Iran-Israeli Relations: Is Military Conflict Inevitable? Part 2
A number of international experts believe that after the PLO occurred on the official level in IRI the Iranian leadership had taken the posture of promoting international terrorism, creating further threats to peace. At the same time appeals to wipe out “a cancer” started to be heard. The spell was first voiced by Ayatollah Hamejni, […]
How Inevitable is Military Conflict between Israel and Iran? Part 1
The last period confrontation between the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) and Israel has become a stable tendency to exacerbate with sometimes threats of using military force and has a considerable impact not only on bilateral relations between these countries, but on the situation in the region in general. News agencies reported on June,15 that […]
Iran-Azerbaijan: Conflict or Friendship?
Iranian-Azerbaijani relations have seen hard times in recent years. They were at their worst when Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev declined to participate in the August 2012 Non-Aligned Movement summit that was held in Tehran. The two countries’ leaders have gradually begun taking steps to ease the tension in their relations. For example, two Azerbaijani poets […]
Russia and Iran: the Importance of Friendly Cooperation
For a variety of objective and subjective reasons, the multi-vectored relations between Russia and Iran have been breaking down in recent years. Why is that? We have been so carried away by the international sanctions against Iran’s unproven nuclear ambitions that we not only ended much of our military-technical cooperation with Iran, we also hurt […]