Two-Level Diplomacy and U.S.-Iran Policy. A Case Study Report


Case Study, 2021

10 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

In this Case Study Report, the author examines the U.S.-Iran negotiations on a nuclear agreement, which serve as an empirical example of the Two-Level Games model the political scientist Robert Putnam introduced in 1988.

At first, this paper provides a brief overview of the complex relationship between the USA and Iran, Putnam’s Theory and its suitability for this case. Secondly, it introduces the relevant actors, their goals and the respective domestic factors of both countries which had influenced the negotiations that finally led to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015. Since then president Donald Trump withdrew from this nuclear agreement in 2018, it will examine the chances for a return to the deal/a new deal under the new Biden administration. In a short conclusion, the author sums up the results and comes to a final assessment of the current situation.

Details

Title
Two-Level Diplomacy and U.S.-Iran Policy. A Case Study Report
College
University of Heidelberg  (Institut für Politische Wissenschaft)
Course
US Foreign Policy Analysis
Author
Year
2021
Pages
10
Catalog Number
V1127701
ISBN (eBook)
9783346571106
Language
English
Keywords
Zwei-Ebenen-Spiel, Two-Level-Games, R. Putnam, Robert Putnam, Putnam, USA-Iran-Beziehungen, Atomabkommen 2015, Wiener Nuklearvereinbarung, JCPoA, Präsident Obama, Präsident Rohani, Präsident Biden, Präsident Raisi, Nuklearabkommen, Wiener Abkommen von 2015
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Ariatani Wolff (Author), 2021, Two-Level Diplomacy and U.S.-Iran Policy. A Case Study Report, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1127701

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