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The accumulated tension in the current international scenario: We are on the brink of a third world war?
Americas, Asia, China, U.S, Ethiopia, Europe, India, Will, Israel, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, Middle East, Central African Republic, Russia, Ukraine

The accumulated tension in the current international scenario: We are on the brink of a third world war?

The contemporary international scenario is marked by growing tensions that raise concerns about the possibility of a major global conflict., similar to the First and Second World Wars. To understand whether we are really on the brink of a third world war, It is essential to draw historical parallels and identify patterns that may indicate the repetition of destructive cycles. Among these patterns, the increase in xenophobia and geopolitical tensions stand out, that are present today in different parts of the world. During the First World War, Europe was immersed in a web of complex alliances and conflicts of national interests, which culminated in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and the subsequent declaration of war. in a way ...
The new phase of Brazil-Iran relations: a chancellor of diplomatic proximity
Americas, Brazil, Will, Middle East

The new phase of Brazil-Iran relations: a chancellor of diplomatic proximity

The recent appointment of Iran's new foreign minister has drawn the attention of the international community, especially due to its history of good relations with Brazil. Essa nomea√ß√£o promete fortalecer ainda mais os la√ßos diplom√°ticos e comerciais entre os dois pa√≠ses, que j√° vinham sendo cultivados ao longo dos √ļltimos anos. O novo chanceler iraniano, Ali Bagheri Kani, possui uma trajet√≥ria marcada por negocia√ß√Ķes bem-sucedidas com o Brasil. Este diplomata esteve √† frente de diversas discuss√Ķes bilaterais, que resultaram em avan√ßos significativos no com√©rcio entre as duas na√ß√Ķes. In 2023, for example, houve um aumento consider√°vel nas exporta√ß√Ķes brasileiras para o Ir√£, especialmente no setor agropecu√°rio, com destaque para a soja e carne bovina. Esse incremento √© resultado direto das negoc...
The death of Iran's president and regional and global stability
Will, Middle East

The death of Iran's president and regional and global stability

The death of a president can be a profoundly transformative event, especialmente em um pa√≠s com a import√Ęncia geopol√≠tica do Ir√£. A morte do presidente iraniano tem implica√ß√Ķes complexas tanto para a estabilidade regional quanto para a global. Para entender essas implica√ß√Ķes, √© crucial analisar as rea√ß√Ķes de diferentes partes do mundo, including China, the Japan, the India, a √Āfrica do Sul e o Brasil. No contexto regional, o Ir√£ √© uma pot√™ncia significativa no Oriente M√©dio, com influ√™ncia pol√≠tica, militar e religiosa substancial. A morte do presidente pode gerar uma lacuna de poder tempor√°ria, potencialmente criando instabilidade interna. Os grupos de oposi√ß√£o e as for√ßas pol√≠ticas internas podem se aproveitar dessa transi√ß√£o para aumentar sua influ√™ncia, levando a poss√≠veis ...
Monetary supremacy: US and European control over the global financial system
Americas, Cuba, U.S, Europe, Will, International Organizations, Middle East, Russia, European Union, Venezuela

Monetary supremacy: US and European control over the global financial system

The dominance of the international monetary and financial system by the United States and Europe constitutes one of the most significant manifestations of power on the contemporary world stage.. This article explores how this joint hegemony has been employed as an economic weapon against countries that challenge Western interests., illustrating the impacts of this dynamic through concrete examples such as Cuba, Russia, Iran and Venezuela. In Cuba, the prolonged imposition of sanctions by the US, with tacit support from European allies, underlines the West's ability to economically isolate a country. The embargo, reinforced by international financial measures, not only severely restricts the Cuban economy, but also its ability to operate within the global financial system, obviously...
the islam, iran, Kurdistan and Hijab
Will, Middle East

the islam, iran, Kurdistan and Hijab

Women police officers of the Islamic Republic of Iran - Photo Wikimedia Commons ‚ÄúThe letter 24: 30 ‚Äď Tell believers to keep their gazes low and keep their modesty, because it is more beneficial for them: Allah is well aware of everything they do;24:31 ‚Äď Tell the faithful to reserve their gazes, keep your modesty and don't show your attractions, in addition to those (usually) appear; that they cover their laps with their veils and do not show their attractiveness, except your husbands, your parents, your in-laws, your children, your stepchildren, your brothers, your nephews, to the women his servants, their servants exempt from sexual needs, or children who do not discern the nudity of women; don't shake your feet, lest they call attention to their hidden attractions. O faithful, vo...
The foreign policy challenges of the Joe Biden Government
Americas, Asia, China, U.S, Yemen, India, Will, Middle East

The foreign policy challenges of the Joe Biden Government

US President Joe Biden Upon completing his first month in office, President Joe Biden faces several challenges in international politics. The management of these challenges begins to reveal the new directions of the American foreign policy. Coping with the multiple issues surrounding the US / China relationship is challenged by the incredible complexity of the issues, in addition to the lack of consensus in the government and the Democratic Party on what should be the focus of the US relationship with the Asian giant. There is a majority that defends the end of permanent political confrontation and the effort to disassociate economies (decoupling, in English term), position held by powerful economic groups that maintain huge interests in China. At the same time, many members of the Dem party ...
Changes in Middle Eastern Geopolitics
Africa, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Will, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Middle East, Palestine

Changes in Middle Eastern Geopolitics

Arabs and Israelis have gone to war several times since 1948, year of Israel's creation. The recurrence of armed conflicts and the so-called Palestinian Question maintained the rivalry between them as the main geopolitical issue in the Middle East in the second half of the century 20 and at the beginning of this century 21. However, Recent events indicate that this situation is beginning to change. Within about a month, in agreements brokered by the US government, who were baptized ‚ÄúAbraham's Accords‚ÄĚ, the governments of Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have signed treaties to normalize diplomatic relations between the two Arab countries and Israel. The two nations came together, in this way, to the group that until then was composed of only two other countries: Egypt and Jordan ...
NAVROZ, the new year parsi
Afghanistan, Asia, Europe, India, Will, Middle East, UK, Global Themes, Turkmenistan

NAVROZ, the new year parsi

On the last day 16 of august the parsi community of india celebrated the Navroz, your new year, the day she commits herself to renewing hope. Homes are neatly arranged, individuals wear new clothes, exchange gifts and make donations to charities. Nothing much different from Christian Christmas. Tradition of 3000 years, the parsi New Year holiday was created by the prophet Zoroaster, according to legend. But, who are zoroastrians and parsis? Zoroastrianism is considered the oldest of the known monotheistic religions, although there are controversies in this regard. It started with the revelations of Zarathustra, whom the Greeks called Zoroaster. There is not much information about your life; believed to have been born in Sogdiana, no r...
US-Iran conflict: Trump's bravado and risks to NATO and Brazil
Americas, Brazil, U.S, Will, Iraq, Middle East, Russia

US-Iran conflict: Trump's bravado and risks to NATO and Brazil

The year of 2020 just started and US President Donald Trump has already made the world tremble. In 03 Last January, the United States Armed Forces carried out a bold and spectacular military operation around the Baghdad International Airport in Iraq. The missiles launched by an unmanned and operated American ground aircraft - the MQ-9 Reaper, or reaper - culminated in the death of six people, among them the almighty Iranian Major General Qassim Soleimani and the Iraqi paramilitary and fugitive paramilitary Abu Mahdi al Muhandis. The assassination of Soleimani puts an end to a brief peace hiatus in Iraq and opens up a new stage in the Middle East conflict. Heads of State and Government, military officers and diplomatic legations around the world were terrified..
Donald Trump and the Iranian question: dead end?
Afghanistan, Africa, Saudi Arabia, U.S, Will, Iraq, Middle East

Donald Trump and the Iranian question: dead end?

The most recent feat in the long ‚Äúimbroglio‚ÄĚ of the United States with the Islamic Middle East has just happened through a ‚Äúdrone‚ÄĚ- The "MQ-9 Reaper -, released, by direct order of Donald Trump (D.T.), do only American, in response to the near invasion of the American Embassy in Baghdad, alleged immediate reason. With this, the US achieved the "feat" of killing Iranian general Qassem Suleimani, when he landed at Baghdad airport. And with him other important personalities of the Iranian and Iraqi military establishment. As we are all informed, Suleimani was not just any general, but the leader of the "mysterious" Force Quds, elite phalanx of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, created still in 1980 - therefore, just a year after the Shiite clergy came to power in Tehran - and vin ...