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How Iran Use Terrorism and Hostage-Taking as Tools of Diplomacy


In the realm of global politics, the efficacy of a nation’s diplomacy is commonly assessed through measures such as negotiation skills, peaceful conflict resolution, and international cooperation. However, Iran’s regime has forged an unorthodox path, intertwining diplomacy with a dark underbelly of terrorism and hostage-taking. This dual-faced approach not only challenges established norms of international discourse but also raises profound concerns about the regime’s intentions and impact on regional stability. Unlike conventional diplomatic efforts, where skillful negotiators aim to find common ground, Iran’s strategy appears rooted in unsettling actions that serve its own interests. This strategy is perhaps most evident…

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