This work pinpoints the main influences in Iranian society. It views Iran's current political environment as a product of an Islamic movement and a revolutionary process that have been confined by Khomeini's interpretation of Islamic governance and the pragmatic realities of being a participant in the international system. The wide variety of influences upon Iran's social and political structure has resulted in many ways in an identity crisis of sorts. This book aims to clarify this internal structure within Iranian society while highlighting the potential consequences for Iran's relations with the international community. Readers in Islamic studies, international studies and Middle Eastern politics both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels should find the book a useful tool.
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