Tag Archives: P5+1

Rouhani Re-elected

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was re-elected on Friday. He beat his challenger Ebrahim Raisi in a landslide, earning 57% of the votes to Raisi’s 38%. Many had thought that Rouhani would face a serious challenge since much of his campaign promises in 2013 hadn’t come to fruition. He had promised to improve the economy and […]

Iranian Hegemony or Strategic Depth?

Iran began its revolution, in part, by promoting its own special brand of Pan-Islamism. Through revolution, led by Iran, the Muslim world would be delivered from the hands of the oppressor, the Great Satan, the United States. That objective has proven easier said than done. But forecasting it in the aftermath of the revolution has […]

Things to Watch

What role will the Syrian conflict play in P5+1 negotiation with Iran? There’s obviously a lot of positive sentiment surrounding Rouhani and his ability, once he’s sworn in as president of Iran, to be more amenable to negotiating with the P5+1. However, the challenge that he and the rest of the Iranian government faces in Syria could threaten negotiations.  Look […]

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