Iranian flag flies above a city in Iran

Tehran Times: Iran-China partnership to be better for Iran in short run

Kurk Dorsey, professor within the Carsey School of Public Policy, believes that in the short run, the deal between China and Iran will be better for Iran than for China, because Iran will be able to sell its oil at a time of low demand. “In the short run, the deal between China and Iran will be... Read More

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