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Iran and the Islamic Finance Crown
June 16, 2015

Iran and the Islamic Finance Crown

By Jacopo Dettoni
Could an Iranian financial comeback challenge Sunni dominance of global Islamic finance?
The S-300: Game-Changing Weapon or Diplomatic Bargaining Chip?
June 14, 2015

The S-300: Game-Changing Weapon or Diplomatic Bargaining Chip?

By Quentin Buckholz
Russia has announced it will supply the missile system to Iran, but Moscow may have another objective in mind.

The View from Tehran
May 29, 2015

The View from Tehran

By Alex Vatanka
In Tehran, domestic hardliners and moderates are debating the nuclear issue, and the future of Iranian foreign policy.

The Limitations of the Iran Deal
April 12, 2015

The Limitations of the Iran Deal

By Daniel R. DePetris
A nuclear agreement is great, but Tehran will continue to have an adversarial, hostile relationship with the West.

Netanyahu’s Faulty Case to the U.S. Congress
March 07, 2015

Netanyahu’s Faulty Case to the U.S. Congress

By Daniel R. DePetris
For the Israeli Prime Minister, compromise isn’t an option.
The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective
February 16, 2015

The Russian-Iranian Military Agreement: Another Perspective

By Thomas Frear
Could oil price fears be driving Moscow to play the role of spoiler?

Russia and Iran Sign Military Cooperation Agreement
January 21, 2015

Russia and Iran Sign Military Cooperation Agreement

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Should NATO-Russia relations deteriorate further, Moscow will make an even stronger effort to improve ties with Tehran.
Iran: The Ayatollah Succession Question
October 11, 2014

Iran: The Ayatollah Succession Question

By Kevjn Lim
The questionable health of the supreme leader has prompted debate about an eventual succession.

In Iran Nuclear Talks, 'No Deal' Is Worse Than Status Quo
October 08, 2014

In Iran Nuclear Talks, 'No Deal' Is Worse Than Status Quo

By Jofi Joseph
If reaching a permanent agreement by next month’s deadline proves impossible, the West must lock in the status-quo.

Iran Looks East, China Pivots West
August 25, 2014

Iran Looks East, China Pivots West

By Lauren Dickey and Helia Ighani
The two countries need each other, in a relationship that seems unlikely to be derailed soon.

How Iran’s Upcoming Election Drives Nuclear Diplomacy
April 24, 2014

How Iran’s Upcoming Election Drives Nuclear Diplomacy

By Daniel Berman
Iran’s future hangs on the Assembly of Experts election in 2016. For that reason, so do the P5+1 negotiations.
Iran’s Navy: Asian Ambitions?
April 06, 2014

Iran’s Navy: Asian Ambitions?

By Trevor Hollingsbee
The Iranian navy has a growing presence in Asia, a development many in the region could welcome.

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