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Maysam Behravesh

Maysam Behravesh

Maysam Behravesh is a co-founder and co-director of the London-based Center for Middle East Research (CMER) and Editorial Assistant of the academic journal Cooperation and Conflict (Sage). He has an M.A. (summa cum laude) in international relations from the University of Tehran, Iran, and is completing a Ph.D. in political science at Lund University, Sweden. His research interests center around security studies, nuclear politics, and political psychology, with an empirical focus on the Middle East and South Asia.

Maysam served as a Senior Editor of the quarterly Asian Politics & Policy (Wiley) from 2013 to 2015, and Iran Editor of the scholarly website E-International Relations (E-IR) from 2011 to 2014.

How Could the Nuclear Deal Change Iran?
July 14, 2015
How Could the Nuclear Deal Change Iran?
The nuclear deal with Iran could lead to desecuritization domestically.
How Could the Nuclear Deal Change Iran?
How Netanyahu Saved the Iran Nuclear Talks
March 13, 2015
How Netanyahu Saved the Iran Nuclear Talks
Far from being a spoiler, Netanyahu inadvertently facilitated negotiations between the U.S. and Iranian governments.
How Netanyahu Saved the Iran Nuclear Talks
The Nuclear Implications of Iran-Pakistan Tensions
November 11, 2014
The Nuclear Implications of Iran-Pakistan Tensions
Tensions with nuclear-armed Pakistan may influence Iran's calculus regarding its own nuclear program.
The Nuclear Implications of Iran-Pakistan Tensions
Why the Iran Nuke Talks Might Fail
October 28, 2014
Why the Iran Nuke Talks Might Fail
International and domestic politics make it increasingly likely that the Iran-P5+1 negotiations will fail.
Why the Iran Nuke Talks Might Fail
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