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.
Considering the Revolution and its aftermath in Iran, it would not be wrong to argue that the social fault lines still continue to move. It seems that the social protests, which took place once every ten years, became more frequent and started to occur ev
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
Iranian society is a very protest community with the effect of historical and cultural reasons, and there is always a gap between the state and the people, so to speak.
As can be seen, there is a segment in Iran that strives for Mojtaba to gain ground in the eyes of the people by making him shine, so to speak, and for society to get used to him.