Oppressors and Oppressed Reconsidered: A Shi‘itologic Perspective on the Islamic Republic of Iran and Hezbollah’s Outlook on International Relations

  • Raffaele Mauriello
  • Seyed Mohammad Marandi


Article 3 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) declares that the government has the duty to direct all its resources to a series of listed goals.


Foreign Policy International Relation World View Muslim Community Muslim World 
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