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IP gas pipeline: A fading opportunity for Pakistan
Sunday, March 4, 2018

Near 20 years after the initiation of talks over the peace gas pipeline, beginning as the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project, and despite the fact that Iran has completed its part of the pipeline in its territory, Pakistan has fallen behind the target to take delivery of gas, initially scheduled for 2014.

Europe’s big Plans for Iran Trade announce Independence from Trump’s Washington
Sunday, March 4, 2018

Despite the significant economic problems Iran faces, and despite the real problems in unequal income distribution, Iran’s economy is seeing bright spots that the Western press rarely admits. In the year after international sanctions were lifted on the signing of the nuclear accord, spring 2016-spring 2017, the economy surged 16%

As Iran, India Forge Deeper Ties, Will US Stand in the Way?
Sunday, March 4, 2018

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed nine bilateral agreements, including an 18-month lease of part of the Iranian port of Chabahar, near the Pakistan border, to India for an $85 million development project during a meeting in New Delhi on Feb. 17.

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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