollah

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid intended to show that he couldn’t bear the insult to the “Sword of Jerusalem” inflicted on his political opponent, former Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, last year. Lapid started his short term in office by killing “Palestinian Islamic Jihad” (PIJ) field commanders and creating the […]

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Hezbollah rejects a secret Arab demand to avoid the return of Netanyahu to power

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: It seems that the possibilities of war between Lebanon and Israel decreased after Tel Aviv sent indirect messages of its willingness to resolve the issue of maritime border demarcation and give Lebanon the rights it demands. The message was carried during the visit of a high-ranking Arab official to […]

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The mistakes of al-Sadr and al-Maliki: What do they want from Iraq?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: There is neither a civil war in Iraq nor a Shiite-Shiite battle at the moment despite the parade of arms, the occupation of the Parliament, and the most protected “Green Zone” in the capital Baghdad by Sadrist demonstrators. However, this does not mean that a clash in the street […]

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Why would Russia support its enemy and allow the export of Ukrainian grain?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: It is unknown whether the export agreement on grain and other agricultural products between Russia and Ukraine that Turkey sponsored in July will hold. What are the reasons for its potential failure, suspension or delay? Will Ukraine’s grain stave off world starvation and enhance international food security? The US is facing […]

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A bright future for China, a bleak one for Europe where more leaders are expected to fall

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The battle between Russia and the West on the European continent has intensified as fighting continues on Ukrainian soil. Moscow reduces the flow of gas to Germany for the second time in one month, which is heavily suffering the weight of its sanctions. Starting this week, Russia is expected […]

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Middle East peace has become the West’s request which inherited the war

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The thirst for energy and the protection of its sources reflected positively on the countries of the Middle East, as Western governments work hard to secure stability in oil and gas-producing countries.  The US-European sanctions imposed on Russia negatively impacted the western countries, which had sanctioned themselves first, along with […]

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The Tripartite Summit in Tehran: Expansion of Cooperation, Isolation of the West and a Protracted War

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Following the Jeddah summit, which stressed the need for Middle Eastern countries to reach a mutual understanding, organise their differences and find a solution to the Palestinian cause, the Iranian-Turkish-Russian Summit in Tehran confirmed similar objectives. Despite differences between Iran and Turkey over Syria and Ankara’s insistence on its […]

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How has the US managed its battle against Russia since 1991, and when it will end?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Since the “declaration” of the US-Russia war on Ukrainian territory, the World has been divided into two poles. One favoured the US, and its Western allies dragged along against Russia. The other represents the rest of the World not agreeing or even opposing the US policies and its unilateralism […]

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Joe Biden in Saudi Arabia: What are his real goals?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: A few months ago, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) said that “the potential of the world is in Saudi Arabia, and if he (US President Joe Biden) wants to miss it, there are others out there(China) who will be very happy. I don’t care what he thinks of me. […]

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Will Russia or the US accept losing the war in Ukraine?

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The Ukrainian cities fell one after another, dispelling the West’s hopes of quickly defeating Russia by striking its economy, weakening it and removing it from the ranks of the great powers.US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin thus revealed his country’s wishes and goals during the first weeks of the war. Russian President […]

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750 US bases and NATO forces are insufficient to impose the US hegemony worldwide

Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: More than 750 US military bases have been spread worldwide since World War II when Washington reaped its harvest and presented itself as having saved Europe from the German Nazis. The US’s loss amounted to roughly 416,800 casualties. This includes those killed in action, those who died from wounds […]

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Iran says Yes to the Gulf and No to Europe and the US

By Elijah J. Magnier: Following the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and its failure to achieve its objectives, a new era starts in the Middle East after decades of wars, with the US-Iran indirect negotiation taking place in Qatar. The choice of the country is highly significant. It carries several messages mainly because the Middle East […]

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