Europe

Why Europe Joined US BLM; Form BBC Journalist Explains

Mostafa Afzalzadeh
Former BBC journalist Tony Gosling discusses his doubts about the Black Lives matter and says it is strange that the demonstration has been taking place in his country and Europe.

How Coronavirus Changes Iran and the World

Hossein Zafari
Scholars believe the coronavirus may lead to permanent changes in political and economic power structure and even the cultural interactions in the world at different levels. 

Scots Want Independence and It Might Be Inevitable; Analyst

Mostafa Afzalzadeh
Scotland has its own history as an independent country with its own monarchy and now they want independence; how serious is the matter?

How West Ended Up in Westlessness

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
The world at large is apparently becoming less western and the Westlessness is occurring.

Merkel Is Serving US rather than the Germans; Analyst

Mostafa Afzalzadeh
“Germany has zero control over US actions in its land”, says a German journalist and Politician, criticizing the government of chancellor Merkel for compromising its country’s interest.

Why Snapback Mechanism Is Not a Horror Story for Iran?

Morteza Ahmadi
The Europeans are threatening Iran that either the country gives up to their ‘excessive demands’ or the UN sanctions are re-imposed, but thanks to US sanctions, there is nothing left to be sanctioned by Security Council. 

UK MI5 Allowed to Commit Crimes; What Happened to Human Rights?

Mahdi Khanalizadeh
Western values such as human rights are being violated systematically by the Western states these days. Would it be possible to foretell explicitly that the Western hegemony created based on these values is collapsing?

Venice’s Historic Flood: Was Climate Change the Reason?

The recent flooding in Venice was the worst flooding since 1966 and may be caused by a variety of reasons. Here are some of them.

British universities invest in Israeli apartheid

British universities have invested more than an estimated half a billion dollars in companies that arm Israel or support Israeli settlement infrastructure.

British Government Retains Assange in a Maximum Security Prison

At his latest extradition hearing Julian Assange was once again denied justice by a British court. If extradited to the U.S. he faces 175 years imprisonment for revealing American war crimes committed during its regime change wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.