Iranian Architecture

The long reach of repression

DEVELOPMENT: Ten years after the Arab Spring, is democracy on the verge of failing in Tunisia? President Kais saied On Sunday, the prime minister was removed from office and suspended parliament. Many Tunisians, unhappy with the economic situation and the Covid-19 crisis in the country, celebrated the relocations in the …

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IMPORTANCE OF IRAN IN THE INDO-PACIFIC

Prime Minister Narendra Modi demonstrated strategic independence by ensuring that a message from him was conveyed to the new Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, by a figure just as important as Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar . The Trump administration has made a number of missteps based on an incorrect assessment of …

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Biden’s War Powers Without Limits

This week, the Biden administration launched three retaliatory airstrikes against Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria. This is the second time that President Biden has authorized bomb Iranian proxies; the first time was in Syria just a few weeks after the start of his presidency. Taken together, the form of …

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Forging a future with rather than against Iran

The rise of hard-line president-elect Ebrahim Raisi has prompted some analysts to suggest counterintuitively that this could pave the way for a reduction in regional tensions and potential discussions over a Middle East security architecture. revamped, but going from A to B will probably be easier said than done. . …

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