Use of Chemical Weapons: Backgrounds and Outlooks

The Center for Strategic Research hosted a scientific seminar on the “Use of Chemical Weapons: Backgrounds and Outlooks,” on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The event was attended by scholars and experts on the issue of chemical weapons from Iran
Iran Finds Common Grounds with the 'BRICS'

BRICS is an acronym for the powerful grouping of the world’s leading emerging economies, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. When South Africa joined BRIC economic bloc in 2010, it became as BRICS. As suggested by some, if
A delegation from Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) Visited Foreign Policy Research Department of the CSR

A Delegation from Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) participated in a session held in the Foreign Policy Research department of the CSR on 5 November 2012. In this session, first Dr Mahmood Vaezi, the head of Foreign Policy Research
The New Egypt: A Potential Ally

Iran and Egypt are set to restart bilateral relations after more than three decades of animosity. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his first phone call to the newly-elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said that Iran will place no limits
Strategic Report    Libya Developments and the Doctrine of Responsibility to Protect
Developments in Libya as a result of recent popular uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa followed by the adoption of resolutions 1970 and 1973 by the United Nations Security Council which paved the way for massive airstrikes by Western ...

Strategic Report    Changing US Strategy in Afghanistan and their Security Consequences for the Region
The Foreign Affairs Quarterly has written a critical article on the US strategy in Afghanistan: preventing empowerment of Taliban in South Pashtunistan region of Afghanistan. It argues that the US goal has not been achieved because the US and ...

Strategic Report    Composition and Distribution of Power at the United Nations Security Council in 2011 and Iran’s Strategic Considerations
The UN Security Council is the most important organ of the United Nations with primary responsible for the Maintenance of international peace and security. With 5 permanent and 10 non-permanent members, the council is an organ for making the ...

Strategic Report    European Union and the Arab-Israeli Issue: Approaches and Dimensions
The issue of the Middle East peace has been among the most important problems related to international peace and security during the past 60 years. Important international players have taken different approaches and shown different reactions ...

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