Manal Lotfy in London's Articles

Tensions are increasing in the Middle East with the return of the “shadow war” between Iran and Israel and no progress on the nuclear talks with Tehran.

Fears are growing within the Iranian elite that the regime’s current trajectory is increasingly putting Iran on a collision course with the West, writes Manal Lotfy

Fears are growing within the Iranian elite that the regime’s current trajectory is increasingly putting Iran on a collision course with the West, writes Manal Lotfy

Khamenei seeks to rearrange the security apparatus and political narrative to end protests, writes Manal Lotfy

Political criticism and mutual accusations still dominate World Cup headlines.

Those protesting against the regime in Iran may have regional and international backers, but the latter are not necessarily their friends.

The world order is changing, China cannot be ignored, and the Ukraine war must end were three takeaways from this week’s G20 group of countries meeting in Bali, writes Manal Lotfy

Relations between the US and Iran have reached a new low as a result of regional and international developments, threatening any new nuclear agreement with Tehran, writes Manal Lotfy

The appointment of Rishi Sunak as the new British prime minister is a historic moment for the UK, but he faces momentous problems before him.

New UK Prime Minister Liz Truss is said to be considering moving the British Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem as part of a search for free-trade deals.

Excessive use of violence has failed in Iran, but concessions scare hardliners

The weakening of Russian President Vladimir Putin has left the West with a dilemma on the war in Ukraine, though the fluidity of the annexed areas could reduce a nuclear option.

Four eastern provinces of Ukraine could be formally annexed to Russia at the end of this month following this week’s referendums.

Iran is facing growing internal restlessness with increasing restrictions on personal freedoms and a deepening economic crisis.

Britain’s new Monarch King Charles III inherits a kingdom that is less admired, less prosperous, and less united than it was during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, writes Manal Lotfy

The UK has a new leader in new Prime Minister Liz Truss, but can she unite a divided nation and ruling Conservative Party, asks Manal Lotfy

The prospect of a new nuclear deal with the West is enhancing coordination between Tehran and its regional rivals,.

With a string of successes to its credit in Washington, the attention of the US administration is now turning to the nuclear deal with Iran, writes Manal Lotfy

EU negotiators are awaiting political decisions in Washington and Tehran after submitting a final text of the nuclear deal with Iran, writes Manal Lotfy

Tehran’s admission that it has the technical capability to produce a nuclear bomb has been alarming to the regional and world powers.

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