Understanding the Revitalization of Russian-Iranian Relations

Nikolay Kozhanov
Content Type
Working Paper
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The intensity of Moscow's current contact with Tehran is unprecedented in Russia's post-Soviet history. Both the Russian and Iranian authorities are determined to create a solid foundation for bilateral dialogue, and their dedication to deepening ties is largely determined by their geopolitical interests. Yet despite the potential for improvement, there are serious obstacles that may hamper or even halt cooperation.
Political Geography
Russia, Iran, Moscow