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About Reyhaneh Noshiravani

Reyhaneh Noshiravani is a doctoral candidate at King’s College London studying Iranian foreign policy and Persian Gulf security. She holds a Masters degree in Middle East and Mediterranean Studies from King’s College London and is a graduate of Trinity College at the University of Toronto. 

Articles by Reyhaneh Noshiravani

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Iran deal: the view from Saudi Arabia

Iran’s adoption of an actively conciliatory foreign policy has set the stage for Iranian-Saudi cooperation and for further developments to take place.

Sanctioning Iranian oil

With increasing geopolitical instability in oil producing states and the barriers that stand in the way of reaching a multilateral policy, the threat of sanctions in Iran only serves to intensify uncertainty surrounding oil price forecasts for 2012
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