Ehsan Razani is a former guest researcher at the Middle East Institute for Strategic Studies. He is a PhD student in Security and Strategic Studies at the National University of Malaysia as well as a member of the Faculty of History and Political Science of Shahrood Islamic Azad University. Mr. Razani’s field of study is Iranian foreign policy, Middle East issues, and Chinese foreign policy studies.
He has published articles in Farsi in local prestigious journals as well as several books. His most recent research papers are: “China’s Post-Cold War Security Ties with Central Asian Republics,” (Caucasus and Central Asia Quarterly, 1); “The Shiite Crescent: Myth or Reality,” (Occasional Journal of Political Studies, 2 “The Consequences of the US Military Presence in Iraq on Iran’s National Security”, (Law Enforcement and Political Opinion, 1)