29 04, 2024

The Link between Pan-Turkism and Zionism Consolidated in the Light of the Anglo-Saxon Order in Eurasia

By |2024-04-29T08:57:28+03:302024/04/29|View of the Day|0 Comments

Dr. Ahmad Kazemi, a university professor of international law, delivered a speech at a conference dubbed the "Danger of Zionism in the South Caucasus" held at the Institute of Contemporary History of Iran. His presentation, titled "The Link between Pan-Turkism and Zionism in the Light of the Anglo-Saxon Order in [...]

19 02, 2024

Dr. Kazemi: Iran’s readiness to face any adventure of the Israeli-London front in the Caucasus (Tehran’s red lines are immutable in opposition to geopolitical changes in the Caucasus)

By |2024-02-21T10:36:58+03:302024/02/19|Caucasus and Eurasia, Speeches, View of the Day|0 Comments

Dr. Kazemi emphasized Iran's readiness to confront any ventures by the Israeli-London front in the Caucasus, asserting that Tehran's red lines are non-negotiable in opposition to geopolitical changes in the region. During the seminar titled "National Security of Iran and Armenia in the Shadow of Regional and Extra-Regional Threats and [...]

16 01, 2024

Global support for South Africa’s complaint and the decline of the Israeli regime from a legal perspective

By |2024-02-07T19:12:43+03:302024/01/16|International law/rights of minorities and ethnic groups, Notes, View of the Day|0 Comments

The hearings of South Africa's complaint against the Israeli regime at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, which began on January 11, 2021, have garnered global attention. The complaint accuses the Israeli regime of genocide in Gaza and violations of the "Convention on the Prevention and Punishment [...]

19 12, 2023

Aliyev’s Approach to the Legal Status of Karabakh: “Sowing Crisis” for the Future (Ethnic Cleansing of Native Armenians from a Legal Perspective)

By |2024-02-07T19:10:47+03:302023/12/19|International law/rights of minorities and ethnic groups, Notes, View of the Day|0 Comments

After approximately five months since the exodus of around 140,000 Armenians from the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh (comprising 20,000 Armenians and approximately 120,000 Karabakhis), which occurred following the Third Karabakh War on September 19, 2023, the issue can be critically evaluated from a legal standpoint. The departure of Armenians from Karabakh (Artsakh) [...]

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