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Israeli’s Objectives in Central Asia and Caucasus
11 Dec 2017 08:17

Mohsen Pakaeen

Israeli’s Objectives in Central Asia and Caucasus

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Zionist regime has been trying to increase its presence in Central Asia and the Caucasus. The objectives and motives behind this are summarized below.    Ending its isolation: The foreign policy of the Israeli regime since 1950 and the Ben-Gurion ...

Pioneering Spirit is seen at the construction site of TurkStream and Russian company Gazprom gas pipelines offshore of Anapa city in the Black Sea on June 23, 2017
10 Nov 2017 21:12

Bahram Amirahmadian

Persian Gulf-Black Sea Corridor: A Major Change in Iran’s Geopolitical Position

In order to facilitate the transit of goods across their territory, countries try to create favorable conditions for regional exchanges.   These attempts will eventually result in revenue for the transit country and help strengthen its political and geopolitical position in the international ...

4 Nov 2017 20:12

Mehdi Sanaei

Common Interests with the Northern Neighbors

An important point that the Russian President's recent visit to Tehran reminds is the fact that the Middle East and Eurasian regional cooperation has been added to the international and bilateral dimensions between Iran and Russia which existed in the past and were significantly expanded and deepened ...

2 Nov 2017 10:35

Mesiaga Mehemmedi

Baku-Tehran-Moscow Triangle: An Example of Successful Cooperation

On August 8, 2017, the Presidents of the three neighboring and friendly countries of Iran, Russia, and Azerbaijan started a new geopolitical project in Baku, the capital of the Azerbaijan Republic, and lay the foundation of a new regional cooperation format.   As was mentioned then, this was ...

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (R) welcomes as he shakes hands with Azerbaijan
7 Mar 2017 21:49

Vali Kaleji

Iran, Azerbaijan and New Developments in the Field of Energy

  As passions on oil and gas resources of the Caspian Sea subsided, the fact that more realistic statistics are given for the volume of reserves, and multinational companies are more discreet to enter this area in line with the global decline in oil and gas prices have all reduced the level of ...

5 Mar 2017 07:56

Vali Kaleji

Referendum in Nagorno-Karabakh Region 2.0

  The level of political and military developments occurring in the last two years in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh is unprecedented since the Bishkek protocol was signed on May 8, 1994 which led to a ceasefire in the region. In the latest political developments in the disputed area,...

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev (C) makes a speech during a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir and the Iranian leader in Baku on August 8, 2016.
6 Nov 2016 20:55

Majid Raoufi

North-South Corridor: From Victory Bridge to Economic Success Bridge

Three quarters of a century after the Allied powers transported weapons, ammunition and medicine to the former Soviet Union from southern Iran to its northern part, which changed the fate of World War II and caused Iran to be known as the “victory bridge,” the North-South Corridor is expected ...

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani (R) and President of China Xi Jinping (2nd R)make statements after signing of partnership agreement between Iran and China at Sadabad Complex in Tehran, Iran on January 23, 2016.
10 Aug 2016 12:29

Bahram Amirahmadian

Diverse Perspectives on Iran's Future Status in One Belt, One Road Initiative

Securing its economic future, China requires an export market for its manufactured goods, and energy imports. It has to produce goods cheaper than that of its rivals for its own big market. If energy imports face difficulties and the final price becomes more expensive than in other regions, the final ...

Will Iran and Russia join forces on Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict?
18 Apr 2016 20:11

Hamidreza Azizi

Will Iran and Russia join forces on Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict?

More than two decades have passed since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of Moscow’s domination over vast territories in the Caucasus and Central Asia. One bitter legacy of the Soviet era is the continued existence of “frozen conflicts” in these areas, conflicts that ...

A Meeting to Boost Relations among Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan
5 Apr 2016 17:52

Bahram Amirahmadian

A Meeting to Boost Relations among Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan

The fourth trilateral meeting between the foreign ministers of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey and the Republic of Azerbaijan was held in northern Iranian city of Ramsar on Tuesday, April 5, 2016. The meeting at such a tumultuous time with high tensions in the region can be taken as a good omen ...