Will India Help Iran Avert Sanctions-Related Medical Crisis?

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by Aveek Sen, Mojtaba Mousavi, and Udayan Tandan Zeinab, the mother of a four-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer, says that “Mina has been under medication for nearly five months. The doctor had prescribed her pills recently and Mina has… Continue Reading  

Europe Loses if the Iran Deal Collapses

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by Tarja Cronberg Iran is not the only loser if the Iran nuclear deal (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA) collapses. A collapse may be near given the U.S. exit from the deal, and U.S. sanctions not only… Continue Reading  

Iranian-Indian Energy Relations Under Sanctions

Narendra Modi and Hassan Rouhani (Narendra Modi via Flickr)

by Omid Shokri Kalehsar Since it has huge oil and gas reserves and is geographically quite close, Iran is ideally placed to provide energy to India, and thus the country is Iran’s second largest oil market after China. Even at… Continue Reading  

Terrorism in Chabahar

Suicide bombing in Chabahar (Tasnim)

by Kaveh L. Afrasiabi On December 6, Iran’s Chabahar port was the target of a terrorist attack when a vehicle laden with explosives was detonated in front of a police station, killing two and injuring more than 30 civilians. Although… Continue Reading  

The Effects of U.S. Sanctions on Iran’s Natural Gas Projects

South Pars field (Tasnim News Agency via Wikimedia Commons)

by Omid Shokri Kalehsar Iran holds the second largest natural gas reserves in the world. Despite this advantage, the country controls less than one percent of the world’s natural gas market. Nevertheless, Iran is the third largest gas producer and,… Continue Reading