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Vol. 3 No. 3
2018
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After the Islamic Revolution in Iran, political Islam to enter the realm of practical politics, in addition to dealing with the development of philosophy, science and technology that the world has changed, with new issues and new methods of interpretation were met. These developments and new methods, political Islam, which relies on the interpretation of jurisprudence and jurisprudential tradition of Islam, severely threatened. Mohammad Taghi Mesbah Yazdi in stature as one of the leading representatives of this current of thought, in these conditions, with the emphasis on traditional jurisprudential scholars, to maintain the place of religion in social and political issues to emphasize the spiritual and worldly happiness. In this regard, addressing the issues of social, political, such as democracy, freedom and human rights and considers it necessary to explain them according to Islamic principles. In this paper, we try to take a methodology by Quentin Skinner, to better understand the views of Mesbah Yazdi, the religious-political analysis of the expression of opinion, interpretation of religion and its influence on the concepts of democracy, freedom and human rights in his political opinions we analyzed.
Ali Bagheri Dolatabadi - Seyyed Ahmad Mousavi
Keywords : religious interpretation, hermeneutics, Quentin Skinner, political opinions, Mesbah Yazdi
The Islamic Revolution of Iran is considered one of the most important revolutions in the world that influences other countries in the field of cultural diplomacy. One of the countries affected by the Iranian Revolution has been Afghanistan, which has deep political and cultural ties with Iran. This paper examines the cultural diplomacy of Iran in Afghanistan and its implications in this regard. The main question in this study is that how can the Islamic Republic of Iran, as a country with a great deal of civilized and cultural potential, as well as relying on its cultural diplomacy components, act in Afghanistan? In response, our main hypothesis is that "the Islamic Republic of Iran, having historic interests and creating new common interests in the field of cultural diplomacy over Afghanistan, can have profound effects on its own national interests." The research method used in this article is descriptive-analytical. It is also based on library studies. Reflecting on the cultural diplomacy, cultural diplomacy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the opportunities and challenges of realizing Iran's cultural diplomacy in Afghanistan are components of this paper. Finally, the opportunities and challenges of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the field of cultural diplomacy with the country of Afghanistan have been addressed. The important opportunities for the Islamic Republic of Iran in Afghanistan are to create commonwealth groups and advance the strategy of interdependence, and our most important challenges are the American military presence, religious differences, and the competition of other powers and ethnic issues in Afghanistan.
Alireza Kohkan - Mohammad Ali Rahimi Nejad - Saeed Gholami
Keywords : Iranian Islamic Revolution, Cultural Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, Iran, Afghanistan
Although many have tried to perceive the Islamic Revolution of Iran as one of the roots of other world-class revolutions and developments, in reality, their views are far from the truth, because their ideology is pure, out of the masses of the people and Most importantly, the leadership of Imam Khomeini (RA), along with that Iranian revolution, occurred when the international system enjoyed special bipolar conditions and almost all countries of the world in the blockade of the Cold War and in the security arrangements and Especially among the two American and Soviet poles, but what is really about is the emergence of a religious revolution and the establishment of a CIA system The international system based on Islam, not the only way to get rid of the domination taught people, elites, but also introduced a new path. The main question of the research is: What impact did the Islamic Revolution of Iran have had on the international system? And what effect does this have on the new paradigm in international relations in the bipolar space? And what has been the reaction of countries, especially world powers, to this paradigm?
Mahdi Abbasi
Keywords : Islamic Revolution of Iran, international system, new political discourse, religious government, resistance
Political legitimacy can be defined by the collective beliefs of members within a system and political sovereignty of the existence and continuity of the system or sovereignty. This belief and belief make each member subject to the exercise of power and compliance with political sovereignty. Thus, obedience to political power and politics becomes a normative, moral and logical matter, and no longer requires the exercise of power and authority. But in countries such as Iran, where ethnic heterogeneity is high and the lack of national integration as the main causes of insecurity and political instability, and its legitimacy is questioned, it can no longer be eliminated by reductive strategies. What contributes to the stability and stability of political systems in Iran is not the denial of distinct ethnic identities, but the legitimate construction of politics and the establishment of a national sovereignty in the true and complete sense. This would mean that if the political systems, if achieved by the legitimacy of society, do not even allow ethnic diversity and identity to endow its continuation and consolidation. In a society where power is not based on national will, the government will lack the legitimacy and will not be able to provide national interests and resolve the identity crisis, and the national government can, by relying on democratic institutions, easily be represented within, representing different ethnic identities (in the form of Citizens) and to pursue and safeguard the interests of the international community in the international system.
Roya Zamani - Babak Arsya
Keywords : National identity, legitimacy, political legitimacy, political sovereignty, Iran

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