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Iranian Journal of Law & Politics



This is an e-Journal published by the Graduate School of Law and Political Science GSLPS ( Science& Research Campus) Islamic Azad University. Tehran IRAN



Updated: 2016-11-29T07:10:44.477-08:00

 



Table of Contents

2014-04-17T22:43:02.289-07:00

Table of Contents____________________________Ali-Asghar Kazemi ( Profile)Most Recent PostsBy subjects and Dates__________ Most Recent Posts: English & FrenchObstacles on the Way of Iran New PresidentIran: Hope for Moderation and Rationality !A Time for Philosophical Reflection...Dans l'ombre d'un Système IncohérentIn the Shadow of a Self-defeating SystemLes dimensions ontologiques des droits de l'hommeThe Ontological Dimensions of Human RightsPower Struggle in IranMetaphysics of Violence and Terror“Is this Me this Glorious Peacock?”Iran Should Avoid Tension in the Persian GulfThe Wider Implications of Military Intervention in...UN Security Council has the Duty to Liberate Libya...The Birth of a New Middle EastThe Power of People plus MediaQuantum Politics: New Methodological PerspectiveDynamic versus Static Political InquiryCrisis Proliferation in the Middle EastTunisia Crisis Turned into a RevolutionTunisia Crisis: A Call for Change in the Middle EastThe Fate of Iran’s Nuclear Issue in 2011Political Constraints of Iran’s Economic ReformWikiLeaks and U.S. DiplomacyThe World Upside-down: 21st Century in DistressPrevious Posts Dilemma of Iran’s Economic Reform PlanThe Global Crisis : World Order in Peril Iran’s Diplomacy: Embarrassment and Unpredictability New Trends in Diplomacy Iran: Preparing for “Soft War” Iran, Beating the War Drums! The Russian Connection Obama: Between Idealism and Realism Strategic Discourse – IndexTowards “Secular Nationalism” in IranIran: Islamization vs. SecularizationIran, Islam, and Secular Social SciencesIran: Roots of the Post-Elections CrisisRise of "New Nationalism" in Iran* * *Strategic Implications of Nobel Peace Prize for ObamaStruggling in two Fronts for SurvivalIran's National Security and the Nuclear GambleIran's Post-Elections Political Environment* * *Iran's Elections 2009: The End of peaceful democratic ReformsWho should be the Next President in Iran The Logic of War against Taliban and Talibanism Iran: Elections and Political Apathy* * *Iran National Interests and Blind RadicalismProspects for Iran-US NegotiationsIran: Reform vs. RevolutionLegality of ICC Action against Sudan PresidentStrategic Games in the Middle East * * *Dilemma of Iran's Next President US Democrats are Pushing Iran to the CornerObama and a World of ExpectationsStrategic Implications of the Gaza Conflict * * *Iran-US Relations: From Enmity to RivalryBarack Obama and Iran (After Election) Crisis of Governance and new Generation of World LeadersUS Economic Crisis and the Middle East* * * Iran: Corruption Scandal and Political CampaignIran at a Critical Crossroads Obama: On the Footsteps of the White House! Iran: The New Parliament and the Nuclear Case * * *Message of the Preemptive Strike on Syria Iran: Affluence amid Poverty Iran's Selective Elections Iran: The Price of Going Nuclear* Iran's Nuclear Case: One Step to the UN SEcurity CouncilIran's New President and the Nuclear IssueInsurgency in Iraq...Iran's Presidential Elections...Iran-Iraq Rapprochement: New Political Alignment i...Journal of Law and PoliticsIran-U.S. Nuclear Wrangle...Iran's Quest for Regional Hegemony....Security Arrangement in the Persian Gulf...ArchivesSeptember 2000July 2004August 2004October 2004December 2004January 2005August 2005September 2005October 2005 Medical Practice Management Software[...]



صلح فریبکارانه؛ مکاتبات ایران و عراق

2014-04-19T00:38:26.764-07:00

Bottom of Formبازدید : 450 باريکشنبه، 19 آذر 1391صلح فریبکارانه؛ مکاتبات ایران و عراق منبع: رجایی، فرهنگ؛ (1389)، بررسی جنگ ایران و عراق، دیدگاه اساتید دانشگاه های ایران، مرضیه روشن علی، تهران: مرز و بوم، چاپ دوم1390 این اثر ترجمه ایست از کتاب زیر : University Press of Florida: Iranian Perspectives on the Iran-Iraq War Peace through Deception: The Iran-Iraq Correspondence, by Ali Asghar Kazemi Part III: Edited by Farhang Rajaee                                  نویسنده: علی اصغر کاظمی1 در آگوست 1988 (مرداد 1367)، آتش بس به درگیری های خصمانه ی ایران و عراق خاتمه داد. از آن زمان به بعد منطقه ی خلیج فارس شاهد تغییرات بسیاری بوده است که جنگ نیروهای ائتلاف به رهبری سازمان ملل علیه عراق از آن جمله است؛ جنگی که در مخالفت با اقدام صدام مبنی بر ضمیمه کردن کشور کویت به خاک عراق در 2 آگوست 1990 (11 مرداد 1369)، انجام شد. پس از فروپاشی اتحاد جماهیر شوروی و پایان جنگ سرد- که موازنه ی قدرت در منطقه را بر هم زد- بحران ناشی از تجاوز عراق به کویت از جمله وقایعی بود که تأثیرات مهمی بر آرایش و ترکیب منطقه برجای گذاشت.بحران کویت تأثیرات سیاسی و حقوقی بسیار مهمی در جریان صلح ایران و عراق داشت. این جنگ دنیا را متقاعد کرد تا حکومت عراق را متجاوز اعلام کند. دبیر کل سازمان ملل نیز مجبور شد عراق را آغازگر جنگ با ایران (در 22 سپتامبر 31/1980 شهریور 1359) بنامد. جنگ ائتلاف تحت رهبری سازمان ملل علیه عراق سبب شد تا عراق به سرعت توافقنامه ی صلح با ایران را امضا کند. (2)در این فصل به این موضوع می پردازیم که تلاش صدام برای بهبود روابط با ایران صرفاً یک تاکتیک فریبکارانه بود. صدام فرایند صلح کوتاه مدت و نیز مذاکره ی مستقیم با رهبران ایران را انتخاب کرد تا به هدف برسد: اول، قطعنامه ی 598 را بی اهمیت جلوه دهد و نقش میانجیگرانه ی دبیر کل سازمان ملل را تضعیف کند. امور حقوقی را از طریق مذاکرات به مصالحه ای سیاسی تبدیل کند و از اهمیت آنها بکاهد. بحران کویت نه تنها این راهبرد صدام را ناکام کرد، بلکه دبیر کل سازمان ملل نیز در تلاش برای اجرای قطعنامه ی 598 مصمم تر شد. با وجود این بسیاری از موضوعات از جمله قرارداد نهایی صلح، توسعه ی روابط ایران و عراق و ادعاهای مرزی در خصوص قرارداد 1975، همچنان حل نشده باقی ماند.برای اثبات این نظریه به بررسی نامه هایی می پردازیم که میان رؤسای جمهور ایران و عراق تبادل شده است تا به دو پرسش پاسخ دهیم: هدف صدام از شروع نامه نگاری چه بود؟ دو کشور در آینده چه سودی از برقرای روابط با یکدیگر می بردند؟از پذیرش قطعنامه ی 598 تا شروع بحران کویتپس از پذیرش قطعنامه ی 598 شورای امنیت سازمان ملل از طرف ایر[...]






Journal of Law and Politics

2005-08-01T00:45:14.006-07:00

Law and PoliticsGraduate School of Law and Political ScienceScience and Research CampusPubisher: Islamic Azad University (IAU)Managing Director: Ali-Asghar KazemiEditor-in-Chief: Kayhan BarzegarAssistant Editor: Alireza MoosavizadehEditorial Board:Legal: Mohammad -Ali Ardebili, Goodarz Eftekhar Jahromi,Nejad-Ali Almasi, Ebrahim Beigzadeh, Amir-Hossien FakhariPolitical-International: Hamid Ahmadi, Mohammad Amjad,Alireza Azghandi, Homayoon Elahi, Abdol-Ali GhavamAddress: Graduate School of Law and Political Science, Science and Research Campus, Poonak, Ashrafi Esfahani Blvd., Hesarak, Tehran, Iran.Tel: +98(21) 480-9808, Fax: +98(21) 481-5924P. O. Box: 14515/75Email: ijlap@hotmail.comfaclap@hotmail.comJournal of Law and Politics6Keywords: Social Classes, Iranian State, Class Mobility, Power, OrderRight to Development; in Theory and in PracticeRaha-Lucienne ZohadiThis article foregrounds afresh the legal and policy frameworks required in the international system at both economic and human rights fields to reach effective enjoyment of the right to development. The analyses of the author relate to four individual studies: 1- The record of the right to development; 2- The legitimacy of the right to development; 3- Interdependence of the right and the process of development; 4- Monitoring and implementation. The result is an effort to dislodge international law from its exclusive focus on the states, international institutions, and particular logics of economic development. The author argues that the states must recognize the right to development as a human right in order to realize development as an obligation in the line of national action and international partnership. She concludes that the development of the concept of right to development needs time to become accomplished, though it is currently used as a bargain in the hands of states.Keywords: Right to Development, International Economic Law, Participation, Non-Discrimination, Justice, Good GovernanceJournal of Law and Politics5the critique of subjectivism and battle against the theory of truth in politics. The author, in this article, argues that not only influencing the concept of ideology has no bearing on subjectivism, but also a new horizon could be achieved by offering a new understanding of the concept of ideology within the framework of a discourse theory. The author proposes a theory of ideology which completes the theory of discourse and does not contrast it. Hence, in his opinion, maintaining the distinction between the two concepts of ideology and discourse is useful and better explains the relationship existing between the political order-symbols and power.Keywords: Discourse, Ideology, Knowledge, Critical Theory, Structure, Language, Post-StructuralismClass Mobility in Iran: The Determining FactorsRahman GhahremanpourIt is commonly argued that classes in non-Western societies are the products of state performance rather than social transformations. The author argues that the vicious cycle of power, that is the domination of political power over economic power, is one of the main reasons for the perpetuation of such a situation. In this regard, excessive class mobility is an important obstacle to the emergence of autonomous classes in Iran. It is expected that new class mobility (negative or positive) would be witnessed when there is a change in political system. Furthermore, there are other factors which affect the position of classes in Iran. International system, religion and specific structure of Iranian society are among these factors. According to the author, understanding the question of classes depends on studying the way in which power is executed in the society. Class is closely related to national identity, social cohesion and social order. Therefore, he concludes that the higher class mobility in a society, the lower will become social cohesion.Journal of Law and Politics4modern texts on the formal and informal education of humanitarian law, and modern methods of tr[...]



The End of Politics and the Last Myth..(Excerpt)

2005-08-01T01:50:10.626-07:00

Ali -Asghar KazemiThe End of Politics and the Last Myth( Critical Order in the Post-Political 21st. Century )Tehran- Autumn 2000 PrefaceIn exposing our ideas and thoughts, we are usually guided by our ideals and wishes or normative requirements of our life, rather than concrete facts and realities. In other words, we are tempted to see the world and its various phenomenon in the way we like them or we think they ought to be rather than the way they really are. This tendency is even valid when we try to comprehend abstract concepts we are usually faced with in social and human sciences. Concepts such as freedom, justice , human rights, law, and politics are among those which to everyone's mind have special meanings and connotations. This seems more or less natural to open-minded people, but may not be quite obvious to many.This prologue is written with a dual purposes. Firstly for those readers who might be caught by surprise or perhaps stupefaction in seeing the unusual title: The End of Politics.. . Thus,before they embark to question the logic of such a bold endeavor, I shall be the first to query the matter and try to explain the circumstances which led to the present undertaking. Secondly, to emphasize that this theory ,or rather hypothesis ,should be viewed as an attempt to suggest a new way of looking at the traditional field of political science and international relations with a view to examine their suitability and capacity in explaining the state of affairs at the beginning of the 21st. century. Thus, The End of Politics shall be considered as a "normative theory" like many other old and new ones in the field of social sciences . Normative theories usually do not respond to empirical facts, and are merely the product of critical reflection and epistemological examination of a concept or a field of knowledge, such as history , ideology or , in this case , politics, which can be the preoccupation of thinkers ,scholars and students of social sciences , anywhere and at anytime.What you will read in this book is the product of a progressive development of the author's conception of politics during a rather long period of time.This began from a mere curiosity and, passing through many years of professional and academic experiences in various fields of social sciences, such as law, politics,culture etc., is now coming to its conclusions and is now presented for evaluation. Those who are familiar with other books and writings of this pen have perhaps realized the critical and ethical approach of the author to various problems of law, politics and international relations. What makes this book and its message different from the others is the explicit language employed in it to challenge the very foundation and substance of politics and political science at the beginning of the 21st. century and the third millennium. Perhaps, nobody has so far dared to question the rationale of politics which to the great philosopher of all times ,Aristotle ,was considered as " The Master Science."The author is fully conscious of the gravity of the contention and, at this stage , having completed this venture , look forward to receiving views and critiques with the hope to further polish the subject. I sincerely expect that The End of Politics.. will attract academic debates and generate useful theoretical discussions among students of the field.A. A. K.Tehran, 26 January 2001Contents- Preface- IntroductionChapter One- The Legacy of Politics1- Politics as a Myth2- The Heritage of the 20th. Century3- 21st. Century, The Beginning of the Ends4- The End of Politics: A Conceptual Proposition5- The " Critical Order" HypothesisChapter Two- Explanations of "The End of Politics"Theory 1-Ontological Critique of Politics2- Epistemological Deconstruction of Objectives and Functions of Politics3- The Collapse of Political Science and Theory4- The Demise of Politics: Entering The Post-Political Era5- The Metaphor of Homo PoliticusChapter Three[...]