Contemporary Iran: Politics, Economy, Religion

Morady, F. 2020. Contemporary Iran: Politics, Economy, Religion. United Kingdom Bristol University Press.

TitleContemporary Iran: Politics, Economy, Religion
AuthorsMorady, F.
Abstract

Contemporary Iran explains the political, economic, and religious developments since the formation of the Islamic Republic in 1979. This accessible text provides an analysis of the domestic politics of Iran. It identifies the ways in which the country imagined as ‘isolated’ is actually integrated into the global capitalist economy. It also explains the often heated relationship of the regional powerhouse with the outside world, especially with West Asian neighbours and the United States.

KeywordsIran
Political Economy
Energy
Development
Religion
Islamic Republic
Theocracy
Domestic Policies
Regional and Global Powers
Year2020
PublisherBristol University Press
Publication dates
Published03 Sep 2020
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
SeriesFirst
ISBN9781529209563

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