Iran's foremost political survivor, one of the last members of the revolutionary generation, is dead. Where does the Islamic Republic go from here?
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Oman has tried to position itself as the Middle East's honest broker, but Saudi Arabia is pulling it toward the Gulf consensus.
If President-elect Donald Trump chooses to undo the Iran nuclear agreement, he'll face to overcome his own flawed assumptions first.
Middle East Ticker: Assad Regime Corners Rebels in Aleppo, U.S. Reauthorizes Iran Sanctions, and Islamic State Prepares Its Fallback Plan
The Assad regime has captured 70 percent of eastern Aleppo and isn’t letting up, experts and foreign governments defend the Iran nuclear deal, and the Islamic State is ready to retreat to Deir Ezzor.
Is the EU's delisting of Bank Saderat Iran a sign of a crumbling sanctions regime? Probably not, thanks to the bank's continued status as a Specially Designated National.
A primer on how the norms of international financial conduct could keep Iran isolated, notwithstanding any unwinding of U.S. nuclear-related sanctions on the country in accordance with the JCPOA.
Trump's hostile rhetoric on the Iran Deal belies the difficulty he may have in unraveling the international agreement.
Georgetown's Ariane Tabatabai examines the relationship between Iran and Shi'a militias in Iraq and discusses Tehran's goals and interests in Iraq.
Brookings' Emma Borden breaks down recent developments in the implementation of the Iran Nuclear Deal.