nd15_cover_copy Courtesy: Foreign Affairs
16 November 2015

A Windfall for Iran?

As Iran enters its new economic status quo, the question arises as to whether the nation will realise its potential by opening itself up to the world, or whether the elite will stifle global engagement.

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10 April 2012

Between Washington and Tehran

Over the past thirty years, the U.S. and Iran have been at odds over Iran's alleged nuclear weapons programme. India too has a large stake with both countries - with the U.S. as a strategic partner and Iran for its oil imports - and resolving this conundrum will require some creative diplomacy.

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16 January 2011

Who’s Next After Tunisia?

The Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia has demonstrated that dictatorial regimes in Arab countries can indeed fall. Elliott Abrams, CFR’s Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies, determines which of the autocrats from Algeria to Kuwait could be, on their way out.

Iraq: A Compromise PM?
3 May 2010

Iraq: A Compromise PM?

Iraq is under U.S. pressure to form a new government quickly in the wake of the March 7 elections that saw two Shiite blocs–Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki’s State of Law and challenger Ayad Allawi’s Iraqiya–winning the majority of seats Read more