عنوان مقاله [English]
After the Islamic Revolution of 1978 and the fall of the 2,500-year-old imperial regime in Iran, the United States became the first and most important threat to Iran's national security. Although Iran is not the most important threat to US national security, it is considered one of the most important threats to US national security. This study deals with the major impact of US policy on Iran's nuclear program, while also examining the foreign policy of Democrats on a case-by-case basis. In the present article, the pre-theory model of James Rosina is analyzed and evaluated by the descriptive-analytical method of US foreign policy and its impact on Iran's nuclear program, because it is a combination of micro and macro levels in the field of foreign policy. Based on research findings; One. US policies have had a profound effect on Iran's nuclear program, and US coercive policies to destroy Iran's nuclear program have had the exact opposite effect, pushing Iran to the brink of a nuclear bomb capability. The US Democrats are working with Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to change the traditional US policy on Iran's nuclear program.