Miri, Seyed Javad, Reflections on Greater Iran, Londres, LAIS, 2014, 81p.

In this book the author who is working at the Institute of Humanities and Cultural Studies in Tehran-Iran has attempted to
reconfigure the question of Greater Iran by arguing that Iran does not refer to the current nation-state. On the contrary, when we say ‘Iran’ it refers to a cultural continent which goes beyond political boundaries of contemporary Islamic Republic of Iran. The author has tried to demonstrate the complexities of realities within the vast region of Eurasia by looking at concepts such as ethnicity, religion, borderlines, and so on and so forth.

Contents

Foreword
1. Revisiting the History of Iran: Geopolitics and Geoculture
2. The Significance of Caucasia and Central Asia in Iran’s National Secutiry
3. The Geopolitics of Crisis in Central Asia and Caucasia: An Iranian Perspective
4. Revisiting the Chechen Crisis through an Iranian Prism: Historical and Strategical Considerations
5. Iran’s New Geopolitics in Central Asia and Caucasia
   Endnote
   Bibliography
   Index


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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2014, 24 septembre). Miri, Seyed Javad, Reflections on Greater Iran, Londres, LAIS, 2014, 81p. IISMM. Consulté le 15 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://iismm.hypotheses.org/16476

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