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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Constructivism and a structuralist approach to the world, international relations, and foreign policy in response to the mainstream of international studies have sought to understand the relationship between nations and states behavior with a behavioral and materialist approach. At a time when hard-line strategies have given way to software resources, and this change is becoming more and more progressive, it seems necessary to re-read this theory. In the present picture, an attempt is made to examine the new evolution of constructivism-constructivism in order to reconsider this important issue. In this research, the author tries to use the descriptive and analytical method and with the tools of libraries to collect data, to construct the world and to analyze and deconstruct the constructive foreign policy. In this article, we try to analyze foreign policy through a channel and a path for which no positivist ban is created. Development, evolution, fluidity, and multidimensional identity are the concepts applied in this research.
- PhD in Political Science, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, email: Chehrazad.firstname.lastname@example.org.