عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The 2003 US invasion of Iraq in 2003 made Iran, which previously considered it potentially a geopolitical enemy of Iraq, to double its concern over the coming of a threatening state in Iraq, with the presence of US troops in this concern. It stirred up. However, the situation in post-occupation Iraq was such that Iran played a major role as a major foreign player in the country.
After this occupation, a generation of men's government came to this country, establishing close ties with Iran. These relations were influenced by the religious beliefs of the leaders of the two countries, which led to these totally different and previously widely-held relations. With this interpretation, the purpose of this article is to examine how these relations are formed on the level of the two countries. With regard to what was said, the main question of this article is how these relationships came about, and what factors have influenced the formation of such relationships. The hypothesis of this paper is that their mental and religious beliefs have been effective in building these relationships and in creating convergence between these countries.
This paper, by means of descriptive-analytical method and using a constructivist approach, aims to explain this issue.