Archive for the ‘Iran’ Category

Analysis of Climate Security Risks In Iran and Türkiye

Courtesy of The Council on Strategic Risks, a look at the climate security risks in Iran and Türkiye: As extreme weather this summer shows, no place is immune from climate change’s impact on the interconnected natural and human systems that underpin stability and security. Iran and Türkiye are two geopolitically critical countries that, despite not being […]

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Looming Climate Security Crises in Iran

Via Centre for Climate & Security, a look at how – as water runs dry in Iran – security and climate risks escalate: In Iran, projected climate change impacts through 2040 are on course to combine with poor governance and the impacts of international sanctions to jeopardize stability and regional security. Decades of isolation, corruption, […]

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Water Scarcity Could Help Nations Build Meaningful Relations With Iran

Via EuroNews, commentary on how water scarcity could help Brussels build meaningful relations with Tehran: The bigger picture that the EU needs to consider if it wants to devise an effective and comprehensive strategy towards Iran is one of a country facing a fundamental political, economic, environmental, societal, and demographic crisis, Cornelius Adebahr writes. July […]

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Iran Admits Afghanistan’s Acute Drought

Via MENA FM, a report on Iran’s acknowledgement of Afghanistan’s acute water stress: Iran’s energy minister said that after inspecting the Deh Rawood hydrometric station in Helmand province, it was confirmed that Afghanistan is facing a ‘serious’ drought. “Recently, our colleagues visited Deh Rawood hydrometric station in Helmand. This visit showed that the drought in […]

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Iran Warns of Caspian Sea’s Shrinking Coastline

Via Tasnim News, a report on climate change’s impact on the Caspian Sea: Iran’s mission to the UN office in Geneva warned that the Caspian Sea’s water levels have been dropping according to satellite images provided by the Iranian Space Agency. In a post on X, the Permanent Mission of Iran to the United Nations […]

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Iranian Delegation Visits Afghanistan to Discuss Water Rights Issue

Via The Frontier Post, a report on the ongoing discussions between Afghanistan and Iran over water: An Iranian delegation is on a visit to Kabul to hold talks with the Taliban officials on different issues, including water rights issues, an official said. According to Iranian media outlets, Naser Kenani, the spokesperson of Iran’s Ministry of […]

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