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Iran was defeated by Iraq in a brutal eight year war that ended in July 1988. This work sets out Iran's national security policy in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf wars, the disintegration of the USSR, and the end of the Cold War. Without minimizing the potential threat of Iran's armament policies, it identifies areas where Iran may be amenable to influence and dialogue.
Shahram Chubin analyzes Iran's rearmament program and its strategic implications for the region. Purchase Information.
Iran's National Security Policy : Capabilities, Intentions and Regional Politics. By (author) Shahram Chubin. Format Paperback 120 pages. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Iran's national security policy. intentions, capabilities, & impact. Published 1994 by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, . Iran is now embarked on a major rearmament program which has alarmed its neighbors and caused much concern in Washington. How dangerous is the Iranian military build-up and what are the strategic objectives of the Islamic regime? This book addresses these important issues in the context of the dangerous, perplexing and ever changing regional politics of the Persian Gulf. Related epub fb2 eBooks: Global Security Watch―Iran: A Reference Handbook (Praeger Security Internat.
Shahram Chubin, Iran's National Security Policy: Capabilities, Intentions and Impact (Washington, DC: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1994), 15. 2. Eric Hoffer, The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1951), 58-9. 3. Kenneth Katzman, The Warriors of Islam: Iran's Revolutionary Guard (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993), 38. 4. Ibid. 38. 5. Mohsen Milani, "Shi'ism and the State in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran," in Iran: Political Culture in the Islamic Republic, eds.
Iran’s National Security Policy. Capabilities, Intentions, and Regional Politics. Defense & Security. Global Governance & Politics. By Shahram Chubin April 1, 1994. This book address these important issues in the context of the dangerous, perplexing and ever changing regional politics of the Persian Gulf. Middle East & North Africa. Policy Entrepreneurship.
Like Kemp, Chubin takes seriously the policy differences between Iran and the West, but is not particularly impressed with Iran's military capabilities. The Iranian economy is in such bad shape that eventually Iran will be obliged to abandon its hard-line policies and seek some assistance from those it now attacks