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Jun 14, 2021


By: Adam Thomson

Rather than forever circling the wagons, NATO needs to develop its own ideas so that it can respond credibly to its adversaries’ proposals and restore its leadership role. As the alliance’s leaders gather this week, they must recognize that reviving the arms-control agenda is the key to members’ collective defense.

Dr.Amir Hooshang Mirkooshesh

Managing Director and Publishesr of Iranian Journal of International Relations


The preservation of various Iranian rituals is one of the signs of Iranians' attention to their ancient culture, which has persisted for many years despite many oppositions and obstacles. The rituals of Nowruz, Sizdeh Bedar and Chaahar-Shanbehe-Souri have remained throughout Iran's history and are celebrated every year by Iranians anywhere in the world.

April 14, 2022,

 By: Hal Brands

 Friedberg’s analysis also leads him to argue that Chinese President Xi Jinping isn’t a departure from his predecessors but just one more in a line of Leninists.That obscures the radicalness of some of Xi’s actions, including ending the term limits on the presidency,....

By Anna Reid

May/June 2022

On the evening of February 21, 2022, three days before Russian forces began the largest land invasion on the European continent since World War II, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an angry televised speech. In it, he expressed familiar grievances about the eastward expansion of NATO, alleged Ukrainian aggression, and the presence of Western missiles on Russia’s border.

Dr.Akram Salehi

Chief Editor of the Iranian Journal of International Relations

Possession of nuclear energy is a right which derives from public international law and all states have this right. Nevertheless, the threats caused by nuclear energy deviation, from serving humanity to producing and using deadly nuclear weapons, pushed the International Community to conclude a nuclear Non-Proliferation treaty.

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