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Abolghasem Bayyenat

Abolghasem Bayyenat is an independent political analyst and a current Ph.D candidate of political science at Syracuse University .

Prior to that he completed an MA degree in international relations at the University of Tehran and another MA in international peace studies at the University of Notre Dame.

He has worked for several years as researcher for Iranís Institute for Trade Studies where he covered international and domestic trade regimes as part of a project dealing with the accession of Iran to the World Trade Organization. As part of his job, he was also involved in international trade negotiations at both regional and bilateral levels.

His non-academic articles on Iran's foreign policy and domestic politics have featured in a dozen of newspapers and online journals.He has recently launched his weblog www.irandiplomacywatch.com where he coveres Iran's foreign policy developments on a regular basis.

Author's website: Iran Diplomacy Watch


 
The meaning of Rouhani's electoral victory for Iran's foreign policy
International - 3/07/2013
Iran's nuclear issue in light of its presidential election
International - 17/06/2013 - 1 comment
Western economic sanctions and Iran 's survival strategy
International - 21/01/2013 - 3 comments
The battle of logics: Iran and Western nuclear positions
International - 16/07/2012 - 2 comments
Future of nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1
International - 20/04/2012 - 9 comments
The growing resilience of Iranís nuclear program
International - 29/02/2012 - 5 comments
Iran and its multiple diversions
International - 7/02/2012 - 5 comments
IAEA credibility and Iranís nuclear program
International - 17/11/2011 - 16 comments
US sanctions and Iran's economic realities
International - 19/08/2011 - 1 comment
Closer Iran-Pakistan partnership and its implications for the United States
International - 27/07/2011
Pride in the future: the politics of Iran's space program
International - 8/07/2011 - 11 comments
U.S. policy towards Bahrain and the Iran factor
International - 10/06/2011 - 1 comment
Iran-Pakistan relations in light of popular uprising in Bahrain
International - 3/05/2011
Strategic implications of Iran's naval presence in the Mediterranean sea
International - 2/03/2011 - 4 comments
No time for celebrating victory over Iran
International - 21/01/2011 - 2 comments
Iran and nuclear weapons
International - 7/01/2011 - 6 comments
ECO and its future as a non-Arab regional bloc
International - 5/01/2011



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