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Rahimi Roshan H, Mohammadi S, Hatami H, Mokarami pour M B. Evolution of the concept of security in international relations; From Structural Realism until the Present. IPSJ 2022; 2 (1) :10-29
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Tehran Research Sciences Branch
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The concept of security, in parallel with other developments in the field of international relations, while maintaining its importance and originality in designing the scope of discussion between previous and new theories, has seen changes in adaptation and examples, as well as explanation and solution. Structural realism, in a sense, as a macro security theory, seeks to solve the security conundrum by focusing on deductive analysis and interpretation. In the present article, by examining the concept of security from the perspective of structural realism along with the insider debate and describing developments and events in the subject of security, the horizon of the concept of security is also explored. To obtain the result and answer the questions raised in this research, our research method will be to collect scientific data and literature of previous research, and review the scientific-research texts available in the form of books and articles published in paper and online. . The study of a priori research literature will first be done to understand the scope of the main concept of the article in the research done, and then its importance will be assessed.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/06/30 | Accepted: 2022/08/23 | Published: 2022/08/23

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