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A Sovereign Iraq Is Key to Securing India’s Energy Industry

A Sovereign Iraq Is Key to Securing India’s Energy Industry

By Michael Haddad
India can support a sovereign Iraq to bolster its energy security.
John Calabrese on Asia’s Response to the Soleimani Crisis

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?

Is India Redefining Its Role in the Politics of the Middle East?

Is India Redefining Its Role in the Politics of the Middle East?

By Niranjan Marjani
A closer look at India’s increasingly complex relationships with countries of the Middle East.

Chabahar Port: A Step Toward Connectivity for India and Afghanistan

Chabahar Port: A Step Toward Connectivity for India and Afghanistan

By Khesraw Omid Farooq
For India and Afghanistan, Chabahar holds great promise.

The US, Iran, and Oil-Hungry Asia

The US, Iran, and Oil-Hungry Asia

By Nicholas Trickett
As tensions between the United States and Iran deepen, Asia’s top oil importers watch warily.
India Doubles Down on Chabahar Gambit

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.

In India, Iranian Foreign Minister Discusses Sanctions, Crude Exports, and More

In India, Iranian Foreign Minister Discusses Sanctions, Crude Exports, and More

By Ankit Panda
Iran and India continue to cooperate bilaterally and regionally.
India and Iran: A Sanctioned Waiver Amid a Wave of Sanctions

India and Iran: A Sanctioned Waiver Amid a Wave of Sanctions

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Partial exclusion from US sanctions gives India reasons to sigh with relief, but not to cheer.

Iran’s Chabahar Port Scores an India- and Afghanistan-Inspired Sanctions Exemption

Iran’s Chabahar Port Scores an India- and Afghanistan-Inspired Sanctions Exemption

By Catherine Putz
Given the port’s importance to India and Afghanistan, the U.S. has reportedly carved out a sanctions exception for Chabahar.

Even With a Waiver, Will Iran Sanctions Chill US-India Ties?

Even With a Waiver, Will Iran Sanctions Chill US-India Ties?

By Raymond E. Vickery Jr.
Without greater energy cooperation, the U.S.-India partnership will feel the chill from an Iranian sanctions winter.

Can Arab Countries Make Up for India’s Loss of Iranian Oil?

Can Arab Countries Make Up for India’s Loss of Iranian Oil?

By Shafeeq Rahman
If New Delhi drops its oil imports from Tehran to zero, it will need to import more from other partners.
Why Continued Indian Engagement With Iran Is in America’s Interest

Why Continued Indian Engagement With Iran Is in America’s Interest

By Zoe Leung and Hari Prasad
U.S. criticism of India's close relationship with Iran is shortsighted.

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