The effect of BARJAM on the revision of the military policies in the members of the Persian Gulf cooperative council

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The effect of BARJAM on the revision of the military policies of the members of the Persian sea cooperative consultation.
1) Jamshid, SaeidPhd Student of the international relation university. Islamic Azad university of Tehran (south – kish)
The geopolitic, geostrategic and geoeconomic position of the Persian gulf causes this region to be the subject of attention of the ultra-region powers.
This subject became more important by the invention of fire weapons after Renaissance and the promotion of the colored view in Europe. Spanish and British men besides the Portuguese that is America, Russia, china and European union all have tried to pursue their benefits in this region so that its due to their benefits and situation so, by direct military the subject of attention of the ultra-region powers. This subject became more important the invention of five weapons after Renaissance and the promotion of the colonic view in Europe.Spanish and British men besides the Portuguese that is America, Russia, china and European union all have tried to pursue their benefits in this region so that its due to their benefits and situation so, by direct military interference, receiving support from the, creating regional and religious and the other types of interference, they have pursued their goals. This subject turns Persian Gulf to an unstable and region ready for increasing the crisis.
One of these crises is Iranian nuclear crisis and the position of international sanctions against Iran. These sanctions are most advantageous for the regional rivals and most disadvantageous for the benefits of Iranian Islamic Republic.
By concluding the neuclear negotiations betuec  Iran and the west, those countries which were supported the superpowers opposition with Iran
by the illusion of creating a trade off which drive there into the margin, employed some polices by the former conditions, one of them is to buy military equipment by the a formentioned conditions to create a balance in power with Islamic Republic of Iran.
In this paper, we investigate the relations of Iran with the countries in this region and ultra region countries and the approval of BARJAM (The acronym of the comprehensive program of cooperative act between Iran and the countries named 5+1 to review the military policies in the Persian gulf region.

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