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Mani Mehrabi

Senior international affairs analyst, Faculty member at the Think tank of International Relations (Tehran, Iran)

 

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Fayez al-Sarraj: the fall of a savior?

Fayez al-Sarraj: the fall of a savior?

Al-Sarraj has only a few supporters stiriving to help it achieve peace such as Turkey, Qatar, Iran and Russia, all of which support the Muslim Brotherhoods' relation with the interim government to some degree.
Is a Second Egyptian Revolution Coming?

Is a Second Egyptian Revolution Coming?

Egypt is a country of revolutions and coups. There is a constant dance between revolutionaries and the militias who enact coups after civil forces take power.
Will Qatar become an Arab Superpower?

Will Qatar become an Arab Superpower?

The Qatar crisis was initially considered a minor ideological conflict between the Muslim Brotherhood and Wahhabist Islam
Saudi Arabia and the UAE’s Proxy-War and the Humanitarian Crisis in Southern Yemen

Saudi Arabia and the UAE’s Proxy-War and the Humanitarian Crisis in Southern Yemen

A rivalry between Saudi Arabia and the UAE has emerged in southern Yemen, the winner of which stands to greatly strengthen its position in the international arena.
A safe zone in Syria: a renewed military crisis or a diplomatic solution?

A safe zone in Syria: a renewed military crisis or a diplomatic solution?

The establishment of safe zones in war-torn countries is supposed to entail a reduction in violence
Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’: A plan for peace, or destruction?

Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’: A plan for peace, or destruction?

Trump's ‘Deal of the Century’ bills itself as an effort at establishing peace between Israel and Palestine...
Boris Johnson, ‘Britain Trump’

Boris Johnson, ‘Britain Trump’

Boris Johnson recently became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by a majority vote of the Conservative Party, despite his spotty reputation.
The UAE leaves Saudi Arabia alone in Yemen

The UAE leaves Saudi Arabia alone in Yemen

Once Saudi Arabia’ key ally in Yemen war, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has seemingly parted ways with Riyadh, leaving North Yemen and calling for the independence of South Yemen
Exploring the Reasons for the Decline in America’s World Power

Exploring the Reasons for the Decline in America’s World Power

In a recent poll, the Gallup Institute revealed that US’ soft power has been on the wane since Donald Trump took office and continues to decline.
The Impact of the European Parliament Election on Iran’s Foreign Policy

The Impact of the European Parliament Election on Iran’s Foreign Policy

The results of the European Parliamentary elections held earlier this month astonished the world
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