Indo-Pacific geostrategy and Iran's status

19 July 2023
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Maryam Varij Kazemi
The "Indo-Pacific" region is a geo-strategic concept for naming the geo-political-geo-economic region that covers from the west coast of the United States of America to the east coast of the African continent and totally, the countries of the two regions of the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Thus, 50% of the world's gross production by 2040, 50% of greenhouse gas emissions, 65% of the world's total population, and 37% of the world's poor population, 9 busiest ports in the world with 60% of international maritime trade, 7 of the world's largest armies, and 6 countries with nuclear weapons are available to the countries of the Indo-Pacific...
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