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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.

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.

Iran’s Labor minister is forced to resign as the first victim of political rivalries and economic reforms.

Since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine War, Iran has come into prominence as one of the states that supports Russia through its discourse and votes in the UN.

The waged war to invade Ukraine by Russia created certain opportunities for Iran on the political and economic field, especially within the security ground.

Issues related to the Vienna talks and the desire to take advantage of the Russia crisis brought Iran and Qatar together. However, that may be a problem for Russia.

Raisi considers the steps towards the East as a strategic achievement for the country's foreign policy, while opponents criticize Iran's potential dependency on Moscow and Beijing.

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.