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Iranís Strategic Culture & Weapons of Mass Destruction: Implications of U.S. Policy
Iran’s Strategic Culture & Weapons of Mass Destruction: Implications of U.S. Policy
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 34
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756742048

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Anthony C. Cain (au). Discusses the relationship between Iranís strategic culture & weapons of mass destruction. Analyzes the relationship between the U.S. & Iran since 1979. After the Iranian revolution in 1979, foreign policy experts had trouble comprehending Ayatollah Khomeiniís Shiíi ideology & reacted with alarm when he acted to export his ideology to other Middle Eastern countries. Therefore, the U.S. focused on containing Iran until a regime change occurred. Since the election of Seyyed Mohammed Khatami to the presidency in 1997, signs from Iran point to possibilities for altering the tension between the two states. Analyzes options available to U.S. policy makers to help Iranís transition from pariah state toward a more moderate role in the Persian Gulf.

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