FOREIGN POLICYCOMMENTARY

Nuclear Talks in Doha

Emine Gözde Toprak 06.07.2022

The negotiations, which lasted for two days in Doha, were inconclusive. The parties blame each other for the failure in question.

FOREIGN POLICYOPINION

Russia and Iran After the NATO and Caspian Summits

Bilgehan Alagöz 04.07.2022

While NATO’s new Strategic Concept is marginalizing Russia and Iran, these two countries have participated in the Caspian Summit in order to turn their geopolitical position to an advantage against the pressure.

FOREIGN POLICYOPINION

Türkiye, Saudi Arabia, and Iran in the Axis of Regional Dynamics

Bilgehan Alagöz 28.06.2022

Due to its national interests, Türkiye remains at an equal distance from two critical states of the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and Iran.

DOMESTIC POLICYOPINION

Raisi Loses a Minister Less Than a Year into His Term

Fereshteh Sadeghi 23.06.2022

Iran’s Labor minister is forced to resign as the first victim of political rivalries and economic reforms.

FOREIGN POLICYCOMMENTARY

IAEA Passed the Resolution Against Iran

Emine Gözde Toprak 10.06.2022

It is possible to say that the latest developments will negatively affect the cooperation between IAEA and Iran and, therefore, the nuclear negotiations.

FOREIGN POLICYCOMMENTARY

US Senators Heckled Malley

Bilgehan Alagöz 27.05.2022

Malley could not make further statements apart from already known facts in the face of US senators’ questions, thus, he has confirmed that Biden will avoid any assertive Iran initiative.

Multimedia

What Awaits Iran? The Future of Nuclear Negotiations

Bilgehan Alagoz, Przemyslaw Osiewicz, Hongda Fan, Andrey Chuprygin English

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Iraq’s October Protest Movement: The Political Challenges and Electoral Limitations

Zeidon Alkinani, Dr. Haider Saeed, Dr. Ali Taher Al-Hammoud, Mrs. Inna Rudolf English

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The Syrian Crisis and Iran’s Role

Dr. Bilgehan Alagöz, Prof. Mehdi Noorbakhsh, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hamidreza Azizi, Bassam Barabani English

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