Proxies remain the primary component of Iran’s ‘forward defence’


Issue 1137 - 25 Nov 2021 | 1 minute read

The primary component of Iran’s forward defence strategy is the use of proxies to neutralise threats across adjacent borders – as in Iraq – or to create disruptive threats to divert attention away from the homeland, as in Yemen, Syria and Lebanon.

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