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US/Iranian Relations: An International Relations Constructivist Analysis on Iran’s Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program

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IR constructivism challenges the limitations, problems, and contrasts the implications of the dominant paradigms in international relations. The Islamic Republic of Iran has faced coercive diplomacy by the U.S., since its inception. The U.S. has numerously put economic and military sanctions on Iran, due to its assumptions that Iran is seeking nuclear military capability; however, Iran objects the U.S. notion and argues that its intentions is in perusing a peaceful nuclear energy program, which the U.S. believes is a fallacy. This paper will argue that Iran is not a nuclear threat to the international community and focuses on the social realities and constructs, the interpretation, political behavior, and observations of both political actors. This will explain how political actors assume the intentions of the “Other” by constructing and applying social meaning to the actions being conducted by the “Other,” through observations. Furthermore, this paper will delineate policy recommendations for the United States in its dealing with Iran, to improve social relations, security, and stability in the Middle East region and throughout the international community.
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Bozonier, Vincent. "US/Iranian Relations: An International Relations Constructivist Analysis on Iran’s Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Omni Parker House, Boston, MA, Nov 11, 2010 <Not Available>. 2014-01-06 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p439373_index.html>

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Bozonier, V. A. , 2010-11-11 "US/Iranian Relations: An International Relations Constructivist Analysis on Iran’s Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Omni Parker House, Boston, MA <Not Available>. 2014-01-06 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p439373_index.html

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Abstract: IR constructivism challenges the limitations, problems, and contrasts the implications of the dominant paradigms in international relations. The Islamic Republic of Iran has faced coercive diplomacy by the U.S., since its inception. The U.S. has numerously put economic and military sanctions on Iran, due to its assumptions that Iran is seeking nuclear military capability; however, Iran objects the U.S. notion and argues that its intentions is in perusing a peaceful nuclear energy program, which the U.S. believes is a fallacy. This paper will argue that Iran is not a nuclear threat to the international community and focuses on the social realities and constructs, the interpretation, political behavior, and observations of both political actors. This will explain how political actors assume the intentions of the “Other” by constructing and applying social meaning to the actions being conducted by the “Other,” through observations. Furthermore, this paper will delineate policy recommendations for the United States in its dealing with Iran, to improve social relations, security, and stability in the Middle East region and throughout the international community.

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