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In response to crippling sanctions, Tehran’s new government is embarking on an expansive diplomatic offensive in the Global South to shore up its economic trade relations. But will it work as planned?

Nima Khorrami

Since resuming diplomatic ties in March, Saudi Arabia and Iran have made rapid progress in rebuilding relations and pursuing de-escalation. While optimism abounds, there are genuine reasons for concern stemming from their starkly divergent views on regional and global politics and the threats therein.

Shahram Akbarzadeh

Tehran and Washington are talking once again, with a more limited nuclear deal than the JCPOA rumored to be in the works. What is driving both sides to give negotiations another try, and what would it mean if they succeed?

Hamidreza Azizi