Corruption in the Administrative System of Naseri Era from the Point of View of Japanese Diplomats
Mahjabeen Ahmadi Khoy, Amir Reza Ahmadi
Analytic and basic reports of the diplomats and special envoys of the countries from the lands with which they intend to establish or develop ties have always been one of the first hand sources of understanding the politico-social conditions of the countries. Japanese diplomats and itinerary writers as few groups from East Asia have tried to evaluate the conditions of Iran from their own perspectives in order determine the pattern according to which they have to establish ties with this country. These diplomats have provided their own basic report indicating a set of factors including the corruption of administrative and army systems, weakness of educational system, lack of harmony between the clergy and government as well as the failure of the plans of social and economic reforms in Iran that must be taken into consideration in relations with this country. The present study has sought to explore the state of corruption in the administrative system of Naseri Era based on a descriptive method and via library sources and the analysis of available basic reports.