Saudi-Iran talks
Arab-Iran amity is a geopolitical reality

President Ebrahim Raisi’s visit to Riyadh and the Iran-Saudi Arabia relationship is fast acquiring a qualitatively new level of solidarity in the context of the Palestine-Israel conflict

Saudi Arabia and Iran take next step in re-establishing ties, exchange ambassadors

The Saudi and Iranian embassies had already resumed operations over the previous months. The developments are a result of an agreement in March which was brokered with Chinese mediation

Iranian President visits Latin America Iranian president visits Latin American countries in an attempt to strengthen multipolar world order  

Ebrahim Raisi is on a five-day state visit to Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua — Latin American countries that have been similarly affected by stringent US sanctions and hegemonic politics 

Iran proposes naval alliance in West Asia Iran proposes joint naval force in Persian Gulf with Saudi Arabia and other countries

While the details are not clear and no confirmation has been made by the other countries, the alliance is expected to be an alternative to the existing US-led naval force in the region with strong backing from China

Mapping Faultlines: Saudi-Iran deal, the Role of China, and a bewildered US

Former Indian diplomat M.K. Bhadrakumar and NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talk about the recent Iran-Saudi deal that was mediated by the Chinese and its implications for West Asia

Daily Round-up| Iran and Saudi Arabia reach agreement to establish relations & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Saudi-Iran agreement, a report on Iran supplying ammunition to Russia, and the BBC suspending Gary Lineker

Mapping Faultlines: Stopping IS in Afghanistan is in the interest of all regional players

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha discusses the implications of the blasts in Kabul which have led to over 85 deaths