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(en) Anarchist Union of Afghanistan and Iran: After ISIS - Maryam Varyj Kazemi [machine translation]

Date Tue, 26 Mar 2019 07:58:25 +0200

The reality about the birth and the standpoint of ISIS is limited to economic motives. The ISIL-dominated area has the world's richest hydrocarbon resources and the terminal for the export of fossil fuels to the global markets, and such commercial-strategic interests-control of pipelines, energy transmission and security of these lines are among the security priorities of industrial powers in the region. Until now, it has not been able to end the integrity of ISIL ideology and in many cases it facilitates its growing trend. ---- Considering the general policy of industrial powers to establish a coherent, stable and controllable structure that enhances their economic power and political credibility, and the creation of regional and trans-regional convergence based on multilateral cooperation between them can restrain systems A governance that is moving towards divergence and divide at the international level is vital. The presence of two top international powers in the area under the influence of ISIL, Russia and the United States of America, with different interests and threats, is one consequence of the continued loss of position and the other seeking to influence the security-military arrangements of the region, obtaining maximum benefits for vital interests. Including diversification into energy supplies, and most importantly the containment of Russia's largest nuclear arsenal and superior nuclear power, the region has affected the riots.

Since the ISIS ideology's formation structure derives from the economic-commercial rivalry of industrial powers, the desire to receive financial assistance for the reconstruction and transformation of the nature of extremist groups will inevitably be inevitable.

Undoubtedly, in the field of geography, the influence of ISIS ideology is not only a systemic requirement that shapes peace and constructive stability and convergence between different ethnic and religious groups, but it is impossible to form an unified alliance between regional countries to deal with the domination of supranational states It does not exist, and the formation of an anti-Western alliance is unthinkable.

Consequently, with the collapse of the ISIL structure, we will see a dramatic rise in other radical groups in this geographic area, which will undoubtedly have a more devastating effect, suspending the relative stability of the periphery.

Maryam Varyj Kazemi

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