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- Iran Debates Going to the UNGA Amid Outcry Over Executions September 14, 2018
Developments this past week consequentially affected Iran’s foreign relations and the domestic balance of power between its political factions.
- Contentious Politics on the Rise as Iran’s Political Factions Try to Make Gains September 6, 2018
The past two weeks in Iran have seen increased politicking by the country’s various factions and centers of power. President Hassan Rouhani, who has seen two of his ministers impeached by parliament in the past month, was himself questioned by parliament, triggering speculation that his hold on office is growing ...
- Shifting Social and Political Landscape in Iran As Trump Ramps up Pressure August 16, 2018
Amid continued sporadic protests and reinstated U.S. sanctions, the political and social landscape inside Iran is in a state of flux.
- Memo: Consequences of Sanctions Snapback on Iran August 6, 2018
Because such U.S. sanctions primarily target foreign parties transacting or otherwise dealing with Iran, the Trump administration will be actively undermining efforts by the international community to act consistent with the JCPOA and ensure its survivability.