Iran, Persian Gulf, the Political Economy, and its Security Strategy
The Persian Gulf is the largest economic-political arena in Iran and the world's energy. Iran has its most benefits. Nearly all Iran's economy is connected to this sea and its activities. Examining the situation in Iran and considering this situation in strategic policies and using the regional geopolitical situation of the Persian Gulf are under the effect of some factors.These factors include oil and gas, Hormuz Strait, the commodity market and transportation, the presence of Western governments in military and security form, Historical identity conflicts, America's creating problems towards Iran's interests and its fear of Iran`s development goals and the fear that Iran may be a super power. The ultimate goal was to focus on the analysis of the state-oriented approach towards security and military issues and, especially the political economy of the Persian Gulf for Iran. The method of the study was library and analyzingthe available documents, which was finally confirmed. The governmental approach to the Islamic Republic of Iran was necessary for a military and security regime to protect its interests and to use these resources in development, advancement and economic independence.