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Middle East/North Africa Technology and infrastructure

Space launch vehicles and rockets, sanctions and agreements: The issue of compliance

The relationship between Iran and the US appears to be evolving within a framework of political posturing and an international governance system.

Middle East/North Africa Politics

Rouhani, Trump, and Theresa May: Is rapprochement dead?

Rouhani and his reformist allies rode their platform of social moderation and international engagement to crushing victories.

Future Generator Middle East/North Africa

Future Generator: An auspicious August for Iran

Iran will continue to get positive media coverage in the short term, indicating an improving political environment. These four reasons explain why.

Middle East/North Africa Technology and infrastructure

The rise of Iran’s e-commerce industry

The internet is often a boon for business, which is especially true in Iran, where the online market has expanded significantly over the last three years.

Middle East/North Africa Security

Implications of Iran’s ballistic missile tests

UN Security Council Resolution 1929 (2010) Paragraph 9 states, “Iran shall not undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using ballistic missile technology,

Middle East/North Africa Politics

How do Iranians feel about the nuclear deal?

A great deal has been written on the economic impact this will have and the related political and financial risks associated with the opening up of Iran.  However, much less

Middle East/North Africa Politics

Iran in 2016: Top 5 Risks and Landmarks

2015 saw dramatic changes in the formal relationship between Iran and the major world powers, yet the significance of signing the Nuclear Agreement (JCPOA) does not lie in the signing

Middle East/North Africa Politics

Family dynasty inextricable from politics in Iran

The Larijani brothers wield tremendous influence over Iran’s foreign and domestic policy. Although personal relationships are a vital part of conducting politics and business in Iran, there are few family dynasties