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Nowruz as Seen from a Cultural and Social Angle
Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Seyyed Reza Salehi Amiri
Nowruz, this national and ancient Iranian festival, has weathered wear and tear of time over long years and has showed off its beauty in a more colorful way year after year. 

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Trump’s Wag The Dog Strategy On Syria Helps No One – Not Even Himself
Monday, April 16, 2018

William Hartung
After a few days of threatening tweets and tough guy rhetoric, Donald Trump went ahead and instructed the U.S. military to bomb Syria in response to a chemical weapons attack on civilians there that has been widely attributed to the Assad regime.

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Europe, Iran Baffled By US Position On Nuclear Deal
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Mohammad Ghaderi and Javad Heiran-Nia

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) “the worst deal ever” for the US. In his first State of the Union address in January, Trump called on Congress to “fix the terrible flaws” of the Iran nuclear deal.

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The Symbolic “Bloody Nose” ; Unequal battle between US and North Korea
Sunday, March 4, 2018

Shahrouz Shariati
While the curve of tensions on the Korean Peninsula has been sinusoidal in past months, reports by American media about a controversial plan by the White House leaders to mount a “limited strike” on North Korea, known as the “bloody nose” strike, have drawn great attention from analysts of military and strategic issues to this region. 

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Why Iran Makes Missiles?
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Ali Esmaeili Ardakani
When we talk about historical mentality in foreign policy and international relations, the purpose is to highlight the significance of history in the decision-making and decision-taking processes used by a country’s leaders and politicians in the face of other international actors and developments.

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Chabahar, Iran's Sole Oceanic Port & Symbol of Iran's Resolve to Develop the Region
Sunday, February 18, 2018

Bahram Amirahmadian
Iran's southeastern Chabahar port can be seen from two viewpoints. From the viewpoint of developing less-developed regions of Iran, it shows that in their drive to develop the southeastern part of the country, the Iranian government and nation are resolved to create a developed zone on a territory, which is commonly known as the “Makran coast.”

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Iran and International Organizations in 2017
Sunday, February 18, 2018

Behzad Khoshandam
International organizations played a remarkable role in the enforcement and implementation of Iran's foreign policy in 2017. “Collective security,” “international cooperation, “not interfering in the internal affairs of other countries,” and “the right to self-determination” were major ideas, which constituted the most important grounds for interactions between Iran and international organizations in 2017. 

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How Turkey Was Deceived in Syria’s Afrin?
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Qasem Mohebali
About 20 days after Turkey started its military operation in Syria’s Afrin region, it seems that Ankara has so far failed to achieve its goals through this operation. During recent days, Turkey’s military advances in northern Syria have remarkably slowed down and its forces have suffered high causalities. 

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Urgently Needed: A New Security Framework For The Persian Gulf
Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Javad Heiran-Nia 
The implementation of effective security mechanisms in the Persian Gulf region has always been a matter of concern for the Gulf States. The main objective is to have a common goal, and hence, construct techniques to achieve stable regional security.

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Trump's Proxy War Strategy
Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Keyhan Barzegar
“America First” is a new motto, which has been adopted by US President Donald Trump, and has prevented allocation of a large amount of financial and economic resources to US military presence in regional wars, especially in Syria. 

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