Iran and the International: Iranian Foreign Policy

Tehran. Image by Frank Furness from Pixabay

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This workshop is part of the British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS) Modern Research Project 'Iran and the International in the Modern Period' which centres on the matter of Iran’s relationship with the international during the Qajar, Pahlavi and Islamic Republic periods.

The overall aim of the project is to contextualise Iran’s engagement with the international. This is in response to some contemporary discourses that tend to present the world in terms of the ‘West’ on the one hand, and the ‘Global South’, ‘Third World’, or the ‘non-West’ on the other hand. 

The aim of the workshop is to explore Iran’s foreign policy.  

The workshop will take place on the afternoons (UK time) of 8-10 June from 12:00-17:00. Please note that attendance is by invitation only - contact Shabnam Holliday (shabnam.holliday@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.

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