Iran: A Rising Middle East Power-Its Role, Ambitions, and Vulnerabilities
Over the past decade, Iran has emerged as a Middle East power with broad regional ambitious and substantial reach, during a turbulent period for many countries at the core of the Muslim world. Its nuclear program has fanned fears of destabilizing nuclear proliferation and further stoked crises in relations with the United States and its allies, and its activist policies as a rising Shi'a power has generated powerful pushback from regional Sunni regimes led by Saudia Arabia. A survey of the content regional state-of-play will suggest what may lay ahead.
Dr. Jerrold D. Green is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Pacific Council on International Policy in Los Angeles. He is also a Research Professor of Communications and Business at the University of Southern California.
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