About Fatima Al Smadi

Fatima al-Samadi is a Jordanian scholar who specialises in Iranian politics. Al-Samadi is currently a principal researcher at the Al-Jazeera Center for Studies, where she supervises studies on Iran. She received her doctorate degree in Iran and her thesis discusses feminist tropes in Iranian cinema. Al-Samadi served as an assistant professor of Journalism and Media at the University of al-Zarqa’ and an assistant professor at the Middle East University Media department. Her publications include books and articles, namely “Political Movements in Iran”, “Women in the Midst of Politics”, “The US-Iranian Rapprochement: the future of Iran’s Role”, “Iran and the Arabs” (co-author), and “The Islamic State: Its Origins, Influence and Future”.
6 Jul, 2021

Iran and the Gulf Dialogue: Does Raisi’s Call for “Collective Security” have any chance of success?

Fatima Al Smadi | 06 July 2021 | AR | TR

Despite a relatively fixed outline defining the Islamic Republic’s foreign policy regardless of its president’s political leanings since the Islamic Revolution, there are nonetheless fundamental observable differences across the successive eight political administrations in [...]

Iran and the Gulf Dialogue: Does Raisi’s Call for “Collective Security” have any chance of success?2021-08-03T15:00:31+03:00
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