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Why Trump should cooperate with the Iran-Russia coalition to defeat IS Why Trump should cooperate with the Iran-Russia coalition to defeat IS
Sow division between Iran and Russia, and the motivation they have to work together will be lost.
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Why Iran wants to avoid conflict with Saudi Arabia Why Iran wants to avoid conflict with Saudi Arabia
The issue at the heart of Iran-Saudi tensions is US presence in the region. Iran will avoid a major confrontation to keep the Americans out
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Where Saudi Arabia Is Heading to? Where Saudi Arabia Is Heading to?
Saudi Arabia’s double-standard approach to various Islamic tendencies, that is, confrontation with moderate Islamists (for example, in Egypt) and positive interaction with radical Islamists (for example, in Syria), has seriously undermined the position of Saudi Arabia and even its religious authority among different Islamic schools in the Middle East region. In short, under King Salman, Saudi Arab...
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 The Geopolitics of JCPOA <br/> <i style=font-weight:normal> Iran’s Foreign Policy after the Nuclear Deal </i> The Geopolitics of JCPOA
Iran’s Foreign Policy after the Nuclear Deal
Iran’s foreign policy should benefit from the new geopolitical potential created in the post-JCPOA era and balanced relations with world powers for removing the regional tensions.
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Iran And The Future Of The Afghan Peace Talks Iran And The Future Of The Afghan Peace Talks
The talks are an effective step towards maintaining stability and security, ending violence and establishing a durable peace in Afghanistan, in particular, and the region in general.
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Irans Missile Power Challenged Iran's Missile Power Challenged
At a time when regional tensions are running hot, Iran has displayed its missiles that are stored in a vast underground complex. Iran has also conducted two ballistic missile tests in recent months, saying this is outside the scope of the nuclear deal.
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How Daesh Has Changed the Iran-Russia Relations How Daesh Has Changed the Iran-Russia Relations
Kayhan Barzegar in the Iranian foreign policy magazine Diplomat editorial writes: the emergence of Daesh has changed the nature of the Iran-Russia relations. The emergence of Daesh (the so-claimed Islamic State), subsequent of the Syrian crisis, has changed the nature of Iran-Russia relations from a historical passive context to an active situation based on the necessity of enhancing regional coo...
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The Aftermath of Turkey Downing a Russian Jet The Aftermath of Turkey Downing a Russian Jet
With or without military confrontation, it seems that the Turkish – Russian relations are deemed to suffer severe setbacks due to the recent air incident and it is unlikely to regain the rapid growth it enjoyed since 2002.
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How Iran deal could bring multilateralism to Middle East How Iran deal could bring multilateralism to Middle East
The full implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) struck by Iran and six world powers July 14 will have a great impact on Iran-US relations. It will diminish the existing mutual sense of threat between the two countries, and that change will be reflected in regional policies. The idea of collective action to solve regional issues will be strengthened and an era of multilate...
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Historical Bitterness Still Overshadowing Turkey-Armenia Relations Historical Bitterness Still Overshadowing Turkey-Armenia Relations
It seems that the historical background of Turkey-Armenia relations is weighing on Yerevan more than Ankara. The identity-related and discourse-based developments that have taken place in Turkey during the past few years have already done away with a large part of identity-related obstacles and, to some extent, political barriers on the way of the normalization of the “Armenian massacre issue” and...
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IMESS- CENESS Joint Seminar on “Russia and the MiddleEast Nuclear Weapons Free Zone”
IMESS- CENESS Joint Seminar on “Russia and the MiddleEast Nuclear Weapons Free Zone”

Director Anton Kholpkov is a Member of Advisory Board of the Russian Security Council, Member of th...
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IMESS- AMU Joint Seminar on “Iran, Poland and the Middle East”
IMESS- AMU Joint Seminar on “Iran, Poland and the Middle East”

Professor Tadeusz Wallas’s is Dean of the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at Adam Mickie...
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