After Khomeini: Iran Under His Successors

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Iran has not ceased to surprise the world since the American ambassador's famous "thinking the unthinkable" 1978 cable about the imminent fall of the Shah and the coming of Islamic revolution. The apparent sequence of moderate government of President Hashemi-Rafsanjani (1989-97) and democratic reform under President Khatami (1997-2005) was followed by the return of the hardliners and revolutionary populism coupled with an aggressive foreign policy, including a nuclear program. Iran's political regime has proved remarkably resilient through all these changes, despite the disaffection of the younger half of the population, and become all the stronger, partly as a result of the Bush administration's ill-advised bluff about regime change.

The death of Imam Khomeini as its charismatic leader in 1989 did not mean the end of the Islamic revolution, but only the beginning of a prolonged struggle among the children of the revolution over Khomeini's heritage. The integrative social revolution begun in 1979 has continued quietly, while the raucous/noisy struggle to define, structure and control the new Islamic political order set up by Khomeini among different factions of his followers has produced a unique political regime which defies understanding. Arjomand draws on the sociology of revolution to offer a general explanation of political developments in Iran in the last two decades while seeking to understand its unique features in terms of constitutional politics of the creation of the post-revolutionary order. Not only Iran's domestic politics but also its foreign policy are shown to follow a pattern typical of the great revolutions. Surprising as it may seem, the parameters for Iran's constitutional politics in the last two decades are those set by Khomeini's mixture of theocratic, republican and populist elements in the ideology of the Islamic revolution.

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Saïd Amir Arjomand was born in Tehran and is the founder and president (1996-2002, 2006-2009) of the Association for the Study of Persianate Societies and the Editor of the Journal of Persianate Studies.

Contenuti:

  • Introduction
  • 1: Khomeini and the Islamic Revolution
  • 2: Dual Leadership and Constitutional Developments after Khomeini
  • 3: Thermidor at Last: Hashemi-Rajsanjani's Presidency (1989-1997)
  • 4: Revolutionary Ideology and Its Transformation into Islamic Reformism
  • 5: The Rise and Fall of President Khatami and the Reform Movement (1997-2005)
  • 6: Return to Revolutionary Populism and Ahmadinejad's Presidency (2005-09)
  • 7: Social and Political Consequences of the Integrative Revolution
  • 8: Iran's Foreign Policy: From the Export of Revolution to Nuclear Development
  • 9: Khomeini's Successor: Ayatollah Sayyed `Ali Khamene'i as the IRI Leader (1989- )
  • Conclusion

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