Adil Abdul Mahdi has now been nominated as the new prime minister by Barham Salih to nominate the cabinet for a month’s vote in parliament. He has several features that interact with him, requiring clever and possibly different considerations.
One of Abdul Mahdi’s most important features is his emphasis on being technocratic. The fact is, though he has a history of membership in the Supreme Council, and there are now interactions between him and this parliament, he has tried to make himself independent and technocratic by going back to the past few years.
Iraq is not in a good position to provide services to the general public. The problems with water and the frequent shortcomings of electricity and corruption in the country’s administrative and financial system, on the one hand, and the widespread wings of the government with the relative end to the security scourges caused by the presence of ISIS in the country, has caused the people of this country to expect A special case of the possible government of Adel Abdul Mahdi.
People’s expectations and Abdul Mahdi’s emphasis on being technocratic will make him more strenuous in addressing the problems of the people, to the extent that he is likely to adjust part of Iraq’s foreign relations to such a necessity. Therefore, the exact understanding of the conditions of Iraq and the principles of Adil Abdul Mahed’s behavior is an indispensable necessity in the current situation to consolidate Iran’s relations with Iraq. Any false prioritization can provide grounds for plotting against the two countries.
Friday night, in Iraq, some people attacked the Iranian consulate building in Basra and set fire to it. Meanwhile, one of the main al-Shaabi air bases in Iraq, the south, and specifically in Basra, is to the point where the people of this city have provided many martyrs in the clothing of al-Sha’abi and fight ISIS. Therefore, the attack on the Iranian consulate in this city is different from the culture and manners of its people.
On the day when the Iranian consulate was attacked in Basra, the film was caught in the cyberspace claiming that a group of people in Abadan protesting the presence of Iraqis in the city were protesting and urgently asking for their departure!
In the planned plan for the sedition between the two peoples of Iran and Iraq, the people of Iran leave Iraqis and consider the Arabs and Iraqi people as well as the Iraqis as Iranian interventionists. So, at the same time as a temporary move on these maritime borders, more suspicious events take place across the borders to complete the puzzle. In the design of the enemy, both nations must attack each other in order to undermine the political cooperation of the two countries, in addition to the erosion of their religious and humanitarian symbols that are acquired in vibration. We must design the enemy’s social and political knowledge.
Yesterday, the Yemeni Al-Masirah news network reported a new drone attack on Dubai’s International Airport in response to the UAE’s military strikes. The network announced that the Yemeni Army’s UAV was targeted at a Dubai-based international airport with a UAV-3 drone in an exclusive attack. After the attack, the UAE and Saudi fighters, Sana’a airport and Al-Dawlami military base near the city, have been targeted by the missile.
But the obvious message is not a drone attack for the UAE and its allies?
Dubai International Airport to Yemen is more than 1,200 kilometers.
Earlier, Ansarullah targeted Abu Dhabi as the UAE’s political center. This time, Dubai has been attacked as one of the vital centers of the UAE economy and even the region, albeit a drone.
The drone attack is not strategic in terms of the damage it inflicts.
The strategic importance of Ansarullah’s attack to Dubai International Airport should be sought in a message forwarded to the opposite side; the Dubai airport, with all the security measures and protection covering it and taking 1200 km from Yemen, does not leave Tiras Ansarullah. This movement, along with its allies in Yemen, can threaten the security of the UAE and even the region.
1- The Iranian Action Group has been established in order to establish a counteraction to Iran. The United States government, which believed that the Islamic Republic would re-negotiate at the negotiating table shortly after the departure of the United States from the JCPOA to deal with the components of its national power, the formation of the headquarters sought to exacerbate political action against the country.
2. The counter-Iran group is the political arm alongside the Ofac economic arm.
3. This political arm will play two major roles:
– An attempt to reach a consensus on Iran in international and multilateral environments;
– An attempt to bring other countries into compliance with the Ofac sanctions (as an economic arm).
4. In addition, one of the most important reasons for creating such a mechanism is the attempt to coordinate internal measures and to resolve some of the bureaucratic obstacles in the State Department. The counter-Iran group is a mechanism created by the Department of State to implement the Pompeu and Bolton commands.
5- However, it is unlikely that the group will confront Iran internationally (at least in the nuclear issue). The United States government’s disregard for many international norms and institutions has made it hard for the country to make a nuclear consensus. Perhaps the main reason for Brian Hook’s desire to “expand the dialogue with countries against Iran in non-nuclear areas” was the same.
The Saudi Minister of Energy, Industries, and Mines recently announced that the country’s oil transportation will be restored through the Strait of Baghdad. Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, said it would temporarily stop shipping oil through the Strait of Bhalbalk, due to what Ansarullah attacked with its two oil tankers.
Saudi Arabia was explicitly trying to blame Bab al-Mandab on the one hand for Ansarullah’s behaviour and, on the other hand, by condoning Ansarullah and Iran in a situation where Iranian political and military officials threatened to prevent oil exports from the region under certain conditions. To increase the pressure on the United States and some Western actors on Iran and Ansarullah. Therefore, while Riyadh never paid the damage caused by Ansarullah attacks, this time they spoke of oil tankers carrying two million barrels of oil claiming that the two tankers were attacked by Ansarullah.
The fact is that the Saudi decision to cut oil exports from Bab Al Mandab was not taken seriously and effectively broke. The most important sign for this claim is the assessment of the price of oil. If this threatening Saudi decision was valid, it would have to show its effect on oil prices very soon, but that did not. At the media level, this decision was not much in line with, and other effective actors did not express concern over the security of the Strait.
According to the US Treasury Department, after the withdrawal of the US JCPOA, unilateral sanctions against Iran will be put into effect in the two phases of August 04 and November 04.
1. Failure to accompany other actors: The unilateral withdrawal of America from the scene while fully adhering to Iran will largely eliminate the legitimacy of its unilateral sanctions, making it difficult for other actors to do so.
2. Lack of international legal infrastructure: Though US unilateral sanctions have been imposed more intensively than the Security Council’s resolutions against Iran, the resolutions, however, provided the infrastructure and legal legitimacy necessary to impose unilateral sanctions.
1. Inadequate time: Trump’s government plans to work over the next six months over the past eight years by the former government of the United States.
2. Failure to persuade and sufficient media war: It should not be forgotten that an important part of the US sanctions strategy against Iran has been media and media warfare. It does not seem easy to do with the policies of the current US government.
Efforts to remove barriers:
1. Diplomatic efforts: such as consulting with Saudi Arabia to increase oil production and asking Germany not to pay Iran’s claims
2. Threats: The Treasury has threatened to punish countries and firms that intend to trade with Iran by issuing documents.
3. Media measures: An attempt to cope with Iranian fears and charges attributed to Israel during the past two months to Iran is part of this policy.
Photo: An Iranian woman walks past a mural on the wall of the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran on May 8. (Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images)
Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan are the three main countries in the Western Asia region, which have been deeply involved in the Syrian refugees.
In the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled to be held tomorrow, one of the rare issues that are almost agreed upon by all candidates is to organize a Syrian refugee issue. Erdogan has promised that after the election, it will seek to accommodate Syrian refugees residing in Turkey in the safe areas of northern Syria. There are more than three million and five hundred Syrian refugees in Turkey.
Lebanon, according to President Michel Aoun, has hosted one million and eight hundred Syrian refugees. In an interview with German Chancellor Merkel, Aoun has requested that the issue of displaced people be considered outside the political agreement of the major powers and be resolved more quickly.
In Jordan, though, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has stated that 660,000 Syrian refugees are in Jordan, but Jordan’s statistics are almost double that figure. The Jordanian king said recently that the Jordanian people have been responsible for the presence of the Syrian refugees and others. The presence of refugees in Jordan is one of the reasons for the country’s recent economic crisis.
Although the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has announced that 90% of Syrian refugees who are present in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan are willing to return to their country, among these three countries, the Syrian refugee population in Turkey is more likely than Erdogan’s policies. He seeks to maximize this issue in the Syrian crisis. Erdogan’s excuses for the occupation of some of the northern areas of Syria are refugee settlements, although the real reason was something else. In any case, the issue of displaced people is one of the most important aspects of the Syrian crisis that will not be resolved until the end of the crisis.