Iran’s Foreign Policy Outlook under New Administration

President Raisi was elected President of Iran at a time when the region is experiencing new geopolitical developments. Iran hopes to focus on its political development by advancing its security, bolstering its dwindling economy, and enhancing regional multilateralism for mutual benefits. Iran’s approach to foreign policy would not be hard-lined as expected, rather it would be based on progressive conservatism. Read More….

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