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(foreign policy of iranunder president hassan rouhandis first term (2013-2017

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Mahdi Ahouie is Assistant Professor of international politics, and a member

of the ‘Iranian Studies’ department at the Faculty of World Studies,

University of Tehran. He has received a PhD in international relations

from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

(IHEID), University of Geneva, Switzerland. He holds a Master’s degree

in the same field from the University of Geneva specializing in international

history and politics, and a BA from the School of International

Relations in Tehran. Ahouie’s main areas of research include Iran’s contemporary

history, Iran’s political geography, Iranian foreign policy, and

Middle East geopolitics.

Shahram Akbarzadeh is Convenor of Middle East Studies Forum and

Deputy Director (International) of the Alfred Deakin Institute for

Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University (Australia). He researches

Iranian foreign policy, regional politics in the Persian Gulf, and the role of

religion in international relations. He held a prestigious Australian Research

Council Future Fellowship (2012–2016) on Islam in Iranian foreign policy,

and a joint project on sectarianism in the Middle East sponsored by

Qatar Foundation. He is lead researcher on a project examining proxy wars

in the region, sponsored by Carnegie Corporation New York. He is the

co-author of The Politics and International Relations of the Middle East:

Crisis Zone (2018), editor of the Routledge Handbook of International

Relations in the Middle East (2019), and has a host of related papers in

International Politics, Middle East Policy, The Washington Quarterly, and

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first-hand data directly from the party concerned. At the same time being

well-settled in the European culture enables her to have an objective standpoint

on the analyzed matter.

Mehran Haghirian is a PhD candidate at Qatar University, and a researcher

and assistant director at the Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities and Social

Sciences. He is a graduate of American University’s School of International

Service in Washington, DC, with a master’s degree in International Affairs

and a research focus on Iran and the Persian Gulf region.

Nikolay Kozhanov is a research associate professor at the Gulf Studies

Center of Qatar University and Consulting Fellow at the Russia and

Eurasia Programme of Chatham House. His research focuses on the geopolitics

of Gulf energy, Russian foreign policy in the Middle East, as well

as Iran’s economy and international relations. Kozhanov holds his PhD in

economics from St. Petersburg State University (2010). He also has an

MA degree in Oriental Studies (2006, St. Petersburg State University) and

MA degree in Middle Eastern Studies (2012, University of Exeter).

Nikolay recent publications include Russia and the Syrian Conflict:

Moscow’s Domestic, Regional and Strategic Interests (2016) and Iran’s

Strategic Thinking: The Evolution of Iran’s Foreign Policy 1979–2017 (2018).

Alieu Manjang is a Gambian diplomat in Qatar and a graduate student at

the College of Public Policy at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. Before joining

diplomatic corps, Manjang worked in Qatar University as a Graduate

Teaching and Research Assistant. Manjang holds double masters: MA in

Gulf Studies (Qatar University) and MA in Public Policy in Islam (Faculty

of Islamic Studies, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar, 2012). He

obtained his BA in Journalism and Mass Communication from the

Al-Azhar University, Egypt (2009). His areas of interest include, foreign

policy (foreign policies of Gulf States toward Africa) and policy analysis

(education and family).

Wafa Sultana Mohiddin is an MA student and a graduate research assistant

in the Gulf Studies Program at Qatar University. Having a bachelor’s

in law, her research interests largely focuses on conflict resolution, regional

peace, and security studies in the Persian Gulf States.

Sergio I. Moya Mena is Coordinator of the Center for Middle East and

North African Studies at the School of International Studies at the National

University of Costa Rica. He is Professor of political science at theUniversity of Costa Rica. He received his BS in international relations and
theology from the National University and his PhD in philosophy from
the University of Costa Rica. His books include The Middle East: Image
and Conflict, Islamism in Tunisia: From Independence to the Rise of
Salafism, At Your Service oh Hussein: The Shiite Militias and the Fight
Against the Islamic State and Latin American Foreign Policies Towards the
Middle East.
Edward Wastnidge is Lecturer in politics and international relations at
the Open University, United Kingdom. Wastnidge’s research concerns the
politics and international relations of the Middle East and Central Asia,
focusing on Iranian foreign policy. His current work explores the
intersection of ideas and foreign policy, cultural and religious diplomacy,
and questions of identity in Iran’s international relations. His monograph,
Diplomacy and Reform in Iran: Foreign Policy under Khatami, was published
in 2016. Wastnidge is deputy director of the Sectarianism, Proxies
and Desectarianisation project (SEPAD), and co-editor of the Identities
and Geopolitics of the Middle East book series.
Luciano Zaccara is Research Assistant Professor in Gulf politics at the
Qatar University, Gulf Studies Center. He is also a visiting assistant professor
at the Georgetown University in Qatar, and director of the Observatory
on Politics and Elections in the Arab and Muslim World in Spain. He
obtained a BA in political science from National University of Rosario,
Argentina, and a PhD in Arab and Islamic Studies from Autonoma
University of Madrid, Spain. He has been also post-doctoral
fellow at
Autonoma University of Barcelona, a visiting researcher at Exeter University,
Institute for Arab and Islamic Studies, and a visiting researcher at Princeton
University, Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies. His research interests
are Iranian politics and foreign policy, Gulf politics, international relations
in the Persian Gulf, and electoral systems in MENA region.
Mahjoob Zweiri is the director of Gulf Studies Center. He is Associate
Professor of contemporary politics of the Middle East at Qatar University.
He was a visiting professor to School of Government & International
Affairs at Durham University. From March 2003 to December 2006 he
was a research fellow and then a director of the Centre for Iranian Studies
in the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at Durham
University. Zweiri has more than 60 publications in the areas of Iran and
Contemporary Middle East History and

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