The Evolution of Iran's Foreign Policy: A Constructivist Analysis

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Title: The Evolution of Iran's Foreign Policy: A Constructivist Analysis
Creators: Moshir Zadeh, Homeira
Keywords: Iran
Islamic Revolution of 1979
Issue Date: 2005-11-22
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: Dr. Moshirzadeh presents her research as a Mershon Center Post-Doctoral Fellow. Following the Islamic Revolution of 1979, the foreign policy of Iran changed dramatically from a status quo pro-Western to a revolutionary anti-Western one. This change can be best understood on the basis of a significant identity change that was itself the result of discursive changes and the dominance of the “movement discourse” and the “movement identity” that had emerged in the course of the revolution.
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