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IranSource by Anonymous

Dec 7, 2021

Iran’s allies lost seats in the Iraqi elections. Now Tehran is recalibrating its strategy.

IranSource by Anonymous

Many analysts have interpreted the results of recent Iraqi parliamentary elections on October 10 as a sign of diminishing Iranian influence, but the reality is more nuanced.

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IranSource by Barbara Slavin

Dec 6, 2021

Iran offers less for more as Vienna talks stall

IranSource by Barbara Slavin

More than five months after multilateral nuclear talks with Iran were paused before the country’s presidential elections in June, a new negotiating team arrived in Vienna in late November with additional demands and fewer concessions than its predecessors.

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IranSource by Anonymous

Dec 1, 2021

Iran’s COVID-19 deaths ‘2.5 times higher’ than health ministry numbers

IranSource by Anonymous

Despite reassuring statistics, Iran—which already has the highest number of deaths and cases in the Middle East—appears to be entering a sixth wave of COVID-19 with no end in sight.

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IranSource by Javad Heiran-Nia

Nov 24, 2021

How Iran sees the Biden doctrine for the JCPOA and Persian Gulf

IranSource by Javad Heiran-Nia

Iranian experts in Tehran see the Joe Biden administration's approach toward Iran and the JCPOA in the context of his government's overall foreign policy and its desire to extricate itself from military conflicts in the Persian Gulf.

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IranSource by Seth J. Frantzman

Nov 18, 2021

Iran’s drones are clones. Now they’re being used in multiple conflicts.

IranSource by Seth J. Frantzman

Iran’s military drone program has grown in recent years and Iran-backed groups have increasingly used drones in conflicts.

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IranSource by Robert Czulda

Nov 10, 2021

Is Iran going on an arms shopping spree in Moscow?

IranSource by Robert Czulda

Iran has frequently turned to Russia for arms it could not produce at home.

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IranSource by Skylar Thompson

Nov 9, 2021

From November 2019 to Khuzestan protests, lack of accountability is emblematic of Iran’s plague of impunity

IranSource by Skylar Thompson

Without concrete action to fight the plague of impunity that covers Iran, these violent events will only continue to occur and the Iranian people will continue to suffer.

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IranSource by Saeid Jafari

Nov 5, 2021

Iran’s Middle East influence may actually be declining

IranSource by Saeid Jafari

Growing global dissatisfaction with Tehran's approach to its nuclear program and delays in returning to the negotiations, as well as developments in Iran’s backyard, are undermining Iranian claims to successful “resistance” and rising influence.

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IranSource by Amir Rashidi and Mani Mostofi

Nov 3, 2021

Throwing gas on the fire of Iranian internet suppression

IranSource by Amir Rashidi and Mani Mostofi

The October 26 cyberattack against gas stations across Iran is already being used as an excuse to push forward the repeatedly stalled Cyberspace Users Rights Protection and Regulation of Key Online Services which conservative politicians have been railroading through parliament since July.

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IranSource by Andrew L. Peek

Nov 2, 2021

Democrats can sanction Iran’s oil without tanking negotiations—and they should

IranSource by Andrew L. Peek

The Joe Biden administration can negotiate and sanction at the same time, and it should take advantage of the flexibility of US sanctions policy to drive down Iran’s oil exports, which have crept up over the past year.

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