Nina Mamedova

Russian Federation

Chair of the Iran Section, Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Associate Professor at the Department of World Economy, MGIMO University.

Materials

Iran Plans to Increase Oil Production
16.09.2017
Iran is planning to increase its oil production to 4.5 million barrels per day (bpd) within five years, Ali Kardor, Managing Director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said.

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Iran: Established Political Tradition Is Not Broken
22.05.2017
It so happened that all the presidents in Iran’s history have served two terms, as allowed by the Constitution. The exceptions were caused by extraordinary events. President Banisadr was toppled,

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Russia and Iran Choose Frugal Cooperation
30.03.2017
The Russian-Iranian cooperation program, as reflected in the signed documents, has a measured, frugal character. The joint statement focuses on common positions on the most relevant issues, rather

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Iran One Year after Lifting Sanctions: What’s Next?
26.01.2017
The West’s wariness of Iran, the continuation of the sanctions and the possibility of their renewal, as well as the imposition of sanctions on Russia, objectively put these two countries in a

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Iran: Were Expectations of Sanctions Relief Too High?
17.10.2016
Apart from current oil prices, economic growth and investment is hampered by persisting US sanctions, because the United States has only lifted the nuclear-related sanctions. Hopes for rapid economic

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Iran and International Markets: Growth of Mutual Interest
04.02.2016
The main foreign policy achievement of the Rouhani government was the improvement of relations with the West, which is important to Iran for economic and political reasons.

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Russia and Iran Need to Coordinate Their Political and Economic Plans
26.11.2015
Russian-Iranian political relations and the views they share on many foreign policy issues have been much closer in the past decade than their economic ties.

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