Iranian Architecture

Press review: Saudi Arabia and Iran unfreeze their relations and the shortage of smartphones looms in Russia – Press review

Kommersant: Non-Aligned Movement forum provides opportunity to voice global grievances Russia participated in the two-day forum dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Serbia, as an observer. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov read a statement sent by President Vladimir Putin, who assessed NAM as a “movement …

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Iran-Saudi talks have come a “good distance”, Iranian foreign minister says in Beirut

BEIRUT: Talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia have come a “good distance,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian told a press conference in Beirut on Thursday, referring to efforts to improve relationships. Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati praised on behalf of his government “the positivity that prevails over the Saudi-Iranian talks, …

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“Terrifying”: Facebook whistleblower quotes China, Iran, Myanmar and Ethiopia

The former product manager referred to a series of links between Facebook activity and deadly violence in Myanmar and Ethiopia, and spying by China and Iran. “My fear is that without action, the divisive and extremist behaviors we see today are just the beginning. What we have seen in Myanmar …

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Under US sanctions, Iranians fight high food prices

US-Chinese rivalry is forcing Gulf Arab states to make impossible choices, UAE’s Anwar Gargash told World Policy Conference ABU DHABI: Economic and strategic competition between the United States and China is putting enormous pressure on the Gulf Arab states, a senior UAE official told delegates on the second day of …

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Virginia company connected cell phones directly to satellites

Enlarge / Lynk’s “Shannon” satellite was launched into space in June on SpaceX’s Transporter-2 flight. EspaceX A space start-up claims to have successfully demonstrated its ability to use ordinary unmodified mobile phones to connect to satellite internet services. Virginia-based company Lynk sent its “Shannon” satellite into orbit three months ago …

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How Olympic skater Alexis Sablone spends her Sundays

Alexis Sablone doesn’t really have a weekend. “It’s never like, ‘Oh, I have to go back to work tomorrow,'” she said. This is because, despite being an architect by training, she earns most of her money as a professional skateboarder. Ms Sablone gained notoriety after appearing in an influential skateboarding …

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Iranian, Tajik leaders discuss closer cooperation

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon stressed the need to strengthen relations and cooperation between the two countries. At a meeting on Saturday in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe, the two sides underlined the common religion, culture and language between the two nations. They expressed the hope …

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Titanic defies after month since Taliban takeover

CGTN released this video clip, titled “Challenges on the Titanic After One Month Since Taliban Takeover” – below is their description. For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video A regional approach to bring some stability to Afghanistan and the role of security organizations like the SCO. To what extent is it possible to bring …

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Japan can help build a better Middle East

Last month, Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi visited Egypt, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Qatar as part of a regional tour focusing on Middle East security and COVID-19 recovery. The visit coincided with the United States’ exit from Afghanistan and the resulting uncertainty over Washington’s decades-long engagements in …

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Fekri Mansion features exemplary architecture of southern Iran

Tehran- Fekri Mansion, with its long and beautiful windcatchers (badgirs), is one of the original architectural models of southern Iran, located on the coast of Bandar Lengeh near the ever-beautiful Persian Gulf. The monument is named after Abdovahed Fekri who was a merchant from Bandar Lengeh during the Qajar era …

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Biden should lead missile defense his way

A graphic from the Department of Defense illustrates the architecture of the ballistic missile defense system. Credit: US Department of Defense. The Biden administration has begun a review of US missile defense policy. The review is part of a larger effort to align defense strategy and posture with the president’s …

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Condolences of the Iranian leader on the death of Sheikh Qabalan

معظم انقلاب اسلامی The leader of the Iranian Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, sent a message to the secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, expressing his condolences on the death of Sheikh Abdul Amir Qabalan, head of the Shiite Islamic Supreme Council of Lebanon. “I offer my condolences …

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Adopt, Imitate or Avoid: Lessons from the JCPOA for the Middle East Security and Arms Control Architecture

As the Biden administration and the new Raisi government prepare to try to find common ground to re-implement the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), now is the time to reflect on the history of the negotiations of about 12 years and the implementation of 6 years. experience of the …

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Otaghak, Rent a suite similar to Airbnb

While we all want to enjoy our trip without worry or conflict, one of the issues that can always bother us is finding a suitable place to stay. Of course, we often planned to travel, but we were worried about finding a convenient location in the destination city; Finding a …

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An abandoned warehouse as a second home?

When Michael Northrup began to fantasize about purchasing an abandoned fruit processing and storage facility in Tieton, Washington as his second home, even his design-savvy friends weren’t sure what to think. On his first visit in 2015, he said, “I brought a developer friend, an architect friend and my best …

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Why the Taliban takeover worries Africa

By AGGREY MUTAMBO The sudden, but not entirely unexpected, takeover of the Taliban in Afghanistan may seem a distant event from Africa, but leaders and security experts are thinking of the repercussions on a continent plagued by extremist militias inspired by the Taliban and their admirers. The Taliban, a child …

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Iran’s political upheaval and Ebrahim Raisi as president

With Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi’s electoral victory, Iran is potentially undergoing a radical change in its political landscape. After eight years and two presidential terms at the head of the executive branch of the government, the “moderate” centrists (e’tedaaliyoun) suffered a heavy political defeat against the conservative ‘Principlist’ (osulgeraa) camp. In …

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Morning in the Middle East? by Fawaz A. Gerges

International relations evolve across the Middle East as regional powers adjust to the US retreat and growing influence from China. While the region may become the site of yet another great power competition, it also has a chance to pursue diplomatic overtures and new security agreements. LONDON – What about …

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The long reach of repression

DEVELOPMENT: Ten years after the Arab Spring, is democracy on the verge of failing in Tunisia? President Kais saied On Sunday, the prime minister was removed from office and suspended parliament. Many Tunisians, unhappy with the economic situation and the Covid-19 crisis in the country, celebrated the relocations in the …

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IMPORTANCE OF IRAN IN THE INDO-PACIFIC

Prime Minister Narendra Modi demonstrated strategic independence by ensuring that a message from him was conveyed to the new Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, by a figure just as important as Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar . The Trump administration has made a number of missteps based on an incorrect assessment of …

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Biden’s War Powers Without Limits

This week, the Biden administration launched three retaliatory airstrikes against Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria. This is the second time that President Biden has authorized bomb Iranian proxies; the first time was in Syria just a few weeks after the start of his presidency. Taken together, the form of …

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Forging a future with rather than against Iran

The rise of hard-line president-elect Ebrahim Raisi has prompted some analysts to suggest counterintuitively that this could pave the way for a reduction in regional tensions and potential discussions over a Middle East security architecture. revamped, but going from A to B will probably be easier said than done. . …

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NYCxDESIGN Announces Exceptional Grant Recipients

NYCxDESIGN is pleased to announce the recipients of its inaugural grant program. As the first initiative as a non-profit organization, the Breakout Grant was designed to financially assist New York-based designers and design firms to implement or build momentum for a product or of a project under development before marketing. …

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Ray of hope in the Gulf – La Dépêche

Iran and Saudi Arabia – the two big regional rivals, held talks in Baghdad in April 2021. Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al Kadhimi played a key role in bringing the two countries to the negotiating table. The talks took place between Khalid Al Homeidan, Chief of General Intelligence, Saudi Arabia, …

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US says Iranians should be free to choose their own leaders

The Biden administration has responded to Iran’s massive disqualification of candidates for its next presidential election by saying Iranians should be free to choose their own leaders. The White House statement coincides with strong criticism of the Iranian electoral system from Iranian rights activists and American conservatives as neither free …

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