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Mani Mehrabi

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

 

Expert materials

US-Iranian conflict: the potential consequences of the great battle

US-Iranian conflict: the potential consequences of the great battle

US-Iranian conflict: the potential consequences of the great battle
America’s terrorist attack against Qassem Soleimani

America’s terrorist attack against Qassem Soleimani

Washington’s recent military operation in Iraqi territory against officials of both Iran and Iraq was a violation of the territorial integrity of both nations and an act of terrorism.
Conviction of Israel begins in the International Criminal Court

Conviction of Israel begins in the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court will soon file a suit to investigate Israel’s war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The question of Kurdish independence

The question of Kurdish independence

The Kurds have been playing a vital role in the geopolitical situation in the Middle East
Will Yemen secede?

Will Yemen secede?

The historic war between South Yemen and North Yemen has resumed, and the country is once again at risk of secession.
Iranian Kurds: separatists or pro-government?

Iranian Kurds: separatists or pro-government?

Kurds constitute 10% of Iran's population, generally residing along its western borders.
An Alliance with Qatar against Saudi Arabia

An Alliance with Qatar against Saudi Arabia

Although Qatar is a small country, it plays a prominent role in the international arena
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
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