In this Marine Corps University study, Michael Eisenstadt, director of the Institute's Military and Security Studies Program, details the strategic culture of the modern Iranian state and its operational and policy implications.
Middle East Studies at Marine Corps University has released the first volume of its MES Monograph Series, The Strategic Culture of the Islamic Republic of Iran: Operational and Policy Implications, written by Michael Eisenstadt, director of The Washington Institute's Military and Security Studies Program.
The series will focus on timely subjects with strategic relevance to policy analysts and the U.S. professional military education community. The first volume is an updated version of a presentation delivered by Mr. Eisenstadt as part of the 2010-2011 MES lecture series "Framing the Iranian Challenge."
For more on the series, or to request print copies, visit the MES website or contact MES senior associate Adam Seitz.