IRAN/INDIA – Iranian Nuclear Scientist’s Assassination: Its Implications and Expectations from India (Manjari Singh, CLAWS)

While novel coronavirus is the persistent crisis that the world is facing, the assassination of a key Nuclear Physicist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in Iran on 27 November, has the potential to further aggravate the existing geopolitical churn in the Middle East. Given that, Fakhrizadeh, regarded as the head of the Iranian nuclear effort, was a critical asset to the country to achieve its nuclear programme, the fallouts of this targeted killing could be daunting!