عنوان مقاله [English]
Creating balance between utilizing the facilities of globalization for development, in conditions that globalization is the dominant paradigm on development on one hand and maintaining the revolutionary position and stances of the Islamic Republic of Iran in foreign policy on the other, is one of the main difficulties in the realization of the development of the country. Therefore, one of the questions in this regard is: Which pattern must the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran follow in order to maintain the Islamic and revolutionary identity of the Islamic Republic and at the same time be a factor and facilitator for utilizing the facilities of the international system in developing the country? The key to solve the dual enigma of developmentalism and being revolutionary in foreign policy depends on the extent of the role which we consider for the foreign policy in general and the opportunities of globalization in particular in development. The present article uses descriptive and analytical method and aims at presenting a model for solving the duality of being revolutionary and developmentalism in the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The results indicated that foreign policy in the matrix of the development of the country is not the necessary condition, rather the main solution for development is inclining towards internal capabilities, endogeneity and trying to create and actualize internal talents and capacities and the foreign policy as a catalyst must widen the doors of foreign facilities for strengthening the growth and development of internal capacities. In this case, the continuity of revolutionary acts in the foreign policy will face fewer barriers.