نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
علوم سیاسی (گرایش مسائل ایران)، گروه علوم سیاسی، دانشکده علوم اداری و اقتصادی، دانشگاه فردوسی مشهد
عنوان مقاله [English]
The first channel of international socialization is "foreign policy". The agents of foreign policy by presenting international norms in domestic assemblies with the aim of internalizing them are leading their governments towards "socialization". State socialization is one of the transnational tools for the development of countries, but sometimes foreign policymakers take a non-social approach. The most important consequence of socialization, especially for developing countries, is the acceleration of the development process. One of the structural causes of the socialization of states is "foreign policy"; because the structure of foreign policy defines a set of guidelines, principles, and epistemological rules for foreign policymakers which can be a factor or an obstacle to international socialization. The idea of linking international socialization and development with a focus on foreign policy, which will be a new window into development studies, is discussed in this article with a case study of Iran. "What does the structure of the foreign policy of Iran have a relation with international socialization?" is Our main question. According to our explanation, Iran's foreign policy has three atmospheres: religious atmosphere (anti-domination, invitation and supporting of Muslims, unit Ommat); revolutionary atmosphere (anti-westernism, anti-Americanism, the export of revolution and change of international system); modern atmosphere (non-interference, peaceful coexistence, membership in international organizations and adherence to international law). These atmospheres respectively have created three different types of socialization: international religious socialization (post-development); revolutionary international socialization (anti-development); institutional international socialization (development-oriented). Therefore, Iran's first goal in the international system is often "socializing" rather than "socialization."