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Revolutionary Iran And The United States

Author : Assoc Prof Shahdad Naghshpour
ISBN : 9781409489375
Genre : Religion
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A unique and major contribution to the scholarly and policy debate on American foreign and economic policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran. A volume that will be of interest to scholars and policy makers who struggle to understand the complex rivalry between these two nations and wish to analyze the Iranian/American relationship since 1979. Authors frame the conflicted relationship between Iran and the United States as a low intensity conflict, embodying elements of superpower gamesmanship, insurgent tactics and economic warfare. Revolutionary Iran and the United States is unique in its approach by exploring how diplomatic, military, and economic weapons are employed to bolster each nation's strategic and tactical advantage. This analysis encompasses the political, military, and economic facets of the rivalry.

Iran Israel And The United States

Author : Jalīl Rawshandil
ISBN : 9780313386978
Genre : Political Science
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Providing an unbiased analysis of the past, present, and future of the hostile relationship between Iran, Israel, and the United States, this book presents an up-to-date discussion of the security implications for each of the two states as well as the entire region. * Illustrates the complex relationship between Iran and Israel though an examination of historic events * Provides a comprehensive bibliography of significant materials from the fields of history, politics, and international relations * Includes an index of subjects, names, places, events, and related issues

The United States And Iran

Author : Rouhollah K. Ramazani
ISBN : 0030490014
Genre : Iran
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Iran And The United States

Author : Richard W. Cottam
ISBN : 9780822974390
Genre : Political Science
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Richard Cottam served in the U.S. embassy in Tehran from 1956 to 1958 and was consulted by the Department of State during the 1979 hostage crisis. This book draws upon his expert personal knowledge of Iranian politics to describe the spiraling decline of U.S.-Iranian relations since the cold war and the political consequences of those years U.S. policy, he argues, is flawed by ignorance, inertia, the tenacity of a cold war mentality, a quixotic tilt toward Iraq, and the blatant inconsistency of the Reagan administration's arms-for-hostages scheme that produced the Iran-contra scandal.

Tehran Rising

Author : Ilan Berman
ISBN : 0742549054
Genre : History
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Iran is the most significant current threat to the United States, the Middle East, and the West. As the evidence demonstrating this threat mounts, one thing remains clear to Ilan Berman Washington is woefully unprepared to deal with this mounting peril. Berman's approach is hard-hitting, provocative, alarmist, and unflinchingly critical. But he takes the indictment of Iran one step further providing what has been missing so far in the foreign policy discourse regarding Iranboth within the U.S. government and outside itpolicy prescriptions designed to contain Iran's strategic ambitions.

Treacherous Alliance

Author : Trita Parsi
ISBN : 0300120575
Genre : Political Science
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U.S. foreign policy expert Trita Parsi untangles the complex and often duplicitous relations among Israel, Iran, and the United States.

Iran And The United States

Author : Seyed Hossein Mousavian
ISBN : 9781628927603
Genre : Political Science
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Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2014 Scores of books have been written by Western experts, mainly American, looking at the root causes of the conflict between Iran and the US. However, none of them have presented an inside look at this complex relationship from within the Iranian culture, society, and most importantly, the Iranian policy-making system. This gap has been the cause of misperceptions, misanalyses, and conflict, followed by the adoption of US policies that have failed to achieve their objectives. Seyed Hossein Mousavian worked for over 30 years on diplomatic efforts between Iran and the West, serving in numerous official posts, and as a confidante, colleague, and peer to many former and current high ranking Iranian officials, including now-President Hassan Rouhani and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. Here the former diplomat gives an insider's history of the troubled relationship between Iran and the US. His unique firsthand perspective blends memoir, analysis, and never before seen details of the many near misses in the quest for rapprochement. With so much at stake, the book concludes with a roadmap for peace that both nations so desperately need.

The Iran United States Claims Tribunal

Author : Richard B. Lillich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105062294140
Genre : Law
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Written for lawyers and other legal scholars, this book may be tough slogging for nonspecialists but is worth the effort. A fair and judicious presentation of the tribunal s work, it demonstrates how the fallout from even the most explosive interstate confrontations can be cleaned up, in part and post facto.Foreign Affairs, July/August 1998Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

The Iran United States Claims Tribunal

Author : Charles Nelson Brower
ISBN : 9041106278
Genre : Law
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The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal is arguably the most significant arbitral institution of the twentieth century. Although the completion of its last few cases could take a long time, the Tribunal's impressive work must be made available now as a guide to the resolution of ongoing disputes and for future tribunals. The Tribunal has, by this point, disposed of well over 98 percent of its caseload. Little more remains for its participants to learn, but the Tribunal shows no signs of fading away. Both of the two States Parties, for different reasons, see greater advantage in the Tribunal's prolongation than in its elimination. The authors have succeeded in dealing with all of the most deserving Tribunal subjects. Moreover, their intimate involvement in and knowledge of the Tribunal ensure that their book is a fascinating, important, and indispensable contribution to the literature of International Law. This is a definitive book on a monumental event in the law and in history at the close of a century. "The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal" was awarded the ASIL Certificate of Merit.

The Iran United States Claims Tribunal

Author : Rahmatullah Khan
ISBN : 0792306333
Genre : Law
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The record of the International Court of Justice & its predecessor, the old Permanent Court of International Justice, extends back now for about three quarters of a century. During that time the Court has been transformed from a Western (Eurocentric) tribunal in terms both of its judges & also the disputes it was called on to resolve, to an institution broadly representative of the layered, pluralistic world community of today. This is reflected in the fiercely contested battles for election to the Court or the regular triennial elections, & also in the angry denunciations of the Court as a 'political' tribunal rendering 'political' decisions, launched by some national foreign Ministry spokesmen in reaction to Court judgments involving their own states or what they consider as their own vital interests. Within the Court's ranks in recent years there has been a marked philosophical division between those judges (usually from Western or Western-influenced states) who have sought to maintain traditional positivist, strict construction ('neutral') approaches, & those who would in American legal Realist-style, essay a more frankly critical, liberal activist role in the up-dating or re-making of old legal doctrines inherited from earlier eras in international relations. The intellectual-legal conflicts within the Court are canvassed in some of the major political-legal cases of recent years ( South West Africa & Namibia; Nuclear Tests; Western Sahara; Nicaragua v. US ). The contemporary role of the Court & its relation to & cooperation with other principal United Nations (especially the General Assembly) organs, in World Community problem-solving, are fully explored, in terms of the potential problems but also the opportunities & challenges for the Court & its judges today in an historical era of transition & rapid change in the World Community.

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