Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

March 31, 2020

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Covid-19 is undoubtedly the biggest health crisis in our lifetime. Pundits around the world, but also a long list of policymakers from Washington to Abu Dhabi to Beijing, wonder about the long-term implications of this deadly pandemic. While there is plenty of speculation about how this crisis might re-balance global power dynamics, other foreign policy implications are more immediately tangible.</span></p>

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

March 31, 2020

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Covid-19 is undoubtedly the biggest health crisis in our lifetime. Pundits around the world, but also a long list of policymakers from Washington to Abu Dhabi to Beijing, wonder about the long-term implications of this deadly pandemic. While there is plenty of speculation about how this crisis might re-balance global power dynamics, other foreign policy implications are more immediately tangible.</span></p>

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

March 31, 2020

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Covid-19 is undoubtedly the biggest health crisis in our lifetime. Pundits around the world, but also a long list of policymakers from Washington to Abu Dhabi to Beijing, wonder about the long-term implications of this deadly pandemic. While there is plenty of speculation about how this crisis might re-balance global power dynamics, other foreign policy implications are more immediately tangible.</span></p>

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

Time for Tehran to reflect on the human cost of its attitude towards the world

March 31, 2020

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style="">Covid-19 is undoubtedly the biggest health crisis in our lifetime. Pundits around the world, but also a long list of policymakers from Washington to Abu Dhabi to Beijing, wonder about the long-term implications of this deadly pandemic. While there is plenty of speculation about how this crisis might re-balance global power dynamics, other foreign policy implications are more immediately tangible.</span></p>