Power Structure and Values on the Behavior of Iranians By Content Analysis of Guilds Fotowwat-namas

Ali Ghanbari Barzian; Javad Nazari Moghadam; Majdi Behestani

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 9-30

  Abstract Development and finding a way to overcome the problems is a long-term obsession and one of the important challenges of Iran Especially after Islamic Revolution. After the Qajar era, the long distance of the Iranian nation and the great powers in terms of development has raised questions for ...  Read More

The Political Movement of Nizari Ismailies and its Relation with Iranian National Identity and Farsi Language

Habib allah Fazeli

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 31-52

  Abstract The formation of the Ismaili movement is rooted in the political-religious disputes of first two centuries of the Islamic history over the succession issues. The Ismail’s Fatimid could create big government in the form of an empire and for the first time have challenged Baghdad state (Caliphate). ...  Read More

New Middle Class and Democratic Culture in Iran (Case Study: University Professors and Secondary School Teachers in Hamedan)

Ghadir Bhmani Taraz; Abolfazl Delavari

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 53-78

  Abstract Lots of theorists and researchers, especially in the last few decades, have emphasized on the relationship between the democratic political system and new middle class size from one hand, and degree of Democratic values and Orientation among the members of this class. Also it is widely believed ...  Read More

The Role of new Social Networks in the Egypt 2011 January 25 Revolution and the Ongoing Crises

Abo Mohammad Asghar Khani; Fatemeh Ghorbani; Mehrdad Halal Khor

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 79-112

  Abstract The new mass communications technology, such as social media and network, began a different era for spectrum of political discourses in the term of contents, dealing with crises and influences on the recent surroundings. Usage of these devices and technologies could change the style of promotion ...  Read More

The Syrian Crisis and Saudi Arabia’s Regional Policy (2011 - 2014)

Ali Reza Kooh kan; Saei Tajari

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 113-128

  Abstract   With the onset of the political crisis in Syria, regional and trans-regional actors began to adopt different stances according to their interests in relation to this country which has a special geopolitical and geostrategic importance in the Middle East. Meanwhile, continuous efforts ...  Read More

Political Economy of Energy Pipelines in Central Asia and Caucasus

Hadi Ajili; Mohammad Reza Bahador Khani

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 26-26

  Abstract Central Asia and Caucasus has been a core of concentration for great powers for a long time. In Soviet Union era, due to the Russia’s domination on the region foreign access was limited. After the collapse of Soviet Union and independence of Central Asia and Caucasian countries, the gap ...  Read More

The Process of Integration in Latin America from the Perspective of the Theories of International Relations

Elham Rasoli Sani Abadi

Volume 3, Issue 10 , February 2015, Pages 1-22

  Abstract The main goal of this paper is the explanation of the integrations process in Latin America from International Relations Perspectives. These perspectives are realism and liberalism from the Main Stream and constructivism from reflectivist theories. So, in the first section of this paper we explain ...  Read More