Relations Between Iran and The West – Path To A New Era From 2021
April 27, 2021 – 00:17 | No Comment

An overview of the current state of relations between the West and Iran and the outlook for improved relations
Dr Seyed Salman Safavi
First, I will discuss the current state of the relations between Iran and the …

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The Religious Foundations of the Edicts by Shi’ite Jurists Prohibiting Weapons of Mass Destruction
June 18, 2014 – 03:05 | No Comment
The Religious Foundations of the Edicts by Shi’ite Jurists Prohibiting Weapons of Mass Destruction

 The following is a summary of a paper presented by Ayatollah Abolqasem Alidoost at the conference on “Nuclear Jurisprudence” in Tehran March 2014

Introduction
Weapons of mass destruction (WMD) are a relatively new phenomena in international affairs, and …

The United States of America and Iran’s Periphery in 2011
April 2, 2012 – 21:10 | No Comment
The United States of America and Iran’s Periphery in 2011

 
Tahmoures Gholami
International Peace Studies Centre – IPSC
Abstract:
2011 began with the turmoil of the Arab Spring in the Middle East. These events altered circumstances in the region, and forced the United States, the world power with …

The Mechanisms of Organizing Peace and Balance in the Persian Gulf Region
May 5, 2011 – 02:23 | No Comment
The Mechanisms of Organizing Peace and Balance in the Persian Gulf Region

 
Zohreh Poustinchi
University of Tehran and IPSC, Iran
 
 
Abstract:
            Regional security is a function of stability and balance of power. When it comes to regional balance, normative constructs and indicators are of particular importance.  As might be …

Regional Security Semiotics of Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign Policy
March 1, 2011 – 02:15 | No Comment
Regional Security Semiotics of Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign Policy

Ibrahim Mottaghi
University of Tehran and IPSC, Iran
 
Abstract
            Regional security semiotic has a discursive orientation and characteristic. Overall, national security discourses are shaped around linguistic, conceptual, perceptional, contextual, and analytical signs. Theoretically, this paper accepts and …

The Active Role of the Iranian Geo-strategy: The Persian Gulf as a ground for Hot Debate
July 23, 2010 – 01:43 | No Comment
The Active Role of the Iranian Geo-strategy:  The Persian Gulf as a ground for Hot Debate

Mahmoud Haidar
The Delta Centre for In-Depth Research – Beirut

Abstract
Any talk on and about Iran, 30 years after the Iranian Revolution, assumes raising the level of discussion to the status that this country occupies a heavy …