TEPSA Brief: “The New Political Landscape of the Middle East: A New European Iran Strategy”, Ramin Forghani (CERE)

TEPSA is happy to present its new policy brief “The New Political Landscape of the Middle East: A New European Iran Strategy”, written by Ramin Forghani, a Doctoral Researcher within the Institute of Political Science, Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, University of Luxembourg.

Abstract:

In recent years the Middle East has experienced unprecedented political challenges. Opportunities for progress, however, have opened up as well. With a European perspective in focus, this brief explores three recent diplomatic innovations in the region: international efforts to address Iran’s nuclear ambitions, initiatives for the normalisation of regional relations with Israel, and the latest efforts to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Read the TEPSA brief