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.
June 03, 2019
US-Iran Tensions: Impact on China-Iran Ties
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Amin Saikal.
April 25, 2019
Although Unhappy With US Sanctions on Iran, China Won’t Fall Out With Washington
By Charlotte Gao
The White House vows to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero and China is Iran’s largest crude oil customer.
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.
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.
November 07, 2018
What Does Iran Really Think of China?
By Mahmoud Pargoo
Tehran has good reason to doubt that China is a reliable partner.
August 08, 2018
What the US Iran Sanctions Mean for India
By Paras Ratna
India’s diplomatic predicament just got worse.
May 09, 2018
Trump Withdraws US From Iran Deal, Reimposes Sanctions: Here's What's Next
By Ankit Panda
Trump did not announce any Iranian material violations of the 2015 nuclear accord.
February 07, 2017
US Sanctions on Iran: Good or Bad News for China?
By Wang Jin
Some Chinese are celebrating Trump’s move, but the new sanctions pose economic and political risks for China.
November 30, 2016
How Trump Can Strengthen US Leverage Against Iran
By Aaron Arnold
Scrapping the nuclear deal will backfire.
September 19, 2016
Can China Capitalize on Iran's Post-Nuclear Deal Opening? Don't Count On It
By Wang Jin and Zhao Xinghua
Even after the nuclear deal, China shouldn't expect too much from economic ties with Iran.
July 12, 2016
Banking With Iran: The US Needs to Put Up or Shut Up
By James D. Durso
Rather than trying to convince Europeans to start doing business with Iran, the U.S. needs to roll up its own sleeves.