Search: Iran,West,Russia (4 materials)


... The answer to this question unequivocally depends on the prices of oil, fueled by the ongoing economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the West and worsening geopolitical situation. According to many western and eastern media, the forecasts about the future of the ... ... supply of oil exceeds demand for at least 1 million barrels per day. Making matters worse, the elimination of sanctions from Iran, will lead them to supply solid amount of additional oil to the world market. This will clearly push the prices of oil down....


Why the West, especially Europe, needs Russia

The West’s response to Russia’s actions in Ukraine has been to sanction and attempt to isolate Russia. The NATO-Russia Council, despite being a ... ... Ukraine and elsewhere. Those who disregard the possibility of cooperation with Russia outright ought to consider the case of Iran. The Iranian nuclear deal is a significant achievement towards regional and international security, and it would not have ...


The Iran Deal: A Template for Russia?

... (or thirty-two, or sixty-four). Will western sanctions on Russia (and Russian counter-sanctions) fizzle out like those on China after Tiananmen? Or does Russia face a long war of sanctions attrition? There is little logic to a long-term campaign of western sanctions on Russia. Like Cuba and Iran, Russia is far from the worst country in the world. It is much more democratic than China and much more free than Saudi Arabia. For that matter, it is much more free and democratic than either Cuba or Iran. Russia is no rogue state. Yet economically ...


Western Sanctions Against Russia: Means and Consequences

... but also because, taken together, they mark the beginning of a turnaround in Russia-West relations towards at least a cooling, if not outright deterioration, for an extended... ... President Barack Obama is under significant pressure at home for being indecisive towards Russia [25] . The only way to overcome this pressure is to increase the scope of the... ... cooling down policy would continue for at least the next three years. Sanctions and the Iranian nuclear dossier The matter of settling the Iranian nuclear problem within the...


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