Growing Saudi-Israeli ties and as a result better ties between the Gulf States and Tel Aviv indicate that Iran’s security buffer might be compromised.

The regional order in the Middle East and South Asia is greatly changing. These changes seriously influence the interests of these three countries and their role-playing.

The Islamic Republic of Iran, which has spent an exorbitant amount of money on maintaining Bashar al-Assad’s power, is trying to preserve its influence in Syria.

Pakistan continues to pursue India-centric foreign and security policies and observes each incremental step in GCC-India relations with serious concern.

For the past years, Iran has made minimal but essential economic progress in Ghana, but much has not been written on its economic inroads in Ghana.