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We are looking for, in this research, understanding and explaining macro goals and political and economical interactions of the Russia to the West influencing its foreign policy behavior toward the I.R. of Iran's nuclear case. The principal question is: how the Russian foreign policy macro goals and the interests of relations to the West influence its foreign policy behavior toward the I.R. of Iran's nuclear case? The hypotheses: continuing the Soviet/Russia historical view to Iran for weakening this country from one part, and to prevent western influence in Iran from other part, have affected the macro goals of Russian foreign policy especially in some efforts to acquire the interest of profit-oriented cooperation and interaction and three interactive zones to the West including economy, energy pipe lines, weapons control and the Missile Defense Shield. These macro goals and transformations of the Arabic Middle East and Syria have affected Russian foreign policy behavior to "A Limited Multilateral Diplomacy" toward the I.R. of Iran's nuclear case.
In this article, we have chosen the neorealist theory for studying and understanding some factors of the macro levels of influencing foreign policy behavior of the States. The explanatory and analytical methodology of this article based on collection and deduction of classified variables and explanation of the relations between them to access an appropriate analytical pattern utilizing the study of especial texts linked to present research subject.