Departmental Bulletin Paper The impact of the Syria's crisis on the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia in the region : Iran's point of view

Baghishadbad, Atefeh  ,  バギシャドバード, アーテフェ

6pp.119 - 144 , 2016-03-31 , 同志社大学グローバル・スタディーズ学会 , Transcription:ドウシシャ ダイガク グローバル・スタディーズ ガッカイ , Alternative:The Association of Global Studies, Doshisha University
It pays attention to Iran's perception of Saudi Arabia's the years between 2003 and 2015. By so doing, this article will shed light on the reasons Iran and Saudi Arabia have become so conflictual at the time and how despite Saudis efforts, Iran's regional power has been increasing.
This article aims to examine the impact of Syrian crisis and emerging ISIS on the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran. More specifically, it analyzes how the powers of both countries in the region changed in the last four and half years since the outbreak of the Syria’s crisis. Which of these regional rivals gained more power of influence in the Middle East? The analysis will be made based on the author's interviews with Iran's foreign policy officials and other Persian and english sources. Based on the fact that Saudi Arabia is the country which has become much confrontational against Iran since fall of Saddam in Iraq in 2003.

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