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January 17, 2022
Iranian drones are reshaping the security situation in the Middle East
Lifting sanctions on Tehran without addressing this threat will only enable the regime to use massive resources to fund and smuggle drones to its terror proxies in the region.
Farhad Rezaei and Jason M. Brodsky
December 13, 2020
The implications of a military figure as president of Iran
Facing elections in 2021, some in Iran argue that a military figure at the helm could turn the country around, but the supreme leader will prove a formidable obstacle.
March 13, 2019
New developments in Iran’s ballistic-missile program
Proving Iran’s peaceful intentions is difficult because ballistic missiles can be used in both a defensive and an offensive capacity, not to mention that a cost-benefit analysis does not justify mounting conventional payloads on long-range missiles.
January 15, 2019
Iran and the Taliban: A tactical alliance?
Iran is sending a message to Washington and Kabul that if its concerns are not addressed, it can sabotage any attempt at a permanent peace in Afghanistan.
December 23, 2018
Debate in Tehran: Stay with or leave the nuclear deal?
A review of Farsi media outlets indicates that President Hassan Rouhani and his followers believe that Tehran should remain because “the cost of leaving the deal is too high for the country.”
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