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US Continue working To Unite Ally’s Efforts

Khaleej Times has announced that the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived Monday in Saudi Arabia for talks on coordinating with the close ally

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A Different Kind of Diplomacy

By: Professor. Satoshi IkeuchiProfessor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Tehran last week was aimed at alleviating tensions

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Deceive your friends before deceiving your enemy

By: Professor. Satoshi IkeuchiProfessor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo Wisdom bequeathed by the ancient Chinese military philosopher “Sun Tzu(سون تزو)” is a common

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Is It Another Attempt To Escalate The US-Iranian Crisis?

Several international news agencies declared few hours ago that two civilian oil tankers were hit in a suspected attack in the Gulf of Oman early

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What Abe Should Bring Back from Tehran

By: Professor. Satoshi IkeuchiProfessor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo Prime Minister Abe plans to visit Iran, maybe anywhere from 12-14 of June. We

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What Japanese People Want to Know in Prime Minister Abe’s Visit to Tehran

By: Professor. Satoshi IkeuchiProfessor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning to visit Iran in the middle of

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US-Saudi Relation Is Farther Than Arms Deals

30th of May 2019 Several analysts in the Middle East believe that the US sees Saudi Arabia as just a “money source”, and that the

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US To Deploy Extra Troops In The Gulf – No Ground Attack

US President Donald Trump agreed to the request of the commander of the US Central Command (US CENTCOM) to deploy 1500 additional troops in the

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All Fingers Are On The Triggers And No One Wants War!

19th of May 2019 Background In September 2008 Israel asked US for green light to bomb nuclear sites in Iran. The US president told Israeli prime minister he

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Three Possibilities Behind a Sabotage Operation Against Four Commercial Ships in the Southern Part of the Arabian Gulf

On Sunday, 12th of May 2019, the UAE Foreign Ministry said four commercial ships (two Saudi oil tankers, one Emiriti oil tanker and one Norwegian