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The fact that Mahsa Amini, who lived in the Kurdistan province, was visiting Tehran at the time of her death caused the protests to be particularly intense in Iran’s predominantly Kurdish areas.

The supporters of the Israel-Lebanon Maritime Border Deal claim that the Deal will limit Iranian influence in the region. Nevertheless, Iran’s deep-rooted relationship with Hezbollah strengthens the possibility that the Deal will create opportunities for

The current crisis is expected to leave a significant and long-term impact on the future trajectory of the theocratic republic.

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

The target of the violent protesters and attackers is not focused on PM al-Kadhimi per se, but to conduct a wider attempt to ensure survival and continuous power.

Tehran's problems with the West, led by the USA and the absence of expected support from the East, has been caught unprepared for the recent regional developments.

Biden’s announcement to withdraw US troops from Iraq is contrary to the on-ground reality.

Despite Iran’s significant influence in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, Ebrahim Raisi will offer a limited difference in the foreign policy that is heavily dominated and controlled by the IRGC.

It is seen that the political career of Zarif, who is the strongest potential presidential candidate of reformers, has come to an end.

The expectations of the industrial sector, as a crucial dimension of the economy, are significant for the future terms in Iran which get closer to the election with the new year.

The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati, informed that the Central Bank will abandon the old policy understanding and implement more modern and reformist policies.