عنوان مقاله [English]
With the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979, cultural and social challenges between Iran and the West were transferred to the level of the established political system. Accordingly, the Islamic Republic of Iran, through the activation of its non-alignment strategy towards colonial powers in international politics, and the denial of any kind of dominance and submission shaped a new foreign policy. Global developments, especially after the collapse of the Eastern Block and the end of the Cold War, led to the creation of a new world order. The main problem is that, in the new world order, the costs of pursuing the ideals of the Islamic Revolution and its resulting system gradually increased. Since there are different analyses about the future of the world order, each of which has its theoretical foundations and its strategic implications, the main question of this article is which analysis of the world order, while loyal to the goals and ideals of the Islamic Revolution, can lead us to a relative mutual understanding with the West and to reduce the costs of current conflict and confrontation. The hypothesis of this article is that the explanation of the world order based on the theoretical approach of critical hermeneutics provides the appropriate strategic means to reduce the cost of the system while preserving the ideal values of the Islamic revolution. The findings of this descriptive-analytical research show that the adoption of an epistemological approach to emancipatory hermeneutics makes it possible to formulate coordinated strategic policies in different aspects of challenges between Iran and the West.