Iran in an Emerging New World Order

Iran in an Emerging New World Order

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On April 22, 2022, the Iran 1400 Project spoke with Dr. Ali Fathollah-Nejad about his recent book Iran in an Emerging New World Order: From Ahmadinejad to Rouhani. Dr. Fathollah-Nejad presented his book by summarizing each chapter, touching on topics from Iran’s state-society complex to the country’s “Look to the East” policy. His presentation expertly described and interpreted Iran’s recent foreign policy while analyzing the role that it has played within geopolitics. In the Q&A portion of the event, Dr. Fathollah-Nejad provided elaborate responses to a wide range of questions. He described the power structure of the Iranian elite, pondered Iran’s relationship with a bipolar or multi-polar order, and outlined how his book could be used as Iranians contemplate what future they desire for their country.


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Dr. Ali Fathollah-Nejad is Founder and Director of the Center for Middle East and Global Order, a Berlin-headquartered think-tank devoted to exploring transformations and promoting a foreign policy that reconciles interests and values. The German–Iranian political scientist focuses on Iran, the Middle East, and the post-unipolar world order. He is also a McCloy Fellow on Global Trends of the American Council on Germany, as well as an Associate Fellow with the American University of Beirut’s Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs.

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