Mohammad Pervez Bilgrami

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The deal, if implemented, could adversely impact India’s grand strategy in Iran.

A new situation is evolving for Iran as thousands of Afghan Hazara Shias are dying from safeguarding the Iranian interests in Syria, but the situation will become redundant in their homeland after the Taliban takes control of Afghanistan.

Zarif’s denunciation was a rare move by a member of the Iranian executive branch. It can be considered a tactical response by Tehran, which is displeased with New Delhi's growing closeness with Washington’s line against Iran.

The Chabahar Port project was portrayed as a symbol of India’s increasing strategic position in its relations with Iran as it was touted to be India’s gateway to Afghanistan and Central Asia.

With US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear deal, he has deserted both his old Western allies and new Eastern partners while triggering a new crisis in the Middle East.

The ambiguity between the rhetoric and action is a well-thought-out policy of Iran’s power brokers to manage both the constituencies.

Three years after India gained independence from the British, India and Iran established their diplomatic relations