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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this Marine Corps monograph features a paper on finding measured responses that the United States can employ to engage the Islamic Republic of Iran based on the tit for tat strategy of game theory.
The June 2013 presidential election in Iran accompanies a broad optimistic tone for rapprochement in the long standing contested relationship between the United States and Tehran. Despite the change in presidency, however, over three decades of historic precedence endure while mistrust and frustration between the two nations run deep. With detailed analysis of the numerous diplomatic, economic, and military engagements between the countries, Major Brad Fultz (USMC) provides insight into the story behind the headlines, furnishing the reader with a snapshot of the various events since 1979 that have combined to create the problematic situation between Tehran and Washington. Major Fultz traces the past thirty-three years of U.S.-Iran relations following an action/counter-action theme and proposes a policy paradigm for engaging the Islamic Republic in the future.