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More Pain but Not Gain: Productive and Unproductive Sanctions

*This blog is a part of a collaborative series in partnership with Economists for Peace & Secu

Iran Sanctions: Putting the ā€˜Eā€™ back in DIME

Sanctions targeting Iran’s ability to sell its oil and access the international banking system are beginning to bite, but a change of course by that country requires coordinated and sustained

Shadow Banks and the Economic Cliff of an Iran War

*The original post can be seen here, on lobelog.

Iran Oil Sanctions: A Race against Time

International economic sanctions designed to force the Iranian regime to prove that it is not seeking to develop militarized nuclear capacity by targeting the country’s oil exports will take

The Coming Turkish-Iranian Competition In Iraq

This report reviews the growing competition between Turkey and Iran for influence in Iraq as the U.S. troop withdrawal proceeds.