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S. foreign policy. Under this new approach, Carter would directly meet with only government officials that had favorable human rights records. The problem was that the United States' relationship with the Shah was the key for maintaining control in the region. This meant that he had to make official trips to the country, even though he did not support this policy.
As a result, Carter was indirectly endorsing activities of the Shah and the underlying amounts of brutality he was using to maintain power. Evidence of this can be seen by looking at the below table, which is illustrating the total amounts of abuse and torture that were conducted by the SAVAK
The Total Amounts of Brutality of the SAVAK
Death Related to SAVAK activities
These different elements are important, because they are showing how U.S. foreign policy changed when it came to Iran.
The research paper should include a thorough comparison of the U.S. foreign policy toward Iran in the 1919-79 period and the 1979-present period. What are the main characteristics of each period? What made the U.S. take such foreign policy? Motives? Reason public opinion?
The time frame from 1919 to 1979; meant that the U.S. And other world powers were able to gain tremendous amounts of access to natural resources. This was designed to provide Western governments with enough power to extract these materials in an effort to support their current levels of economic growth. The reason why, is because the government was in favor of ideas that allowed them to have access to a host of natural resources. Once this occurred, it means that government officials will begin to embrace practices that were supporting these long-term objectives.
These different elements are important, because they are illustrating how there was a shift in the kinds of policies that are being used in Iran. As most Iranians were very anti-American and they felt that they were being abused through institutions that were supported by the United States. As a result, the main characteristics of this time period are: the U.S. would support the coup of a democratically elected government and the establishment of totalitarian regimes that had questionable human rights records.
Over the course of time, these issues created enough anger that they would help to fuel the 1979 revolution. This is when the Shah was unable to use the policies of the past when dealing with a number of social issues.
After the 1979 Revolution, is when there was a change in the relationship between Iran and the U.S. This is in reaction to the hostage crisis and terrorist related activities that are directed against American targets. The motives for these kinds of changers were to counter balance the effects of the new government. As far as public opinion was concerned, the majority of Americans supported these activities. The reason why, is because they believed that U.S. government officials were seeking to prevent the spread of radical Islam in many regions. To counterbalance these effects, officials will often give them the tools they need to be able to effectively deal with these issues (such as financial and technical assistance).
In the case of Iran, this has meant that they have become an enemy. The reason why, is because they are directly supporting activities that are in conflict with U.S. foreign policy objectives. As a result, the majority of Americans are in favor of the tougher stance that the U.S. government is taking in dealing with these challenges. This is an indication that the main characteristics of the relationship after 1979 were based on the U.S. trying to control Iran's influence in the region. This is designed to frustrate everyone, in an effort to utilize covert activities and any kind of efforts to thwart any attempts to make significant military advancements.
Based on the research findings, what do you think of the current U.S. foreign policy toward Iran?
Based on the different readings we have been examining, it is clear that the relationship between the U.S. And Iran are important. This is because, when the two nations have close ties with each other, the region will become more stable by having a reliable partner that will not try to interfere with the supply of crude oil on the world markets. Over the course of time, this ensures that prices will remain low enough to support consistent long-term economic growth in these regions.
However, the problem is that this is causing more issues. What is happening is that underlying amounts of tension are based on Iran engaging in actions that are directly challenging the United States. The best example of this is with the county's attempts to become a nuclear power. As, they believe that they have a right to use this technology to create electricity for consumers. While the U.S. claims, that this is nothing more than a front for a covert nuclear weapons program. Over the years, this had led to even worse relations between the two countries (with both becoming even further apart). As a result, the current issues are illustrating the various problems with this relationship. In the future, this will create even more division and anger about how to resolve these issues. This is an indication that the U.S. is sanctioning deterrence by seeking to push Iran for its attempts to engage in these activities. Over the course of time, this has caused the Islamic republic to become even more defiant. This is when diplomatic relations will breakdown between the two nations.
These different elements are important, because they are showing how the odds have increased in having some kind of conflict in the future. Once this occurs, it means that the government will face increasing amount of pressure to comply with the demands of the international community.
As a result, this is an indication that Iran has more resources to able to effectively deal with nuclear related issues. Evidence of this can be seen by looking no further than the assistance that they have received from: Russia, China, Pakistan and North Korea. This is troubling, because any kind of help is undermining efforts to isolate Iran. Therefore, if some kind of hostiles were to occur, the odds increase of one side using nuclear weapons against the other. This is the point that Iran will challenge areas that are of strategic importance to the United States.
These different elements are important, because they are showing how the conflict between the U.S. And Iran is having an impact on the international community. This is taking place through the U.S. illustrating, how Iran is knowingly engaging in activities that are violations of international law. Once this occurs, is when they will begin to use diplomacy to negotiate with them about the impasse that currently exists.
This is when it will appear as if Iran is willing to change its behavior by working with inspectors and improving transparency. However, underneath it all, this is nothing more than a stalling tactic that they are using. As Iran, is embracing a strategy of telling the West what it wants to hear. Then, down the road is when they will announce that they have made improvements in their nuclear program. This is the point that any kind of diplomacy has failed and the U.S. will begin to push for even stronger sanctions.
The problem is that once the international community agrees to these activities, is when Iran will receive even more support from: Russia, China, Pakistan and North Korea. This is point that any kind of sanctions will become ineffective. Over the course of time, this allows Iran to quietly continue with its program and remain in defiance of the international community. Once this occurs, is when they are closer to developing nuclear weapons. This is when the chances of conflict between Iran and the U.S. will increase.
Clearly, the United States' relationship with Iran has been continually evolving. Part of the reason for this, is because the U.S. often supported regimes that were repressive. Over the course of time, this would lead to even greater amounts of animosity between the two sides. As, the Iranian public, believed that the U.S. is seeking to gain access to its oil and gas reserves. This was the situation that was taking place in the time frame from 1919 to 1979.
However, since the downfall of the Shah, this relationship has changed. Where, the U.S. has become an adversary that is reporting to the international community, blatant violations of these standards. The way that they are doing this is to isolate the Islamic Republic through sanctions. This is the point that underlying amounts of hostilities will continue to increase. Therefore, in the future this means that the relationship between the two countries will be one that is based on animosity. As a result, this could lead to some kind of military conflict over the breakdown in diplomacy
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