ir9Glen Segell (DPhil, FRGS)
(Professor at the University of Cambridge, and Visiting Professor and Research Fellow in the Department of Political Studies and Governance at the University of the Free State, South Africa. He is also Research Fellow at the Ezri Center for Iran & Gulf Studies, University of Haifa, Israel, and Editor of The Middle East Tracker and The London Security Policy Study. He is a Member of the Executive Committee of the Western Galilee College and serves as an Executive Advisory Board Member of the International Political Studies Association Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society. He holds the rank of Brigadier-General (Reserves) and is an expert for NATO STO)

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Iran interferes in the domestic affairs of other states in four distinct ways, sometimes a combination of these. I sum them up as Ideological affinity, Strategic convergence, Political expediency, and Transactional value. There are common elements as each has ideological, strategic, political, and logistical dimensions. .... Read more

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