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General Mattis: Realizing the Slogan of “Make America Great Again” in Military Dimension?
Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Abbas Kardan
That fact that Trump used the nickname of Mattis (Mad Dog) to introduce his secretary of defense by saying, “We are going to appoint 'Mad Dog' Mattis as our secretary of defense,” was indicative of the fact that the new US president expects this retired general to take bold measures in military encounters. 

Turkey’s Charles De Gaulle
Thursday, December 15, 2016

Saeed Davar
Turkey must be considered a country of change and its incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can be considered as Turkey’s Charles de Gaulle. 

Why Trump should cooperate with the Iran-Russia coalition to defeat IS
Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Kayhan Barzegar
If Trump breaks Russia away from Iran in Syria, their motivation to work together will fall apart – and so will prospects for peace.

Trump’s foreign policy towards Iran
Saturday, December 10, 2016

Behzad Khoshandam
Relations between Iran and the United States under the new president, Donald Trump, will take shape under the influence of the logic, teachings, and requirements of global and regional systems of balance of powers. 

Is the extension of ISA a violation of JCPOA?
Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Hamid Baeidinejad
Iran’s ambassador to the UK and former nuclear negotiator Hamid Baeidinejad has published a note on his Instagram account explaining that the ten-year extension of Iran Sanctions Act does not signify an automatic return to the sanctions included in the law; however, its actual implementation does. 

Iran Regaining its Oil Power through Active Diplomacy
Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Mohammad Khajouei
Following a short period of stagnation, Iran’s oil and gas industry has come to life again and is rapidly moving toward reviving its golden days.

Trump and the Policy of Controlled Reduction of Intervention in the Middle East
Thursday, December 1, 2016

Hossein Kebriaeizadeh
From the viewpoint of Trump, continued presence in the Middle East, as a region where the United States has had high influence and also paid a high cost since the time of the former president, George Bush Jr., is subject to a lot of debate and doubts. 

The Contingent Logic of Trump’s Foreign Policy; New Isolationism
Saturday, November 26, 2016

Shahrouz Ebrahimi
Many theorists, decision-makers and policy-makers may have harbored this question for months that what features Trump's foreign policy will have. This question is becoming especially vital, as Trump has been elected as the US president. It is really difficult to answer this question. 

Future Outlook for the Strategic Triangle of Iran, China, US
Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Mohsen Shariatinia
China’s Defense Minister General Chang Wanquan paid an official visit to Iran recently at a time that international politics is surrounded by ambiguities more than any time before during the past two decades and under conditions when some analysts maintain that the West has reached the finish line.

Waltzing with Trump: A Glance at Possible Consequences of Trump’s Policies for Iran
Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Alireza Rahimi
Following the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, speculations about the policies of his administration and possible outcomes of those policies have turned into a hot topic for political, economic and academic circles....