Iran Was the Main Agenda of US Senate Hearings

Bilgehan Alagöz 21.01.2021

The future of the JCPOA, the Iran nuclear deal, will hinge upon eliminating the Senate’s reservations.


The Anniversary of the Assassination of Soleimani

Hakkı Uygur 08.01.2021

In the past year, Iran has learned the hard way that it does not have the military deterrence it and Soleimani has claimed to have against the US.


2020, Trump, Iran and Bad Scenarios

Hakkı Uygur 02.01.2021

Disappointed with the 2015 Nuclear Deal, Rouhani and the politicians around him seek to avail themselves of the chance created by Biden since they do not want to be the most unsuccessful government in the history of the Islamic Republic.


The Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Kadhimi’s Visit to Turkey

Hakkı Uygur 28.12.2020

By managing regional relations, Al-Kadhimi should give hope to the wider public about the increasing socioeconomic problems in Iraq.


Iraq’s Bankrupt Economy: Biden’s Foreign Policy Challenge

Yasir Rashid 25.12.2020

Beyond Iraq’s economic woes, the Biden administration’s obstacles include Iran and its backed militias, the repercussions of the withdrawal of US troops, and ISIS’ re-emergence.


What’s Zarif’s Hidden Aim?

Hakkı Uygur 19.12.2020

It is still a mystery why Zarif targeted the leader of Iran's most important neighbour by ignoring the minimum rules of courtesy and diplomatic practices.