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Farzin Nadimi

Associate Fellow

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Farzin Nadimi, an associate fellow with The Washington Institute, is a Washington-based analyst specializing in the security and defense affairs of Iran and the Persian Gulf region. He has written previously for the Institute regarding Tehran's asymmetric naval warfare strategy.

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