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Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have always been influential. They are about to get even more so.
Reports of a pending China–Iran alliance are premature, and ignore a more hesitant Chinese approach to the Middle East.
P Sadeghi and Jack Watling
It is hard for the Supreme Leader to change his position on major policy questions.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Hard-hit by the coronavirus crisis, Iran shows no signs of weakening overseas
A fundamental rethink of the UK’s approach to Iran is both needed and timely.
The pandemic preoccupies Europe. But the continent should not lose sight of potential new crises in the Middle East.
A proposal for a ‘trauma-informed’ framework to provide training and support to the Syrian White Helmets.
Part II of this two-part series surveys the conflict’s impact on Aleppo.
The Arab Spring of 2011, a time of hope and optimism especially for the region’s young people, has become an Arab Winter. To turn the tide, young people must rally behind a unifying cause and not be discouraged by incremental, imperfect reforms.
This joint event with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) will look at the drivers of the conflict, the humanitarian impact and the view from the West.
Since the referendum on Kurdish independence in September 2017 and the subsequent loss of territory to the Federal Government of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government in Iraq has been placed in a...
A discussion on how Saudi Arabia’s social reforms will impact the Kingdom and its continued cooperation with the UK on counter-extremism.