New systemic order and foreign policy strategies of the Islamic republic of Iran in the Middle EastAuthor(s):
Javid Karimi Nerbin and Hamid SarmadiAbstract:
The international system has characteristics that have a direct influence on the foreign policy of the countries. Among these, the systemic cycle of power is one of the most conspicuous features of the global system and the regions that affect this issue. In this vein, the systemic order resulting from the cycle of power in the strategic policy-making circle of units can play a limiting role and influence the type of strategy and strategy. The Islamic Republic of Iran is also one of the units of international order; hence, it is not exceptional. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine the order of the Middle east and, accordingly, to determine the strategy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in that region. Accordingly, it assumes that the regional order in the Middle East puts defense strategies, especially deterrence and passive defense, at the forefront of the strategies of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Middle East. So, the present paper, while explaining the order of the international system and the order of the Middle East region, designs the foreign policy strategies of the regions of the Islamic Republic of Iran.Pages: 04-11 | Views: 84 | Downloads: 11Download Full Article: Click Here
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Javid Karimi Nerbin, Hamid Sarmadi. New systemic order and foreign policy strategies of the Islamic republic of Iran in the Middle East. Int J Political Sci Governance 2021;3(1):04-11.