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Hydropolitical self-organization theory; system dynamics to analyse hydropolitics of Helmand transboundary river Hydropolitical self-organization theory; system dynamics to analyse hydropolitics of Helmand transboundary river
The drivers are described according to two important historical phases. In this regard the authors introduce ‘primary’, ‘third party’, ‘national’, ‘regional’ and ‘state building’ drivers into the transboundary basin in order to define a mature system mechanism, called a ‘Hydropolitical Self-Organization (HSO)’ mechanism in the paper.
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Iran’s Relations with Saudi Arabia in Post-JCPOA Era Iran’s Relations with Saudi Arabia in Post-JCPOA Era
It seems that even after the signing of JCPOA, relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia will continue to be choppy.
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The Role of Energy in Iran-China Relations The Role of Energy in Iran-China Relations
The article investigates the role of energy in Iran-China relations. Theauthors' main argument is that energy and its secure supply is a determiningfactor in China's policy for developing relations with Iran.
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New Regionalism between Iran and Russia in Eurasia New Regionalism between Iran and Russia in Eurasia
Looking at some features of new regionalism theories,the present article aims at considering the role of such an approach in providing an appropriate framework in order to understand the regional cooperation between Iran and Russia in Eurasia.
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The Applicability of the Turkish Model in the Arab World The Applicability of the Turkish Model in the Arab World
Compared to Western liberal model and Salafi model, the Turkish model will have a better chance because of having components like the adaptation of Islam to democracy, successful liberal economic foundation - together with an independent commercial society, facilitating Turkey’s influence in the region - and strengthening relations with the West.
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Analyzing the Turkish-Iranian Relations from the Copenhagen School’s Point of View Analyzing the Turkish-Iranian Relations from the Copenhagen School’s Point of View
Over the recent years, Turkish-Iranian relations have been formed based on desecuritization of domestic and foreign issues. Turkey’s internal problems had extensively influenced Turkish foreign policy towards Iran in the past, since Turkish policy makers tried to attribute the threats of the Kurds and Islamists to foreign factors. However, in the first decade of the twenty-first century, this stra...
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Iran and the 2011 Arab Revolutions: Perceptions and Actions Iran and the 2011 Arab Revolutions: Perceptions and Actions
at least two perceptions exist among the officials of the Islamic Republic of Iran regarding these developments: first, the view held by the Supreme Leader that the Middle East developments are derived from the Islamic Revolution of Iran and are largely of a religious and Islamic nature, though they have been manifested through economic and social demands; second, the prevailing view held by the ...
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The Nature of Regime Change in the Arab World The Nature of Regime Change in the Arab World
Anachronistic governance or untimely governance has five key elements: backwardness of Arab governments compared with societies, unbalanced development, ignoring electronic politics, alienation of the educated and radical idealism. According to anachronistic governance, rulers of the countries in question launched big coalitions with the Western world in order to make up for the freedom deficit a...
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Iran’s China Policy; A Neglected Theme in the Field of Iranian Foreign Policy Studies Iran’s China Policy; A Neglected Theme in the Field of Iranian Foreign Policy Studies
The rapid pace of the Sino-Iranian cooperation during the recent years has drawn the attention of numerous academics and research centers all around the world. Seemingly, the Sino-Iranian relations emerged as an interesting subject of research for International Relations scholars in the early-1990s;
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A Comparative Study on Iran’s Islamic Revolution and Egypt’s Revolution A Comparative Study on Iran’s Islamic Revolution and Egypt’s Revolution
The present article looks into the similarities and differences between the Egyptian revolution of 25th of January 2011 and Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. This question may appear fitting to that of comparative politics and sociology of revolutions.
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