INSTC: Pipeline Dream or a Counterweight to Western Sanctions and China’s BRI?
By Nima Khorrami
There is revived talk about the International North South Transport Corridor, but can the project overcome divergences between India, Iran, and Russia?
Chabahar Port and Iran’s Strategic Balancing With China and India
By Soroush Aliasgary and Marin Ekstrom
Both China and India seek to use Chabahar port for their own strategic interests. Iran can use that competition to its own advantage.
What the China-Iran Strategic Cooperation Pact Means for India
By Mahima Duggal
New Delhi must revisit its approach to Tehran, especially if it wishes to limit China’s growing influence within Iran.
What Does the China-Iran Deal Mean for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor?
By Muhammad Tayyab Safdar and Joshua Zabin
China and Iran’s new deal is a big win for Pakistan -- and a bigger loss for India.
The China-India Contest in the Middle East
By Hasan Alhasan
China’s recent advances with Iran and Turkey have been accompanied by Indian setbacks.
John Calabrese on Asia’s Response to the Soleimani Crisis
By Shannon Tiezzi
What are the stakes for Asian powers like China, Japan, India, and South Korea in the latest U.S.-Iran clash?
What a US-Iran Face Off Means for Afghanistan
By Shoaib A. Rahim
Sanctions on Iran and the possibility of conflict are jeopardizing Kabul's long-term development plans.
India Doubles Down on Chabahar Gambit
By Sudha Ramachandran
India continues its investment in the Iranian port, but the project's success is far from guaranteed.
What the US Iran Sanctions Mean for India
By Paras Ratna
India’s diplomatic predicament just got worse.
First Indian Wheat Shipment Leaves for Afghanistan Via Iran's Strategic Chabahar Port
By Ankit Panda
The shipment is the first of six and represents the activation of a long-discussed trade route.