ResistanceEconomy in International Law

Shamseddin Jalili Piran, Mohammad Soleymani Dorche


In the present era, economyis the basis of wealth and power production and is the infrastructure of international relations in any country. Even countries that have weak political and military power are trying to improve their economic statusthrough appropriate international ties. This issue was of interest to the Islamic Republic of Iranand the countryconducted a lot of planning to achieve economic development, but economic sanctions were alwayshard obstacles to achieve this goal. The recent sanctions that were imposed by the United States and Europe, affecteda large part of the economy. However, the intelligent approach of the Supreme Leader inadoptingresistance economic strategy, not only did not reduce the growth of country's economy, but led togrowth and development ofinternal economic and promote positive interaction in the international arena. In this article we discuss the role of resistance economy in international law. To achieve this goal,first, a brief review of definitions and the pillars of resistance economy and its consequences are presented. Then the role of resistance economy in internalstable condition and in international law will be investigatedand challenges in adoptingresistance economy from the perspective of international law will be discussed.



resistance economy, sanctions, international, Iran

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