Iran's Regional Project
With the importance of the current nuclear negotiations between Iran and Western countries, and whether the previous agreement is revived or a new agreement is concluded, it is inaccurate to reduce the Arab Gulf countries’ concerns to the nuclear issue. It is true that they represent a huge threat, but if Iran exceeds the nuclear threshold, it will be a very dangerous development not only for the Gulf States, but for the entire regional security. This article focuses on the project that was established, its objectives, and, most importantly, its impact on regional and global security.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk, Senior Research Fellow