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1- kharazmi university
2- kharazmi university , kaviani75@yahoo.com
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 Water is a strategic and rare resource that has been severely limited in recent years due to various national and transnational variables and has severely affected the areas of security, stability, development and prosperity in countries. The high impact of water in the aforementioned areas has placed water at the center of foreign policy and hydropolitical relations of many countries, including South West Asia. In recent years, despite the issue of the water crisis and its role in the relations between Iran and Iraq in scientific, political and media circles, the dimensions of this issue remain unknown and different interpretations have been given. The current research, which is of a research nature and the required inputs were collected in a library method with the aim of obtaining a qualitative understanding of the dimensions and angles of the hydropolitical relations between Iran and Iraq, is based on the fact that, in addition to identifying the content and methodological features, the research gaps To identify the existing in this field with qualitative meta-analysis method. Using the qualitative meta-analysis method, this research has examined 34 researches conducted in the period of 2014-1402 in the form of domestic scientific-research articles, dissertations and articles in prestigious international journals. The results of the research showed that a comprehensive study has not been conducted that has investigated and analyzed the various dimensions of the hydropolitical relations between Iran and Iraq. In this regard, the lack of accurate and real data and the weakness of the theoretical-cognitive foundations of the research are among the shortcomings of the research conducted in the field of relations between the two countries.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Political geography
Received: 2023/10/23 | Accepted: 2024/02/13

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