Foreign Policy of Iran

Pak-Iran Intellectuals Forum (PIIF) presents History of Human Rights Violation in Indian-held Jammu and Kashmir

Report prepared by Dr. Muhammad Akram Zaheer for the Pak-Iran Intellectuals Forum Since 1947, Article 370 has given Jammu and Kashmir a semi-autonomous constitutional status. Under its provisions, the region has freedom in all matters except its legislature, constitution, flag and communications, foreign affairs and defense. Ending this status is a fresh attempt to eradicate

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Iranian Politics

Washington is Eyeing on Tehran: Dr. Akram Zaheer

Some months ago ago, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman demonstrated the Biden administration’s magical thinking about Iran at the House of International Students. State Department spokesman Ned Price insisted last week that there was a deadline for talks, but failed to say whether it would be in one day or five years. Meanwhile, Iran’s

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Gulf States

Iranian Policy towards the Persian Gulf States Seems to be Influenced by its Religious Ideology and National Interests: Dr. Akram Zaheer

Since the Shah’s regime, Iran has portrayed herself as a strategic independent state in the Middle East, particularly in Persian Gulf due to her demography, strategic location, and resources. Post-Islamic Revolution Ayatullah Khomeini promoted the idea of strategically independent Iran and efficiently transformed the state from being marginalized in the region to an assertive geopolitical

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