States, Culture and Identity Movement in Chaos Geopolitics

Document Type : Original Article


Assistant Professor of Political Sciences, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran


Modern states generally to use conflict resolution mechanism for control the cultural and identical subjects. Profiling advisory is to eliminate racial and identity sensitivity in law and social enforcement. The analysis of the stop data that is collected and reported, however, is just one component of several elements that must be included. Some of the establishment sections responsibilities characterize a comprehensive approach to examining and understanding the role of race and identity in policing making. Analyzing data regarding complaints, state working with scholars and researchers to review and analyze the policies and practices relevant to racial and identity, trainings pertaining to racial and cultural differences, conducting and consulting evidence based research on bias, and law enforcement, community interactions and making policy recommendations to eliminate racial and identity process. Identity movements in the 21st century have been affected by proxy war and a new form of regional security systems. Regional governments in Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia are rebuilding their identities. Identity has become a new political force that can affect the processes of government action. Strong states have more limited challenges in the context of regional identity crises. Therefore, weak states and inefficient governments require security, competition models and security decisions. The main question in the article is that “regional patterns in the era of geopolitical chaos have a pattern in strategic decision making?” The hypothesis of the article is that “regional states need to increase power, structural correlations, and peripheral interactions in order to secure and coordination themselves.” In this article, Barry Buzan “strong states” approach is used. Strong states can control geopolitical challenges and provide social context for constructive engagement with other actors.


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