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Esfandiary on Why Iran’s Presidential Elections Matter

May 13, 2017 • Latest, What Experts SayComments (0)

Dina Esfandiary is a Fellow at the Centre for Science and Security Studies in the War Studies department at King’s College London, and an Adjunct Fellow in the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ (CSIS) Middle East Programme. Ms. Esfandiary’s research focuses on Persian Gulf security, Iran’s foreign relations, and relations between

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Er-Rafia on China’s OBOR and the Global Balance of Power

April 6, 2017 • What Experts SayComments (0)

Fatima-Zohra Er-Rafia is a lecturer at HEC Montréal and Polytechnique Montréal, a consultant, and an independent researcher. She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus on China and Japan. Dr. Er-Rafia specializes in cross-cultural management,


Liao on How OBOR Shapes China’s Foreign Policy

April 6, 2017 • What Experts SayComments (0)

Rebecca Liao is VP of Business Development and Strategy at Skuchain, a Silicon Valley startup that provides blockchain technology for the supply chain. She is also a writer and China analyst. Previously, she was the Director of Business Development and head

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Navigating Global Geopolitics Under Trump

December 13, 2016 • Concepts & Thoughts, What Experts SayComments (0)

by Dan Mueller Frankfurt–It appears that there is no end in sight to America’s post-election brouhaha. It has covered a whole range of issues with varying degree of sadness, entertainment, and shock. From stories about fake news to allegations of

A Look at Bonner’s Dīnawarī and the Sasanian Dynasty

September 15, 2016 • What Experts SayComments (0)

Book Review Toronto, Ontario–In today’s global geopolitical disorder, Iran is largely seen as a country that is bent on challenging the West and as an actor with its own hegemonic regional designs.