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The Problem of Non-Proliferation Regime as Exemplified by Iran

Student: Ekaterina Fedosikhina

Supervisor: Maxim Bratersky

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Bachelor

Year of Graduation: 2014

This graduation work is aimed at studying the problem of non-proliferation regime exemplified by Iran. The course work will reflect the critical approach to the nuclear weapon,that is based on considering the Non-Proliferation Treaty and non-proliferation regime. Such internal and external factors as oil, global interdependence and interconnectedness, the politics of most influential countries as well as the criticisms of non-proliferation regime also will take place in this work. This implies examining the history of this country with a view to finding out the origins of the nuclear program and clarifying Iran’s intention to become the forefront of global politics. Writing this research will involve various instruments, starting from searching for relevant information to putting the instruments of institutional economy into practice. At the end of this work this critical approach is supposed to generate possible strategies of countries in the world affairs in relation to Iran’s non-proliferation regime and its nuclear weapon.

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