Iranian Relations with Azerbaijan and Armenia: A Comparative Approach in the Case of Pragmatist Politics

With the increase of the importance of the South Caucasus after the collapse of the Soviet Union, regional and global powers have tried to produce new policies to have a relationship with the counties of the region. The regional countries such as Russia, Turkey, and Iran have more advantageous than other states but the determination of the policies of these states are different from each other. For instance, Iran’s approach is based on pragmatist politics and the country to try to balance its policies in the region in terms of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The main aim of this article is to determine the different aspects of Iranian foreign policy preferences towards Azerbaijan and Armenia in the context of pragmatism.

Authors: Mehmet Emin Erendor, Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu

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