The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 17
Page No. 4224 - 4230

Iran’s Diplomatic Behavior from the Revolution until the End of the War

Authors : Hamidreza Kiasat and Mehrdad Afshooni

Abstract: The purpose of present study was to analyze Iran’s diplomatic behavior from the revolution until the end of the war with emphasizing on the point that any country makes its foreign policy based on its time and place statuses which faces. Iran is similarly changedwith regard to the changes and agreements. During the war for example, Iran’s foreign policy was idealistic. In the other words, value-oriented discourse in its radical created opportunities to meettransnational purposes in the fields of political influence, ideological unity and the formation of spheres of influence in regional and international levels. The purposes led to meetnational objectives and industrial-technological development, economic prosperity and in particular international reputation. After the revolution, thecommunity-based discourse was turned in to an special discourse for maintaining Shiite Islamic heart dueto war and defend the country’s territorial integrity and by this, the countries diplomacy behavior was shifted from one state to another. The behavior has been also investigated for other stages and periods.

How to cite this article:

Hamidreza Kiasat and Mehrdad Afshooni, 2016. Iran’s Diplomatic Behavior from the Revolution until the End of the War. The Social Sciences, 11: 4224-4230.

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