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Iran's most important strategic goal in the Horn of Africa is to penetrate the Red Sea outlet, which is perhaps the most important of the global waterways.

Since it is essential for France to neutralize its rival China in Iraq, limiting the China-Iran cooperation in the country and integrating Iran into the international community have been the main agenda of the meeting.

Consequently, Türkiye utilized its balancing impact in favor of Iran in the Maximum Pressure policy era, may facilitate that influence to contain Iran’s adventurism under the new conditions.

French ambitions in Iraq present various indicators towards a geopolitical balance of power and economic gains.

The divided Gulf region is witnessing new shifts in its approaches towards Türkiye and Iran with the emergence of post-COVID-19 economic implications and a weaker US military presence.

Changes in the trade policies of major powers such as the EU will undoubtedly have multiple implications for various countries, including Iran.

According to the publications by Iranian research institutes, a Taliban-led administration will pose a danger to Iran's national interests in the medium and long term.

If regional powers such as Egypt, Turkey, and Iran are unable to forgo their negligible disputes, a vast region will resemble a prodigious mismanaged Lebanon.

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

Turkey started a new process in the Mediterranean by its Libyan policies. As Turkey stops the Haftar’s forces attempting to capture Tripoli, it deterred the actors behind Haftar and renderred their policies futile.