Javad Heirannia

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Ph.D Student of International relations in Islamic Azad niversity،Science and Research Branch (Iran) Visiting Fellow of the Persian Gulf Department in the Center for Middle East Studies

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How to maintain peace in Persian Gulf region

The presence of foreign forces in the Persian Gulf has caused regional security efforts to secure the interests of these powers. The security policy of countries...

The result of Afghan presidential election: Future possibilities and challenges

Afghanistan’s election was held on September 25.  And now, after a long pause, the preliminary results have been announced, with Mohammad Ashraf Ghani winning 923,868 votes...

Democrats take a gamble on Trump’s impeachment

Despite all ups and downs, Democrats finally brought impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump to the House of Representatives, a move which made Trump’s prediction come...

Saudi Arabia’s missile program

According to satellite imagery reported on by The Washington Post, Saudi Arabia is building its first factory to produce ballistic missiles. It is located at a missile base...

Reasons behind the eventual withdrawal of Kuwait from PGCC

After several years since the beginning of Syria crisis, the Persian Gulf Arab states are changing their policies towards this county, and following the...

U.S. and Saudi nuclear options

Authors: Javad Heiran-Nia, Ramin Hossein Abadian* Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) has recently pushed a plan to build seven strategic nuclear projects in...

Legal framework of the Caspian Sea and the interests of Iran

Authors: Javad Heirannia and Omid Shokri Kalehsar* In international law, the concept of power is inevitably alongside with the principles of the law. In other words,...

Why JCPOA future is very limited

Richard Nephew, who served as the lead sanctions expert for the US team negotiating with Iran, is of the opinion that “Bolton and Pompeo...

Letter to Guterres: Use Norouz as opportunity to promote peace

A group of distinguished professors and intellectuals have written a letter to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres calling on him to use Norouz,...

Iran-Saudi conflict not a zero-sum game

Professor Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Chair of the Centre for Iranian Studies at the London Middle East Institute believes “This is a part of a new...

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China’s Emerging role in Global Security

Chinese President, has launched a Global Security Initiative, which...

The national conservatism is spreading

In the 1980s Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher built...

Gaza: Israeli advance on Rafah would have ‘dire humanitarian consequences’

An extension of Israel’s military operation in Rafah, where...

UN committed to help Somalia deliver ‘for its people’

Somalia remains resilient and strongly committed to state-building but...
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