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The US, Iran, and Oil-Hungry Asia
July 01, 2019

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.

The Price of US-Iran Tensions for South Korea
June 27, 2019

The Price of US-Iran Tensions for South Korea

By Troy Stangarone
For South Korea, the impact of U.S. sanctions on Iran stretches far beyond oil imports.
What a US-Iran Face Off Means for Afghanistan
June 25, 2019

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.

Tehran Comes Calling: India’s Iran Dilemma Grows Acute
May 16, 2019

Tehran Comes Calling: India’s Iran Dilemma Grows Acute

By Harsh V. Pant
India has to make hard choices about its relationship with Iran—again.

India’s Iran Conundrum Is Back
April 26, 2019

India’s Iran Conundrum Is Back

By Harsh V. Pant
The Trump administration’s sanctions hardball puts New Delhi in a tight spot.

India’s Growing Iran Dilemma
April 25, 2019

India’s Growing Iran Dilemma

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The Iran sanction waiver issue is just the latest manifestation of New Delhi’s rising challenge in managing ties with Tehran.

In Handling Meng Wanzhou, US and Canada Must Stand for the Rule of Law
December 17, 2018

In Handling Meng Wanzhou, US and Canada Must Stand for the Rule of Law

By Ankit Panda
Why the U.S. needs to stand with Canada and set aside politics in the prosecution of Huawei’s CFO.
The Trump Administration’s Iran Obsession Encumbers US-China Trade Talks
December 12, 2018

The Trump Administration’s Iran Obsession Encumbers US-China Trade Talks

By John S. Van Oudenaren
Meng Wanzhou's arrest is just the latest example of an Iran fixation getting in the way of more important U.S. interests.

Canada Arrests Huawei Executive; China Demands Her Immediate Release
December 06, 2018

Canada Arrests Huawei Executive; China Demands Her Immediate Release

By Charlotte Gao
Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei and daughter of Huawei’s founder, has been arrested in Canada and faces extradition to the U.S.

Iran’s Chabahar Port Scores an India- and Afghanistan-Inspired Sanctions Exemption
November 08, 2018

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?
November 07, 2018

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.
'Sanctions Are Coming': US Issues Limited Iran Sanctions Waivers, With One Big Exception
November 03, 2018

'Sanctions Are Coming': US Issues Limited Iran Sanctions Waivers, With One Big Exception

By Ankit Panda
China, Iran's biggest oil importer, is still in the dark about a possible sanctions waiver.

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