عنوان مقاله [English]
There are little comparative studies which have been conducted on the behavioral characteristics of major revolutions in the field of diplomacy and foreign policy. These revolutions, which are extremely exceptional and rare phenomena, develop certain critical tendencies and reactions to the international system and the rules governing the foreign policy of states that originate from their ideological or ideological foundations. Meanwhile, diplomacy and the existing diplomatic rules and norms are challenged by regimes which rise from the great revolutions, and they act against diplomatic conventions. The present study aims to explore how these orientations and actions and in its efforts to discover the mechanism of these behaviors, and seeks to discover and deduce similarities and parallels in the actions of the great revolutions in challenging diplomatic systems in the foreign arena and the structures of its diplomacy system inside the interior. The findings of this study show that all major revolutions have shown relatively similar behaviors in challenging the existing diplomatic rules and in restructuring of their foreign policy and diplomacy system. Indeed, the regimes of the great revolutions openly declare their views and goals about making fundamental changes in the principles of their foreign policy and their complete departure from the policies and behavior of the former regime.