Iran: Domestic Crisis and Options for the West
What are the effects of Iran’s domestic crisis on the nuclear issue?
A new analysis by the Center for Security Studies (CSS) looks at policy options available for western governments.
Roland Popp, senior researcher at the CSS, argues that the weakening of the Iranian regime is unlikely to ease negotiations with Tehran over the nuclear issue.
You can download the paper here.
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