The Overlapping Internal Struggle with Foreign Policy Issues in Iran

EPC | 02 May 2013

The Study concludes the following: 1. The struggle was and still a feature of the relations among the political forces in Iran since the rise of Islamic revolution; this struggle has created a fertile soil for breeding constant internal crises, 2. This struggle has overlapped with foreign policy issues, which denied the Iranian leadership the ability to settle most of the key foreign policy issues and left these issues part of the struggle among political movements, 3. The revolution/state duality, which was cemented by the Iranian constitution, will keep Iran in an unstable condition internally and in its international relations.

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