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Mohammadian A, Naghibzadeh, A, Barzegar K, Zakerian M. Possible scenarios in British Middle East policy In the post-brexit period. IPSJ. 2022; 1 (1) :84-107
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Professor of Political Science, University of Tehran
Abstract:   (130 Views)
Brexit is one of the most practical words that became common in the field of international after the referendum of June 2016 And in terms of influencing domestic and foreign policy, The country's post-Brexit policy in the Middle East is one of uncertainties Which has a special value in terms of research. Thus, the present article uses the Scenario planning approach to answer the question of what are the possible post- Brexit scenarios in British Middle East policy? Research findings suggest that a return to the Middle East is an important part of London's post Brexit foreign policy. Relying on domestic capabilities and sufficient knowledge of the Middle East to achieve its goals and return to its minimum position. This can be through engagement with the Arabs in the political, economic, security, and imperialist experiences, membership in the Security Council, and the adoption of a new strategy the Middle East.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/10/16 | Accepted: 2022/03/20 | Published: 2022/03/20

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