The Internal and International Changes which Affecting on the Iranian Foreign Policy Towards the Arab Gulf Countries
1Arshed Muzahem Mejbel AL-Ghrairi
Iran has a distinct geographical location, special historical determinants, in addition to a diverse social environment, as well as a unique political system, which created several factors that affected and still affect the process of making its foreign policy, because of its repercussions, including what is negative and what is positive, and we through this research as we look with the most important variables parents for external affecting it. The importance of the research lies in the fact that the Islamic Republic of Iran is a country with a distinct regional position and has a clear influence in many countries in the region, whether Arab or non-Arab. Therefore, the importance necessitated studying the most influential actors in making its foreign policy.
Internal, international, variables Iran, foreign policy, Arab Gulf states