نومنطقه گرایی و راهبرد امنیت فرهنگ پایه میان ایران و کشورهای مسلمان اوراسیا

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسنده

گروه مطالعات منطقه ای، موسسه آموزش عالی اکو، دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی

10.30479/psiw.2020.11908.2655

چکیده

با نگاهی به ویژگی های نظریه های نوین منطقه گرایانه، نوشتار پیش رو در صدد است تا با بهره گیری از این نظریات، چارچوب مناسبی برای فهم همکاری های منطقه ای میان ایران و کشورهای مسلمان منطقه اوراسیا به دست دهد. پرسش اصلی در این پژوهش آن است که چگونه ایران و کشورهای مسلمان منطقه اوراسیا علیرغم اختلاف در تعریف منافع مشترک، می توانند به همگرایی هویتی و هنجاری دست یافته و به همکاری با یکدیگر بپردازند؟ نویسنده در این راستا استدلال خواهد کرد که این کشورها می توانند به یک تعریف مشترک از هنجارها و هویت های مشترک حاکم بر روابط خارجی خود با بهره مندی از توانمندی های فرهنگی همگرایانه حاکم بر این جوامع برسند. بر این پایه، این راهبرد هنگامی می تواند صورت حقیقت بر خود بپوشاند که سطح تحلیل همکاری ها میان این کشورها از سطوح دوجانبه و یا بین المللی، به سطح تحلیل میانه (روابط منطقه ای) تغییر یافته و در چارچوب مفهومی مانند «اوراسیای فرهنگی» تعریف شود.

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Neo-regionalism and Culture-based Security Policy between Iran and Eurasian Muslim Countries

نویسنده [English]

  • Mandana Tishehyar
Department of Regional Studies, ECO College, Allameh Tabatabaei University
چکیده [English]

Objective: Regional cooperation between Iran and the Muslim countries in the Eurasian region has been an important aim for different Iranian governments especially after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the independence of these countries. Looking at some features of new regionalism theories, the present article aims at considering the role of such an approach in providing an appropriate framework in order to understand the regional cooperation in the Eurasian region. In fact, the main question of the present article is the way Iran and the Eurasian Muslim countries could achieve convergence in identities and norms and also cooperate with each other despite the disparity in defining common interests.
Method: The method used in this study is descriptive-analytical and uses the theoretical framework of neo-regionalism to analyze the areas of cooperation and difference between the two countries.
Result: The author argues that Iran and most of the Eurasian Muslim countries could have achieved a shared definition of identities and norms governing the patterns of their foreign relations with taking advantage of cultural convergent capabilities.
Conclusion: To conclude, the possibility of shaping such a kind of regional cooperation is examined and it seems that based on neo-regionalism framework, this policy will become possible when the level of analyzing the relations between these countries change from a micro-level of bilateral relation or a macro-level of global relations into a middle-level one within a regional relation and in a “Cultural Eurasia” context.
 
 
 

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Iran
  • Identity
  • Persian language
  • Sufism
  • Neo-regionalism
  • Eurasia Muslim Countries
  • Security
  • Cultural Eurasia
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