This book examines the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of
Iran towards the states of the Persian Gulf from 1979 to 1998. It
covers perceptions Iranians and Arabs have of each other, Islamic
revolutionary ideology, the Iran/Iraq war, the Gulf crisis, the
election of President Khatami and finally the role of external
powers, such as the United States. The author argues that over the
twenty-year period, the policy has moved from being ideological to
pragmatic; and that by tracing its history, we can better
anticipate its future relationship.
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