Hamidreza Azizi

Iran

Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Regional Studies Research Institute, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran

Materials

Trilateral Summit in Tehran: What Was Achieved and What Will Come Next?
10.09.2018
The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey held a trilateral summit in Tehran on September 7 to discuss the latest developments in Syria and coordinate their efforts in finding a political solution to

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Collision or Compromise? US-Iran Standoff Continues with Mixed Signals on Both…
02.08.2018
It seems that although the relations between Iran and the US have undoubtedly worsened since the beginning of Trump’s presidency, at the current situation, neither Washington nor Tehran wants to enter

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Iran and the Future of JCPOA: Amid Hope and Fear
09.07.2018
In the current situation, it seems that Europeans have understood that although the new US sanctions are aimed mainly at Iran, their impact would go well beyond the Iranian territories, putting at

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US Embarks on Regime Change Path As It Withdraws from the Iran Deal
09.05.2018
On May 8, US President Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the 2015 multilateral accord seen as a crucial step towards eliminating the potential threat from Iran’s nuclear programme

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Moscow to Pursue More Independent Path Toward Political Settlement in Syria
14.04.2018
Following the US-led airstrikes against Syria, the three Astana partners are expected to revise their common goals, as well as previous agreements. This is especially important because Turkey

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What Putin’s Visit to Ankara Tells Us About Russia’s Relations with Turkey and…
09.04.2018
Although the international media had mostly focused on the Syrian angle of the two days of diplomatic activities in the Turkish capital, it could be said that the meetings – both the bilateral and

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: What Are Ankara’s Options after Taking Over…
26.03.2018
The Afrin issue has already been in use by Turkey to gain diplomatic as well as geopolitical points from both its Western (mostly the US) and Eastern (Russia and Iran) partners.

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What Are Iran’s Primary Interests in the Region and Is It Ready to Secure Them?
14.02.2018
In order to better understand Iran’s regional interests, one should consider Iran’s view toward the main hot-points in the Middle East, which, together define the nature of interactions between

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Three Reasons why Putin’s Visits to Egypt and Turkey Were Important
18.12.2017
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s quick tour to three Middle Eastern countries on December 11 was in fact a symbol of how quickly Russia has managed to regain the influence it used to enjoy in the

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