NAM in Tehran

Since the Cold War’s end, the Non-Aligned Movement has fractured into a heterodox grouping whose members range from leftist regimes to conservative monarchies. Why does it survive, and what will Iran’s new three-year term at the movement’s helm mean for key members’ relations with the West?
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