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Mohammad Soltaninejad

Mohammad Soltaninejad is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of World Studies and visiting scholar at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Tehran, Iran. He obtained PhD in Regional Studies – Middle East Studies from University of Tehran. His main research interests are Iran’s foreign policy and international relations of the Middle Eastern and North African Countries. He has published about Iran’s nuclear issue, Iran-United States conflict resolution and Iran-India relations. He teaches on Iran’s relations with countries of Southeast Asia; security environment of the Middle East and North Africa; and politics and society in North Africa, particularly Egypt. He has published about civil-military relations in Egypt too. Prior to teaching, he was a research fellow at the Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies and continues to do research on Middle Eastern politics.

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