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According to the present evidence, Iran’s nuclear conflict has always continued and expanded. It seems that the main theories of international relations are able to provide a relatively precise explanation about the concept of “conflict”, particularly Iran’ nuclear conflict. In this article, the authors have tried to illustrate that the US and the West focus on neo-realist approach a general and eternal orientation in international conflicts, including Iran nuclear conflict. While in it nuclear conflict with the West particularly with the US, the Islamic Republic of Iran has tried to use tactically neoliberal components and claims for formation of its negotiation. Of course, this claim does not mean that the Islamic Republic of Iran is following liberal and neoliberal theories in its foreign policy. This article tries to explain the difference between neo-realism and neo-liberalism in international conflicts, and examine the US and West’s approaches on the one hand and Iran’s ones on the other.