Soviet - phobia and it's role in the foreign policy of the Pahlavi II

Always explaining the dimensions and studying foreign policy of Iranian past governments is a way to determine the policy and area of decision-making for the future. By analyzing the foreign policy of the Pahlavi regime, this point comes to mind that Iran has had a constant fear of the Soviets and this kind of Soviet phobia plays an important role in the policies and strategies of its foreign relations. This article attempts to explain the factors and sources of Soviet phobia in the second Pahlavi regime and Describes its role in the foreign policy decision-making process. In this regard, by analyzing the subject by modeling and combining two theories of Marvin Zeonis' political psychology and James Rozna's theory of continuity, and by explaining the sources: person, role, structure of government, social structure, transnational factors or international system, the dimensions of Soviet phobia and its impact on the foreign policy decision-making process of Pahlavi II.In this article has been used  Descriptive-explanatory method.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Political Knowlwdge, Volume:15 Issue:1, 2019
29 - 54  
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