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A Study of the Persian Gulf Crisis and Regional Instability

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Political Sciences, Ashtian Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ashtian, IRAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 2, Issue (7), Pages 79-80, July,2 (2013)


The Persian Gulf, bordering Iran and Afghanistan has been deployed in the south. Countries and islands in the region each are looking for their own ways and policies. There are a lot of cultural diversities, linguistic, religious and political preferences of their work in this area. This area has a variety of different areas, and it is obvious that the homogeneity and unity play a significant role in this strategic region. Not considering the recommendations of the internal affairs of another region, lack of solidarity and suitable political ties leads the regional countries not to comply with the decisions of the council as well as the Arabic countries. But the tendency towards ally, military contracts, political and other countries with strong economic and industrial world, the pictures and their bases are in this region. In this study, the difference between the expression of different points to strengths and weaknesses in this area is clear and it became a precedent for solving the region's problems. In this paper, regional and global issues will be discussed in the hope of being able to resolve any differences with each other.


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