Iran’s relations with Arab states
Today, the Middle East is one of the world’s most sensitive regions. Ethnic Arab communities are among its oldest inhabitants, occupying a large part of it to this day.
During the past few years, the region has been witness to frequent revolutions and civil upheavals with bloody aftermaths.
As a non-Arab Middle Eastern country, Iran has always underscored the need for maintaining relations with regional states, including the Arab community.
In this edition of Iran Today, we examine the nature of Iran’s relations with Arab states.