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Iran’s Nuclear Behavior: The Gender Dimension

Behravesh, Maysam LU (2015) In Your Middle East
Abstract
In a nutshell, Iran’s nuclear dignity is predominantly of a masculine nature. While this holds true about many other nation-states and their foreign policy practices in today’s world, Western negotiators will be well advised to take these nuances into account and refrain from using a frame of reference in the talks that may undermine this particular type of identity. More specifically, the choice of terminology can be of paramount importance here, given the age-old axiom that the devil is in the details.
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Iran, Dignity, Honor, Standing, Status, Gender, Nuclear Program, World Powers, Masculinity, Femininity, Potency, Flexibility, Heroic, Nuclear Negotiations, Identity, Historical, Revolutionary Guards, Harim, Gheirat, Namous, Pofyouzi
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  author       = {Behravesh, Maysam},
  keyword      = {Iran,Dignity,Honor,Standing,Status,Gender,Nuclear Program,World Powers,Masculinity,Femininity,Potency,Flexibility,Heroic,Nuclear Negotiations,Identity,Historical,Revolutionary Guards,Harim,Gheirat,Namous,Pofyouzi},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {06},
  series       = {Your Middle East},
  title        = {Iran’s Nuclear Behavior: The Gender Dimension},
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