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PAKISTAN
Saudi Arabia, Iran battle for influence in Pakistan
Bruce Riedel Monday, August 27, 2018
IRAN
Countering the Iranian presence in Syria
Ali Fathollah-Nejad
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
ORDER FROM CHAOS
Trump wants a bigger, better deal with Iran. What does Tehran want?
Suzanne Maloney
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
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Iran isn’t taking Trump’s Twitter bait—for now
Suzanne Maloney
Thursday, July 26, 2018
REPORTS
STATE OF THE UNION 2018
Brookings experts on Trump’s first State of the Union
Thursday, February 1, 2018
IRAN
Cultural and academic relations between Iran and the West after the nuclear deal: Policy recommendations
Ali Fathollah-Nejad
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
IRAN
The Iranian–Saudi Hegemonic Rivalry
Ali Fathollah-Nejad
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
IRAN
The roots and evolution of Iran’s regional strategy
Suzanne Maloney
September 2017
MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA
The Middle East 2017
Kenneth M Pollack
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
BLOG POSTS
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Iran’s dire, yet (for now) navigable straits
Dror Michman and Yael Mizrahi-Arnaud
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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Trump tightens the screws on Iran’s oil
Suzanne Maloney
Friday, June 29, 2018
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The Trump administration’s Plan B on Iran is no plan at all
Suzanne Maloney
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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EVENTS
2018
MAY
17
PAST EVENT
The fallout of President Trump’s JCPOA decision
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
Washington, DC
2018
MAR
23
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What’s next for the war(s) in Syria?
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
Washington, DC
2018
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26
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Iran in 2018 and beyond: Amidst external and internal challenges
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM AST
Westbay, Qatar
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RELATED BOOKS
Brookings FOCUS Book
By Steven Pifer and Michael E. O’Hanlon
2012
Becoming Enemies: U.S.-Iran Relations and the Iran-Iraq War, 1979–1988
By Bruce Riedel
2012
Deferring Democracy
By Catharin E. Dalpino
2011
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MULTIMEDIA
ENERGY INDUSTRY
How will oil markets respond to the US Iran deal withdrawal?
Samantha GrossWednesday, May 9, 2018
ARMS CONTROL
What the US withdrawal means for the future of the Iran nuclear deal
Robert Einhorn, Suzanne Maloney, and Adrianna Pita
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
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Watch: Experts explain what’s at stake on the Iran nuclear deal
Suzanne Maloney and Thomas Wright
Friday, May 4, 2018
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MORE ON IRAN
The question with this administration is, what will Trump see as an acceptable return for this waiver [granted to India for its trade with Russia and Iran]? Will he demand a transaction in return, some give on the trade side or a big defence deal for the US as well? Russia and Iran are sticking points, but the fact that the Trump administration is dealing with these privately is a sign of how much the relationship has changed. [Mr Trump] usually doesn’t give out freebies.
Tanvi Madan
Financial Times

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Power abhors a vacuum, and in the absence of strong U.S. leadership on Syria, Russia and Iran have been more than happy to move in. It's a measure of just how much they've come to dominate the conflict that they'll be the only major foreign powers at the summit. The White House has largely washed its hands of Syria. But with Iran entrenched in Damascus, and the Islamic State biding its time in the far countryside, it's likely only a matter of time before our hands are dirtied again. When that happens we'll likely look at these negotiations as a lost opportunity.
Chris Meserole
Newsweek

Monday, August 27, 2018
The main takeaway from Facebook's announcement is not just that Russia-style meddling is exportable, but that it's inevitable. If Moscow authored the playbook, Tehran read it word for word, and they won't be the only country to do so. Spreading disinformation on Facebook is so easy and effective that we need to assume every foreign adversary will now do it.
Chris Meserole
Los Angeles Times

Wednesday, August 22, 2018
The Iranians have a more complex political environment than North Korea. It’s relatively easy for Kim Jong-un to turn on a dime and take advantage of an opportunity; it’s much harder for them to turn on a dime.
Iran, Ms. Maloney noted, reacted relatively calmly to Mr. Trump’s tweet. The country’s leaders, she said, believe that the president is trying to bait them to breach the nuclear deal, which they do not want to do. But his threats are rattling the Iranians, who worry that Mr. Trump’s aides might goad him into a confrontation.
“This is moving quickly,” she said, “and the president has an establishment around him that seems eager for some kind of dust-up with Iran.”
Suzanne Maloney
New York Times

Monday, July 23, 2018
Interview: New U.S. sanctions fuel protests and economic mayhem in Iran (Part 2)
Ali Fathollah-Nejad
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and its nefarious consequences
Ali Fathollah-Nejad
Saturday, July 14, 2018
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