1 دانشیار علوم سیاسی دانشگاه تهران
2 دانشجوی کارشناسی ارشد دانشگاه بیرجند
عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic Revolution of Iran, as "the first and greatest religious revolution of the twentieth century," could led to the collapse of the theoretical and structural system at the national, regional and global levels. The Islamic Revolution of 1979, with Islamic nature and global reflections, has tried to transform itself into a trans-regional revolutionary model to become and influential environment for Muslim countries and non-Muslims ones alike. Therefore, the present study is based on the theory of dissemination, which is a theoretical model suitable for the reflection of transnational revolutions, and has asked the question “which of the Islamic countries has received the most influence from the Islamic Revolution of Iran?” The hypothesis of this study is that Afghanistan is the first country among the Islamic countries that has received the most impact from the Islamic Revolution of Iran. The results indicate that, in addition to internal factors, the interference of regional and trans-regional powers has been one of the main obstacles to the Islamic Revolution of Iran's influence in Afghanistan. Recent developments and in particular the escalation of the presence of US troops in Afghanistan, add to the veracity of this claim, and according to the writers of the article, these sabotages continue and foreigners will never stop disesteeming the Islamic Revolution’s façade in Afghanistan.