Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

March 17, 2020

<p class="font_8">The outbreak of a Russian-Saudi oil price war earlier this month might offer some comfort to Iran, a country which has in recent years become unnerved by the increasingly close ties between Moscow and Riyadh. However, it is premature to see an Iranian geopolitical win emerging from the Russian-Saudi spat, and history should give Tehran plenty of reservations about Moscow’s ability to deliver on its economic promises to Iran.</p>

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

March 17, 2020

<p class="font_8">The outbreak of a Russian-Saudi oil price war earlier this month might offer some comfort to Iran, a country which has in recent years become unnerved by the increasingly close ties between Moscow and Riyadh. However, it is premature to see an Iranian geopolitical win emerging from the Russian-Saudi spat, and history should give Tehran plenty of reservations about Moscow’s ability to deliver on its economic promises to Iran.</p>

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

March 17, 2020

<p class="font_8">The outbreak of a Russian-Saudi oil price war earlier this month might offer some comfort to Iran, a country which has in recent years become unnerved by the increasingly close ties between Moscow and Riyadh. However, it is premature to see an Iranian geopolitical win emerging from the Russian-Saudi spat, and history should give Tehran plenty of reservations about Moscow’s ability to deliver on its economic promises to Iran.</p>

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

Iran and Russia: A tale of unfulfilled economic potential

March 17, 2020

<p class="font_8">The outbreak of a Russian-Saudi oil price war earlier this month might offer some comfort to Iran, a country which has in recent years become unnerved by the increasingly close ties between Moscow and Riyadh. However, it is premature to see an Iranian geopolitical win emerging from the Russian-Saudi spat, and history should give Tehran plenty of reservations about Moscow’s ability to deliver on its economic promises to Iran.</p>