About Nikolay Kozhanov

Nikolay Kozhanov is a Research Associate Professor at the Gulf Studies Center of Qatar University. He is also a Consulting Fellow at the Russia and Eurasia Programme of Chatham House. His research interests are focused on the geopolitics of the Gulf energy, Russian foreign policy in the Middle East as well as Iran’s economy and international relations. Nikolay 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). Dr. Kozhanov has been a visiting fellow at a number of leading international think tanks including Chatham House and the Carnegie Moscow Center. His recent publications include Russia and the Syrian Conflict: Moscow’s Domestic, Regional and Strategic Interests (Gerlach Press 2016); Iran’s Strategic Thinking: The Evolution of Iran’s Foreign Policy 1979-2017. (London, Berlin: Gerlach Press, 2018) and Russian Policy across the Middle East: Motivations and Methods (Chatham House 2018).
30 May, 2018

Russia and Iran after the U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA

Nikolay Kozhanov | 30 May 2018 | AR

The preservation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will play a key role in Moscow–Tehran relations. Currently, Russia is looking for options to offset the negative effect of Trump’s decision on Iran and the tenuous future of the nuclear deal.
Russia and Iran after the U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA2020-08-10T18:10:33+03:00
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