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10 September 2015

Human rights in Iran

While the lifting of economic sanctions after Iran’s recent nuclear deal with the P5+1 countries may improve socio-economic conditions, will it also positively impact human rights in the country?

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14 August 2015

Iran after the deal

A month after Iran’s milestone nuclear deal with the P5+1 countries, the fine print is being scrutinised by hardliners in Iran and the deal will eventually be prepared for implementation by President Rouhani’s government. India, poised to revitalise bilateral trade, will be among many countries that can now benefit from robust business ties with the Persian Gulf country.

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17 July 2015

Iran sanctions: journey’s end

A journey which began in Istanbul in 2012 ended in triumph in Vienna in July 2014, as the P5+1 countries and Iran announced a Joint Plan of Comprehensive action that would see Iran free of all economic sanctions while upholding the right to a civil nuclear programme. While this journey, fraught with challenges, technically is over, the ratification battle in the U.S. congress commences now

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14 July 2015

What the Iran deal means for the region and India

After 12 years of negotiations on Iran's civilian nuclear program between Iran and the P5+1 countries, a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was announced on July 14. Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House, sits down with Dev Lewis, Gateway House, to discuss the agreement, how the sanctions will be lifted, and what a re-emerged Iran means for India and the middle-east