In this article the purpose is to show the geopolitical impacts of Black Sea domain on Iran’s foreign policy. Iran’s internal and foreign policy beside the matters about oil and the ways of transporting it through the Black Sea domain have always been under the impacts of new movements of this domain from geopolitical view point. The fragmentation of previous Soviet Union, weakening of east block, the end of Cold War, the beginning of new international system, changing of two-polar system into unipolar system and finally multipolar system and so on, caused great impacts on Black Sea realm; that we can name some of these changes such as the formation of new countries, the elimination of power of those countries who were the members of Warsaw Pact and remaining of NATO and its try to continue toward east and finally try to establish missile defence system that all of these were because of basic changes in the existing system of the countries of Black Sea region. Because of people’s desire to obtain democracy and supports of west a phenomenon happened in these countries which are known as colored revolution or velvet-revolution. The phenomenon overshadowed Iran’s internal and foreign policy. After the election and objections that followed it, the ruling class in Iran tried to accuse the reformers for planning a velvet revolution against the government, because they believed that the origins of these movements are outside the country and opponents, on the other hand, tried to accuse the ruling class to organizing a coup. In this article the possibility of velvet revolution or coup have been discussed, which can be the result of rivalry between great powers and as a result Iran moved toward east much more than before and Iran’s foreign policy became more radical.
Competiţia geopolitică în domeniul Mării Negre şi impactul său asupra politicii externe a Iranului