عنوان مقاله [English]
Following the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and, consequently, the collapse of the Soviet Socialist Republic, despite the temporary change in the positions and views of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Russia still retained its position. As a member of the Security Council, Russia has displayed a variety of positions following the start of the Iranian nuclear dispute and the opposition of Western and American governments to its expansion. Using the descriptive-analytical method and the library research method, we are looking to answer the main question: What were the views and positions of Russian foreign policy on Iran's nuclear case from the beginning to the end? And in response, Russia should consider Russia's foreign-policy-oriented tool and interest in its policy towards Iran. Operative politics based on the strategic opportunism of the gray position on the nuclear case in line with the West and the vote in favor of the Sixth Security Council resolutions are strongly opposed to Joining Iran to nuclear-weapon states and threats against Muslims in Central Asia Using Iran's card to play and win points from the West in relation to the Ukrainian crisis and sanctions against Russia, and propose itself as an important decision-maker in the Middle East Prolonging the case Iran's nuclear weapons and arms sales are in fact the best Has taken advantage of this.