April 22, 2020
Iran Opens Up as Economic Woes Overshadow Virus Infection Fears
By Associated Press
Authorities have defended their response by pointing out the harsh economic impact a prolonged lockdown would have.
May 13, 2017
In Lead-Up to Iranian Elections, the Nuclear Deal Becomes a Heated Topic of Debate
By Heshmat Alavi
As the presidential election nears, the fate of the JCPOA appears secure.
February 21, 2016
Is Iran’s Comeback a Double-Edged Sword for India?
By Soyen Park
Iran’s reengagement promises both more opportunity and more competition for India.
February 12, 2016
Don't Count on Iran's February 2016 Elections Making History Just Yet
By Ankit Panda
Iran's political institutions will make a reformist triumph an unlikely outcome of the elections.
June 16, 2015
Iran and the Islamic Finance Crown
By Jacopo Dettoni
Could an Iranian financial comeback challenge Sunni dominance of global Islamic finance?
March 01, 2013
The Ball is in Iran’s Court
This week’s P5+1-Iran meeting was highly encouraging but the long shadow of the past looms large.
October 06, 2012
How Politics Nuked Iran’s Economy
For the leaders of the Islamic Republic, the real enemy is within.
August 05, 2011
Iran’s Untenable Economy
With spiralling inflation, Iran’s economy is in need of rebalancing. Poor implementation of vital reforms is undermining government claims of success.
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